Looks familiar? It’s called the new EOS 6D Mark II and while it might look like a copy of the older version, Canon is certain that this successor to the versatile EOS 6D is something to ponder if your life is built around photography.
On the tail-end of June, Canon announced the EOS 6D Mark II, a DSLR camera with a 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor. Compact and lightweight, it is the very first EOS full-frame camera to be equipped with a Vari-angle monitor. The compact size of the EOS 6D, enhanced with 45 all cross-type AF pointsThe EOS 6D Mark II features a full-frame CMOS sensor with 26.2 effective megapixels, and is the successor to the EOS 6D. The latter had made its debut in December 2012 as the lightest full-frame EOS DSLR at the time and the first to feature Wi-Fi connectivity. Its successor comes enhanced with a touch-operable Vari-angle LCD rear monitor.