Canon EOS 6D
Estimated Street Price: $2,099 (body only)
The big pentaprism viewfinder shows 97% of the actual image area, and the 3-inch LCD monitor provides easy live viewing. The compact (for a full-frame DSLR) body measures 5.7x4.4x2.8 inches and weighs 24 ounces. There's no built-in flash, but there's a hot-shoe for dedicated E-TTL II Speedlites.
A built-in GPS receiver records latitude, longitude, elevation and Coordinated Universal Time as EXIF data for easy geotagging. The built-in Wi-Fi transmitter makes it easy to share photos and videos with wireless devices, and even operate the camera remotely via smartphone.
Video capabilities include 1080p at 30 and 24 fps and 720p at 60 fps in H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile (.MOV) form. You can choose between All-I (better for editing) or IPB compression (more minutes per MB), and Rec Run (during shooting only) or Free Run (full-time) embedded timecoding. Sound is mono via a built-in microphone or stereo via an optional external mic.
Like all full-frame EOS cameras, the 6D can use all Canon EF lenses, which currently range from an 8-15mm fish-eye zoom and a 14mm wide-angle to an 800mm supertelephoto. (It can't use EF-S lenses, which were designed specifically for the smaller APS-C sensors and vignette if used on a full-frame camera.)
STANDOUT FEATURE: Canon's most affordable full-frame DSLR boasts built-in Wi-Fi and GPS.