Canon 6D Mark II vs Nikon D750

Canon 6D Mark II vs Nikon D750

Canon 6D Mark II vs Canon 750D – A quite excited comparison you have infront of you. Though both are Full-Frame DSLR cameras but still there are some key differences in the specifications of both cameras that show you everything. Just like, Canon 750D is behind of 6D Mark II in Megapixels race plus Canon 6D Mark II has latest Image processing engine that helps in rapid processing and lowlight photography. Canon 6D Mark II has expandable ISO range of 102400.

Feature/Models Canon 6D Mark II
Nikon D750
Megapixel 26.2 megapixels
24.3 Megapixel
Sensor size Full frame (36 x 24 mm) Full frame (36 x 24 mm)
Image processor Digic 7
Expeed 4
Low pass Filter Yes Yes
AF system Contrast detect+ Phase detect Contrast Detect+ Phase detect
AF points 45 51 points
ISO 50-102400 100-51200
Shutter speed   1/4000
Image Stabilization 5-axis (Video section)  No
Continuous shooting speed  6.5fps 6.5fps
Video Full HD@60fps 1080p @ 60 fps
Display 3″ Vari-Angle LCD
3.2″ Rear Screen Tilting  LCD (1,229,000)
Hot shoe  Yes  Yes
Wireless Built-in Built-In
Environmentally sealed yes yes
Battery life 1230 shots
Weight 765g 750 g
Size 144 x 110.5 x 74.8 mm 141 x 113 x 78 mm

Image quality

Both have full-frame sensors at the heart, but Canon 6D Mark II is getting much considerations because it has Full frame 26.2 megapixel CMOS image sensor and new Digic 7 image processing engine for fast frame rates (6.5fps). So we expect Canon 6D Mark II will surely give you stellar sharp images with larger details. On the other hand, you can see that both have the full frame senso but D750 has larger pixels area that means it will able to capture maximum amount of light so lowlight performance of D750 is expected to be better than that of 6D Mark II.

AF points

Dual Pixel CMOS AF system inside 6D Mark II creates big difference – a sensor-based, phase detection Auto Focus (AF) technology provides smooth, high-performance focus tracking in movies and fast autofocus acquisition when shooting still photos in Live View mode. On the other hand, both have Hybrid AF system (Contrast + Phase) to give you quick and precise Auto focusing, but 6D Mark II implements 45 AF points, whereas Nikon D750 has 51. Nikon D750 has 15 cross type AF points whereas 6D MK II has all cross type 45-AF points Canon 6D Mark II enables precise AF tracking, even during 6.5 fps high speed continuous shooting. However, 51 AF points of Nikon D750 gives photographers a variety of focus configurations to choose according to the shooting situations.


Canon 6D Mark II offers an expandable ISO range of 102400 with base ISO 40000. So when you require more sensitivity then 6D Mark II is obviously a great option infront of you that lets flexible shooting at lowlight. On the other side, D750 offers an expandable ISO range of 51200 only.

Image Stabilization

5-axis I.S for video sections in 6D Mark II helps the photographers get crisp and blur free Videos means even if you record the scenes moving here and there, no problem! The 5-axis I.S greatly suppresses the appearance of shakes arise due to movement.


Both camera features Video at 60fps, but the biggest advantage of  Canon 6D Mark II is support of DPAF which enables blazing fast AF speed while recording a video.


Nikon D750 features a tradtional contrast detect AF system where as the Canon 6D Mark II features DPAF sensor which enables blazing fast AF while recording still or shooting a video. Despite of having a high resolution sensor the Canon 6D Mark II features better ISO range compared to the Nikon D750 camera. If we compare the phase AF module of the camera then Nikon D750 do have slight advantage over it.

Overall the Canon 6D Mark II specs are better then the waiting to be replaced Nikon D750 camera, I my opinion you should go with Canon 6D Mark II camera.


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