Canon’s long awaited 6D Mark II is a huge upgrade, but it’s missing 4K video
Canon updates two of its camera listings today with the announcement of the new 6D Mark II and Rebel SL2. Both look like new solid cameras – the 6D especially because it was planned for longer than these are rumors. But they still lack one of the most requested features: 4K video.
The 6D Mark II $ 1,999 is monitoring the Canon 6D of 2012, an older brother to climb a little cheaper and a little less capable of popular series of Canon 5D. It was a long wait, but judging by the specs, the wait could be worth it when the 6D Mark II goes on sale in July.
MUST WAIT, but Mark II 6D can take the POWER advantage
Almost everything has been updated from the sixth to the second, as you are likely to wait.
It features a new 26.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and uses some of the company’s most advanced internal components, such as the DIGIC 7 image processor. The high-end native ISO range increased to 40,000 from 32,000, which is good , Because the original was already a light 6D light.
The 6D Mark II also uses Canon’s ultra-fast AF-AF pixel AF system and now has 45 cross-point autofocus points, one step not the smallest of the 6D. A relatively fast frame rate of 6.5 frames per second is triggered, but there is a short track: the maximum burst is 21 frames for RAW pictures and 150 frames for JPEG.
Canon has made the rear touch screen 3 inches LCD, and the panel also pivots on the side. But 6D Mark II is also weather-resistant, tied with the seal found on the more expensive 5D Mark IV, according to the canon.
Inside, you will find Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth and GPS radios. Canon has done this by adding a few grams of the original 6D weight. In other words, it is a completely modern digital SLR camera – something that the relatively old 6D has not been for years.
The SL2 $ 549 rebel is a substantial improvement for the popular Canon camera that was announced years ago. It has a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and also uses the DIGIC 7 and Dual Pixel AF. The SL2 gains a rotating touch screen, and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC.
If you are interested in using the 6D Mark II or Rebel SL2 video, however, know that both have 1080p at 60 frames per second. There is no 4K video here.