Canon 6D Mark II is exceptionally well Full-Frame DSLR camera but is it ready to challenge the real world lighting situations? DPREVIEW recently reviewed this Canon 6D Mark II camera and said the Full-Frame camera comes with numerous improvements over its predecessor, but shockingly, didn’t manage to clear the cut-off of Dynamic range offered by Nikon D750 and Sony A7 II (Which are due for an upgrade). If we take a look at the entire review of Canon 6D Mark II, then its very expensive Dual Pixel AF system takes it to the safe place that is astoundingly fabulous to shoot video or stills in Live View. Interestingly, Canon 6D Mark II produces largely detail and sharp images in any shooting condition.
Canon 6D mark II specifications detail
- New 26MP CMOS full-frame sensor with Dual Pixel AF
- 1080/60p video capture with in-lens + digital stabilization
- 45-point all-cross-type AF system
- Dual Pixel AF for both stills and video capture
- ISO 100-40,000 (expandable to 102,400)
- 6.5 fps continuous shooting (4.5 fps in Live View)
- 3″ fully articulating touchscreen
- Wi-Fi w/NFC and Bluetooth
- Built-in GPS
Here is what Dpreview says:
The 6D II falls too far short for us to recommend it over the competition, and therefore it doesn’t merit our highest awards.
Click here to see the specification difference of Canon 6D Mark II and Nikon D750
Via – dpreview