Canon announced the launch of the new APS-C size micro monocular camera – EOS M6 Mark II. The new M6 Mark II street maintains the advantages of a compact and lightweight body, while at the same time improving performance.
The 32.5 megapixel CMOS image sensor is equipped with the DIGIC 8 image processor for high-speed, high-quality image quality. Canon said that the Canon EOS M6 Mark II maintains the advantages of a compact and lightweight body, but its performance is greatly improved.
In the RAW continuous shooting mode, the electronic shutter can be used to achieve up to 30 amazing frames per second in the AF tracking mode. Shooting speed, you can shoot about 80 photos at a time, and the whole continuous shooting process can be completed silently.
This big upgrade is the first time to be added to the EOS model, allowing users to capture more difficult to record in the past. The continuous shooting mode also adds a pre-shooting function, the camera can record images about 0.5 seconds before the shutter button is fully pressed, and this function will be further improved when facing the subject of unpredictable high-speed motion shooting.
With a success rate of shooting, users can also achieve a continuous shooting speed of up to 14 frames per second in single-shot AF or servo autofocus mode with dual-pixel CMOS AF technology with high focus tracking performance.
In addition, the EOS M6 Mark II has a 32.5 megapixel CMOS image sensor with a DIGIC 8 image processor for high-speed, high-quality imagery with dual-pixel CMOS AF technology with up to 5481 focus points.
Eye-detecting autofocus in servo focus mode; the EOS M6 Mark II combines excellent portability and high image quality, while further meeting the latest needs of users in terms of speed, movie shooting, and operability.