Hands on: Canon EOS R6 Mark II review

Hands on: Canon EOS R6 Mark II review

If the Canon EOS R6 Mark II were an animal, it would pack teeth like switchblades, razor-sharp claws, a venom pouch, and the foot speed to hunt down anything stupid enough to draw its attention.

Although the Canon EOS R6 Mark II is almost a top to bottom improvement over the original Canon EOS R6 (opens in new tab)on the last point, it manages to surpass even the mighty Canon EOS R3 (opens in new tab) – with an amazing continuous shooting speed of 40 fps. (This actually beats both the Sony A1 (opens in new tab) and the Nikon Z9 (opens in new tab)(also, if you don’t count the Z9 cheat by taking 11MP photos.)

Still, the Canon EOS R6 Mark II is about more than just speed. From its full-width, 6K upsampled video to the all-new 24.2MP sensor to the ability to pre-record both stills and video so you don’t miss a microsecond of the action, this is the most fully loaded mid-range camera on the market.

Pre-production of Canon EOS R6 Mark II + Canon RF 28-70mm f/2L (1/1000 sec, f/2, ISO2000) (Image credit: James Artaius)

Canon EOS R6 Mark II: Specifications

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