Nikon D610 and D750 vs Canon EOS 6D Mark II Comparison

February 2019

These are all DSLR cameras around 25 megapixels and priced similarly (with the 6D and D750 on deep discount). The 6D is 7 years old while the D610 is 11 years old. The D750 is 10 years old. Read on to see how these cameras compare.


The 6D has a 26 megapixel sensor while the D610 and D750 have a 24 megapixel one. All are full-frame.

Card Slot

The D610 and D750 have two SDXC card slots each. The 6D has one SDXC card slot.

File Formats

All models support JPEG and 14-bit RAW images.


The D610 has spot, matrix and center-weighted metering with the D750 adding highlight-weighted. The 6D has evaluative (matrix), partial, spot and center-weighted metering. The D750 has the advantage here.

View Finders

The 6D has a viewfinder with 96% coverage. The D610 and D750 have 100% coverage.


The 6D has a 1040k-dot 3 inch fully articulating TFT touchscreen LCD monitor. The D610 has a 921k-dot 3.2 inch fixed TFT LCD monitor. The D750 has a 1229k-dot 3.2 inch tilting TFT LCD monitor.


Both support 30s-1/4000th sec. shutter speeds. The 6D is rated for 100,000 actuations while the D610 and D750 are rated for 150,000 actuations.

Autofocus System

The 6D has 45 focus points with up to 45 being cross type.

The D610 has 39 focus points with 9 cross type.

The D750 has 51 focus points with 15 cross type.

All three have phase detect AF, but the D750 and D610 use contast detect AF in Live View while the 6D uses Dual Pixel AF.


The 6D has GPS built-in. The D610 and D750 require a GPS accessory.


The 6D has WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC built-in. The D610 requires the WU-1b wireless adapter. The D750 has WiFi built-in.

ISO Sensitivity

The rated native ISO sensitivity for the 6D is 100-40000, the D610 is 100-6400 and the D750 is 100-12800.


All cameras support up to 1080p (H.264) video, but the 6D and D750 are at 60 fps while the D610 is 30 fps. In video mode, the 6D uses Dual Pixel AF.


The 6D camera has no built-in flash. The D610 and D750 have a built-in flash that supports Nikon's wireless flashes in their Creative Lighting System.

The flash sync speed for the 6D is 1/180th sec.

The flash sync speed for the D610 is 1/200th sec. and Auto FP High-Speed sync is supported.

The flash sync speed for the D750 is 1/200th sec. and Auto FP High-Speed sync is supported.


6D: 6.5 fps

D610: 6 fps

D750: 6.5 fps

Dimensions (W x H x D)

6D: 5.67 x 4.35 x 2.94 in.

D610: 5.6 x 4.4 x 3.2 in.

D750: 5.6 x 4.5 x 3.1 in.


6D: 765g (1 lb. 11 oz.) w/battery and memory card.

D610: 850g (1 lb. 14 oz.) w/battery and memory card.

D750: 840g (1 lb. 13.7 oz.) with battery and memory card.

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