Canon EOS 6D Mark II - Hands On Review
Canon's 6D range provides an entry-level option into the world of full-frame Digital SLR photography and this new Mark II version further explores these possibilities. Low light photography is a real strength of this camera, thanks to a glorious 26.2mp Full-frame CMOS sensor and a remarkable top ISO of 40000. Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the DIGIC 7 processor and a 45 point cross-type AF system all combine to ensure you can quickly find the focus on an object and maintain this focus as you shoot. The extra-long battery life keeps you clicking for longer, while the vari-angle screen is perfect for discovering new exciting angles and making the most of the Full HD video mode of the Canon EOS 6D Mark II.
With the new Canon 6D Mark II it is now even easier to enter the world of high-quality full frame photography that rivals professional quality, without shelling out the funds that only a professional can afford. At the heart of this exciting new EOS body is a superb 26.2MP Full-Frame CMOS sensor that is sure to produce clear and detailed images right through to the top ISO of 40000, which is great news for low light enthusiasts. Finding and maintaining your focal point is second nature for the 6D Mark II, thanks to the arsenal of dual pixel AF, Canon's speedy DIGIC 7 processor and a 45-point cross type AF system.
It isn't just stills that you can excel at with the 6D Mark II, with a Full HD 60p video mode, which benefits from Touch AF and the subtle and speedy focus shifts made possible by Dual Pixel AF. For the more adventurous movie maker Canon have included in-camera 4K time lapse, so you can set your camera up on a tripod and go about creating your own visual masterpiece without being a master editor. For the framing of these movies and your stills, Canon has included a very versatile vari-angle LCD screen which is also touch sensitive. This is the first time a Full-Frame DSLR has had a vari-angle screen and it can really make shooting from tricky angles a fun and easy task.
- 26.2MP Full-Frame CMOS sensor
- Full HD 60P Videos
- Built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity
- 45-point cross-type AF system
- Vari-angle Touch LCD screen
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