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Canon EOS 6D prices in Malaysia

Designed to be superior in all aspects, the formidable Canon EOS 60D camera has been built to unleash your inner creativity effortlessly. Read more about Canon Malaysia EOS 60D here to find out.

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Canon EOS 6D Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 16,209,000
Malaysia MYR 5,690
Philippines PHP 58,500
Singapore SGD 1,844
Thailand THB 39,900
Vietnam VND 24,000,000

About Canon EOS 6D Malaysia

Canon Malaysia EOS 6D - Creating Legendary Vision

Recognizing the need to push the boundaries of innovation so that its customers can experience even more, Canon designs the compact Canon EOS 6D that is the epitome of combining seemingly contrasting concepts of portability and performance. Such marriage is possible, thanks to ingenuity of Canon designers who take the feedback from its customers seriously and then adapt them into this beautiful camera. Cannon EOS 6D also features ISO setting that can be set manually or automatically.

Sturdy & Solid Frame

It is really not surprising when reviewers and users alike cite this Canon camera as being practical. Owing to its smaller frame, you can carry it comfortably as it is light and compact. Aside from making it easy for you to pack your gear in your bag, you will experience better handling of your camera which allows for more comfortable and firmer grip of holding the camera during taking picture. In other words, it provides great balance and as there is relatively few camera models that take ergonomic into consideration.

With such advantage, you will be inspired to take impressive and stunning photos because it eliminates any form of unnecessary hindrances that can limit your passion.Designed to be simple to use, Canon EOS 6D gives out a lot of awesome stuffs that can make the real difference when taking pictures. Knowing how to make the most of its brilliant features will definitely polish your photos to be more impressive.

Always Making It Happen

The Canon EOS 6D is an awesome tool that can help enrich your journey in the world of photography. Another great feature of Canon EOS 6D is that it has the useful Programmed Auto Exposure. Basically, this feature enables your Canon camera to select the required shutter speed and aperture in exposing the picture correctly. Additionally, you can alter the exposure in order to get the type and style of picture that you want.

Your Canon EOS 6D also can be adjust when it comes to metering a scene in order to gauge the exposure that you want. In the first glance, this Canon camera contains the following functions such as evaluative (default), partial (meters a small area), center-weighted average (emphasizing the center while metering the whole scene) and spot (meters a small area more accurately). As a result, you will be able to get a properly exposed image with much precision.

Taking Your Shot With Canon Malaysia EOS 6D

A truly simple yet sophisticated device, Canon EOS 6D will change your way and approach of taking picture as it is well-connected and possesses great functions that make your life a lot easier. Only then, are you able to focus and concentrate in taking the picture with your exact specifications. Recommended for beginners and enthusiasts alike, Canon EOS 6D really provides that what you will normally expect for its price. If you want to know other Canon camera models, you should take a look at Canon DSLR cameras.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-02-10
Despite being only a teensy bit smaller than its rival the Nikon D600, the Canon feels more compact and less dressed for action – whether that's a good or bad thing is up to you. The 11-point autofocus may sound sorely lacking compared to the 39-pointer o...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-02
2012 is certainly the year of full-frame cameras, from the Sony Cyber-shot RX1 to the Nikon D600 and the Canon EOS 6D. Both Nikon and Canon's cameras are the first in a new category of DSLRs: 'Entry-level' full-frame DSLR cameras that, while aren't exacti...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-15
Read on for our original review, written in 2013.The 6D's 20-megapixel sensor is marginally the lowest resolution of these five cameras, but that's still enough for A3 prints at 300dpi. The flip side is that noise levels are slightly lower than from the 5...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-14
Having spent some time working with the camera on a two week family trip to rural Portugal, I am now in a position to give a more authoritative review of the 6D. Though I am not in the camp of moaners who say `why hasn't it got this' or `the Nikon xxx is...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-08
This roundup contains the majority of current full-frame camera offerings available. Full-frame cameras have image sensors as large as a frame of 35mm film...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-08
This roundup contains the majority of current full-frame camera offerings available. Full-frame cameras have image sensors as large as a frame of 35mm film...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-14
The Canon EOS 6D is Canon's first DSLR with both built-in GPS and built in WiFi. No more having to plug in (and pay for) accessory modules, it's all right there in the camera. In addition the EOS 6D has an AF system capable of operating in lower light tha...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-24
Canon vs Nikon: which DSLR system is best? A question that has frustrated many of the world's greatest philosophers and may even have troubled the UN… Our in-depth comparison examines each system's cameras, lenses, key features and much more.Who makes the...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Canon's first affordably-priced D-SLR with a 35mm-sized sensor is rather more conservative than its Nikon rival, but there's still a whole lot to like and it dazzles with its imaging performance. There was a saying about London buses that you'd wait ag...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
The new category of more affordable D-SLRs with 35mm-sized sensors is primarily aimed at amateurs, but they're also good news for professionals. Taking a hit on obsolete digital cameras has been a fact of life for working photographers, the downside o...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
Now that Canon has two semi-professional full-frame cameras, the EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 6D, naturally photographers wonder which is the best model for them. As a former Technical Editor of EOS Magazine the best magazine Canon owners could possible buy I ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-25
Lisa Gade reviews the Canon EOS 6D full frame DSLR camera with Canon L 24-105mm f/4 kit lens. This is Canon's most affordable full frame digital SLR camera, and it's priced similarly to the full frame entry level competition from Nikon and Sony while also...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-17
As a non-professional still photographer, my opinion is that the Canon 6D takes great still photos. That will conclude the still-photography portion of this review. Since this is StudioDaily, I will now consider the Canon 6D strictly as a video camera.I g...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-25
Which full-frame DSLR from Canon is the best choice for your needs? In their latest guest post the photo management and Canon Project1709 experts at Photoventure weigh the pros and cons of each in their Canon EOS 5D Mark III vs 6D comparison.The Canon EOS...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-27
You'll get cracking shots from the wide assortment of manual controls, some of which can be controlled by WiFi and GPS comes as standard too.A flash needs to be purchased separately as there isn't one builtin, the viewfinder falls a little short and HD video is not all it should be
If you're keen to get stuck into a more challenging level of photography then the Canon EOS 6D is an ideal camera to consider, particularly if you're interested in pursuing landscape and portrait work, or taking it with you on your travels. This is mainly...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-03
Solid build, Builtin WiFi and GPS, Extremely lightUsing the jog dial is uncomfortable for moving the focus points, 11point AF system feels archaic with only one cross type point and relatively small frame coverage, Single SD card slot
The Canon 6D is the “cheaper” full-frame offering from the company, bringing the number of full frame cameras the company offers to three. The 6D is at the bottom of the rung, with the Canon 5D MarkIII in second spot and the Canon 1Dx at the very top. Thi...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-26
Excellent image quality, Great low light/high ISO capabilities, Fullframe shooting at an "affordable" price, Builtin WiFi and GPS, Good performance overall, Sophisticated feature set for the priceNo builtin flash, Single SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot (vs. Nikon D600's dual card slot), Slightly soft images on default settings (depending on lens used)
The 6D is well-built and although not quite as sturdy or weatherproof as its more expensive siblings, the camera holds up under heavy use indoors and out. A nice-sized, contoured grip provides a comfortable and solid handhold for this 26.7 ounce (with ba...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-04
With the 20.2-megapixel EOS 6D, Canon has created a smaller, lighter and less expensive full-frame digital SLR for prosumer photographers. In many ways, the well-designed 6D is a mini 5D Mark III for the rest of us...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-03
Image quality, Full frame sensor, Built in wifi, Built in GPSLimited autofocus points, No builtin flash
In this review Specs and features Stills performance Still life test Video performance Verdict Canon's DSLR line-up is becoming increasingly busy. As well as the so-called 'beginners' range, which now comprises four traditional DSLRs and the mirrorless...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-26
Cameras with a full frame sensor (36 - 24 mm) are still not commonplace, especially not among amateur photographers. This is not because the technology is so new (Canon EOS 1Ds: September 2002), but because the price (> 2500 euros) is a proper threshold f...
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