Nikon D600 vs. Canon 6D real life performance

 

By Posted 20 Feb 2013, 23:28

Towards the end of last year the Nikon D600 and Canon 6D had their release, and these entry-level full-frame DSLR cameras had to prove themselves. The former had the added advantage of being released 3 months sooner than the latter, but then knowing that the EOS 6D was waiting in the wings would have been enough to confuse those looking for a new camera.

If you are still in the market for one of these and are having a tough time deciding, then we hope that a video review showing you a real life performance test of the Nikon D600 vs. Canon 6D will help to persuade you which of the two will be the best buy?

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Nikon D600 vs. Canon 6D real life performance

Because both these camera will cost a lot of money it’s not worth viewing a 5 minute video review – well how on earth will you see just how good both these cameras are? The video above runs for just over 34 minutes and is not one of those excited young lads shouting out all the new features and how well each camera performs. The reviewer is slow and articulate, which makes it a pleasant video to watch.

Nikon D600 vs. Canon 6D

It’s a tough call to say that one is better than the other because as you will see both cameras have their pros and cons, although we have to point out that the price of the Canon 6D is far more expensive than the Nikon D600. Several people can look at this and say that one of these cameras is better than the other, but that does depend on the individual, as we know that we all look for different things in such a device.

However, it does look as though the D600 did fall at several hurdles, such as in low light conditions when not using its AF lamp. Having said that, the Nikon was able to redeem itself in several other tests. Overall the decision is yours, just hope that the video review above of the Nikon D600 vs. Canon 6D helps make your mind up?

Nikon D600 vs. Canon 6D real life performance

  • milo

    The Canon is actually much LESS EXPENSIVE than the Nikon. By several hundred dollars.