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Canon EOS 6D
ePHOTOzine has reviewed the full frame Canon EOS 6D – it’s Canon’s cheapest new full-frame camera, and features a 20.2 megapixel sensor, 4.5fps continuous shooting, 3inch screen, HDR shooting, and full HD video. Here’s what they had to say:

“For anyone looking to upgrade from an earlier Canon camera, the Canon EOS 6D delivers some of the latest features such as Wi-Fi, GPS, built in HDR shooting, and reasonably quick continuous shooting at 4.5fps. The camera feels extremely well built, and pleasantly compact and light-weight for a full-frame Digital SLR, making it an enjoyable experience to use.”

Read more Canon EOS 6D Reviews.

Sony Alpha A99
ePHOTOzine has reviewed the 24 megapixel full frame Sony Alpha A99 Digital SLR with Sony Translucent technology, a high resolution OLED electronic viewfinder, 6fps continuous shooting and continuous AF during video recording. It’s also weather sealed and has built in sensor-shift image stabilisation. Here’s what they had to say:

“The Sony Alpha A99 is literally packed with features with built in image stabilisation, GPS, high speed shooting, HDR modes, a high resolution OLED EVF, a tilting / swivelling 3 inch screen (unique in full frame DSLRs), electronic level, and weather sealed body to name just some of the features.”

Read more Sony Alpha A99 Reviews: DPReview, TechRadar

Canon EOS 1D X DSLR

Canon has announced the new Canon EOS 1D X – full frame Digital SLR – it features an 18 megapixel sensor, 12/14fps shooting, ISO up to 512,400, Full HD video, 3.2inch screen, dual DIGIC 5 processors, and ethernet port built in! Full press release at ePHOTOzine, and more information at Canon. The camera will be available in March next year with a “tentative” RRP of £5299 including VAT.

“The EOS-1D X combines speed with image quality, to create the next generation camera for professionals. Full frame 18 megapixel sensor with Dual “DIGIC 5+” processors sets the standard, and up to 12 frames per second shooting takes it beyond.”

Nikon D700 DSLR
The Nikon D700 is still one of the most affordable full frame Digital SLRs from Nikon, here are some of the latest reviews of the camera, including a long term review on ePHOTOzine, I’ve also updated the list of reviews below. The FX-format digital SLR Nikon D700 is a 12 megapixel full frame sensor Digital SLR with live view, ISO 200 to 6400, 5fps shooting, sensor cleaning, a 3″ VGA screen and more. The Nikon D700 DSLR is available for £1765 from Amazon UK:

“I switched camera systems because of the D700. I had tested it for the magazine I was working on at the time and grew so enamoured of it that I felt lost and empty when Nikon asked for the review sample back. It took me nanoseconds to decide to sell off my existing kit and take the plunge.”

More Nikon D700 DSLR Reviews: ePHOTOzine, ByThom, Nikonians, BeyondMegapixels, LetsGoDigital, Photocrati, Photocrati Comparison, DCResource, DPReview, The Online Photographer, Digital Camera Info, DPExpert, Photography BLOG, Ken Rockwell, Imaging Resource, Cameralabs, Trusted Reviews, Think Camera, Luminous Landscape, StillePhotographie, DPReview, Previews: DPReview