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      12-05-2012, 04:37 PM   #17
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Drives: 2012 135i
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Hongcouver Canada

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Originally Posted by enojgreb View Post
Just to put in my two cents. The main things to consider are:
- What lenses do you plan to use? Fullframe: go with 5d
- The 5d is more sturdy (more of the casing is metal) and the mechanical parts are rated for a lot more exposures. Do you need this?

I have no fullframe lenses and take less than 10000 photos a year, so I'd go with the 6d, and spent what I saved on good lenses. Good lenses, cheap camera > cheap lenses, good camera
Both the 5D and 6D are full frame. Its the 7D that isnt.

Great glass makes all the difference in image quality.