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Canon EOS 6D Mark II full specifications leaked

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Full Specifications Leaked
The Canon EOS 6D Mark II

Here is the features and specifications list for the upcoming Canon EOS 6D Mark II.

  • 26.2MP (total number of pixels: 27.1 million pixels)
  • DIGIC 7
  • 45 points AF, all cross type
  • Dual pixel CMOS AF
  • 7560 pixels RGB + IR metering sensor
  • Viewfinder 98%
  • Viewfinder magnification: 0.71x
  • Burst rate 6.5 fps (up to about 4fps when servo AF is set for Live View shooting)
  • Standard ISO: 100 – 40000 (extended ISO: 50 [L], 51200 [H 1], 102400 [H 2])
  • Shutter speed: 1/4000 to 30 seconds, Valve, strobe synchronized maximum shutter speed 1/180 second
  • Video: Full HD 60p, HD 60p
  • 5 Axis Electronic Image Stabilization
  • 4K time lapse movie
  • Anti-flicker technology
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity
  • GPS
  • Electronic level
  • Battery: LP-E6N / LP-E6
  • Battery lasts for approx. 1200 pictures (when using the viewfinder)
  • Media: SD / SDHC / SDXC card (UHS-I card compatible)
  • Size: 144.0 x 110.5 x 74.8 mm
  • Weight: 685 g (body only), 765 g (including battery and SD card)
  • Kit lens (overseas): “EF 24 – 70 mm F4L IS USM”, “EF 24 – 105 mm F 4 L IS II USM”, “EF 24 – 105 mm F 3.5 – 6 IS STM”

Very nice specifications. The EOS 6D Mark II is an allrounder, a DSLR that offers great flexibility and performance for both videographers and still photographers. Reminds me the Canon EOS 80D in some way, a sort of  Jack of all Trades but with a full-frame sensor. I am pretty sure the EOS 6D Mark II is going to be another bestseller, especially if the $1,999 price gets confirmed. Kudos Canon.

Marketing-wise, we heard that the EOS 6D Mark II will be touted as the world’s lightest full-frame DSLR with a vari-angle display.

Announcement expected for June 28 or 29, 2017. Stay tuned!

[via Nokishita]
  • Dima135

    The announcement is now not interesting. It remains to wait for the tests. Especially the sensor tests. I think that the dynamic range curve will be very close to 5d4 and 1dx2, but it’s not certain, because for example, earlier Canon released 6d with better sensor than 5d3. At the same time, now the interval between the announcements 5d and 6d, even longer. If the canon has new technologies, then we have a hope that progress will not be sacrificed for the sake of the 5d4

    • CW Steve

      I am pretty sure the EOS 6D Mark II has a newly developed sensor.

      • Dima135

        I want to belive in this too. I’m planning to update my 5d2 in this or next season and points on the side of 6d2 will be very handy. It will be good if I can save 1200-1500$ .And I really do not want move to N

  • ThomasH

    Shows a great promise. I liked the 6D and I kept her for quite a long time. The understanding for the ergonomics was perfect: The Few Buttons design. 6D2 keeps it, and provides the movable LCD display, while keeping the size and weight. Since I like available low light photography, I am curious and hopeful that the 6D2 will focus in -3EV, if not in -4EV as well.

  • andyfish

    no high speed strobe sync! 1/180 sec! Not even yesterday’s technology. i’m sorry but that is not good enough. years behind sony and nikon.

    • JetLi

      i own a 6D but there is absolutely nothing interesting enough to update.

      i rather buy a sony A7 i addition to the canon.

      the A7 could work well as a travel camera.
      problem for canon.. i spend my “lens money” on sony lenses, not canon lenses.
      and in the future i might decide to get rid of my canon glas altogether.

      and i bet i am not alone.

      the 5D Mk4 was a disappointment already.
      i was ready to upgrade if it was a big step over the 5D MK3.
      now i still have the money in my bank account…

      • andyfish

        I’m a 6d owner too – to upgrade to 6D2 would have to be a bigger leap than currently described. It will be interesting to read the reviews, but Canon need to stop playing the positioning game, i.e. limiting the features so that it doesn’t impact on something higher up the range.

  • Vincent

    No articulated screen?

    • wximagery

      Yes, It does have an articulating screen.

  • wximagery

    Two things I’m still curious about:

    1) Dynamic range
    2) -3 EV focus?

  • Patrick Giranthon

    5Dmark iii was 11.7ev, 6d 12.1. Mark iv is 13.7ev. Let’s bet on 14.0ev :)

  • Jogi

    2k is too much. Sony a7II offers all these features + image stabilisation but in much smaller body and for much better price

  • JetLi

    oh boy is that a boring update…..

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