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Promotional video leaked for the Canon EOS M6 Mark II

As what has been long expected, it's actually surprising how accurate the older rumors were for the camera. Canon Rumors leaked the promotional video for the M6 Mark II.  With this Canon video we can see that the core specifications are quite impressive;

  • 32.5mp APS-C Sensor (Dual Pixel AF)
  • DIGIC 8
  • 14fps
  • RAW burst to 30fps
  • Up to ISO 26500
  • Eye detect AF
  • AF capable down to -5 EV
  • 4K video
  • FullHD at 120fps
  • Removeable OLED viewfinder
  • Includes RAW preshooting (starts to take pictures before you press the shutter button)

Also from the screen captures, we see the dial layout on the top of the camera has changed, and the M6 Mark II adopts the M5's DIAL FUNC control which is extremely useful.

The back of the M6 Mark II contains a physical AF/MF switch which is new, and a AF on button, AE lock, and AF mode selection. One thing that was a deal-breaker for me on the M6 original body, was the lack of touch and drag AF, which the M6 Mark II now supports when the optional viewfinder is attached.  The M6 Mark II also inherits the more advanced wifi which allows the camera to send pictures in the background to a smartphone as you take them.

It's looking like a very impressive update from the M6, and it makes me wonder what exactly the M5 Mark II is going to have in it as a flagship.



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