A Review of the Canon EOS R6 Mark II Mirrorless Camera

The Canon EOS R5 signaled to the industry that Canon was deadly serious about the professional mirrorless space, but along with it came the EOS R6, which kept many of the former's most impressive capabilities without such a high-resolution sensor and features like 8K raw video, which the vast majority of professionals do not need. It was also significantly cheaper, making it quite the intriguing camera. Now, the second iteration, the EOS R6 Mark II, is here, and it brings with it a number of worthwhile improvements. This great video review takes a look at the performance you can expect from it. 

Coming to you from DPReview TV, this excellent video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R6 Mark II mirrorless camera. While the EOS R5 was and remains a very impressive camera, the EOS R6 (and now, the Mark II) is the more practical option for many photographers, especially those who do not need a 45-megapixel sensor and who might be bogged down by the increased storage and processing overhead needed for such files. And when you consider that you otherwise get the majority of the features from its big sibling at a much lower price, the EOS R6 Mark II looks like a real workhorse for a lot of applications. Check out the video above for the full rundown. 

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Alex Lancashire's picture

Had the R6 mk2 for about a month now and the weather has been too bad to use it outside. Had to content mysel with photgraphing the cats and the eggs on the kitchen work top. Egg pic taken with an adapted EF 24-105 L IS f/4 lens. Still enjoying the Rum Chris.