Most of us were patiently waiting for 6D Mark II’s DXO Mark test and finally they completed in sensor review this new Canon camera did tremendously well basically in color and ISO performance.
Canon 6D Mark II’s overall score is 85 and the areas where DXO Mark engineers are much delighted to provide points are: resolution boost, improved autofocus system, faster frame rate and touch-screen LCD. However, Canon 6D Mark II bravely scored 85, which is six points fewer than its own family member, Canon 5D Mark IV with 91.
Canon’s 6D proved a popular and affordable DSLR for serious-enthusiasts looking to step up to full frame, or pros after an affordable second body.
Five years on, it was crying out for an upgrade however, and the 6D Mark II’s resolution boost, improved autofocus system, faster frame rate and touch-screen LCD make it a more viable option in the modern market.
Its sensor performance continues the upward trend for Canon chips too, although it doesn’t quite hit the dizzy heights of Canon’s best sensor to date in the 5D Mark IV. This is a result of notably lower dynamic range recorded by the 6D Mark II at base ISO, which is a concern for photographers after the best image quality in good light. From ISO 800, dynamic range is much closer to the performance of semi pro rivals such as the Nikon D750 and Sony A7 II however, and with good color sensitivity at all settings and well-controlled noise the 6D Mark II lends itself better to low light photograph.
However, Canon 5D Mark IV has still been the superior camera from Canon that keeps its place remain safe at Top.
Canon 6D Mark II – Review and Recommendation