Here is a new Canon EOS R6 review. I am glad to see that there are increasingly more reviewers discussing the R6.
Gary Gough‘s Canon EOS R6 review on video below compares the images of the R6 with the EOS 5D Mark III. That might look a bit like apples to oranges but still it is interesting. Both are all around work horses, so something in common there is.
Here is a new Canon EOS R6 review. The little sibling of the more acclaimed EOS R5 doesn’t get all the attention it deserves.
Jared Polin posted his full Canon EOS R6 review, and wonders if the EOS R6 is the “ultimate hybrid mirrorless camera.
This is the Real World Review of the Canon EOS R6. After using this camera for a few months, I have to say it’s a fantastic option from Canon for photographers looking to get into the mirrorless camera world. Where the EOS R5 may be too expensive for some, the R6 falls into a much better price point…even if it’s still a few hundred more then I would like. The one thing the EOS R system needs, third party glass and more affordable RF lenses.
How does this lens perform, and how does it compare to its faster sibling, the Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS (which is also heavier and bulkier)? Photography Blog posted their exhaustive Canon RF 70-200mm f/4L IS review. From the conclusion:
[…] this is arguably the 70-200mm zoom that the majority of Canon EOS R-series camera owners should buy – it’s literally a better fit for the smaller R-series bodies than the F2.8, whilst costing considerably less.[…] It offers fantastic sharpness and image quality at the centre and edges of the frame throughout both the zoom and aperture ranges, from the widest aperture of F4 to the longest telephoto length of 200mm.[…] Auto-focusing proved to be very quick, accurate and reliable on the Canon EOS R6 camera that we tested the lens with, while the very effective optical image stabilisation system that’s worth up to 5-stops on its own worked even better when paired with the R6.
Compared to the DSLR version of this lens […] the new RF 70-200mm F4 is shorter thanks to its retractable design and because you have to use an adapter with the EF version. It also offers even better image quality, a much
Here is a new Canon EOS R6 review, one that gives the EOS R6 the praises it deserves.
Coming from Photography Life, a Canon EOS R6 review with sample pictures, test charts, image quality and dynamic range tests. From the reviewers conclusion:
[…] after I actually used the camera extensively for several months, I realized that I was dealing with a whole new level of performance – something I honestly did not expect to see in a second-generation body. While Sony has been tweaking and fine-tuning its cameras over four generations to get to where they are today, Canon was able to deliver such impressive results in less than half the time, instantly putting its EOS R5 and R6 cameras on the top of the game.
The reviewer is definitely fond of the Canon EOS R6:
The Canon EOS R6 does so many things right, while ticking all the main boxes. It is easy to use and it handles amazingly well with great ergonomics and customization options. Its autofocus system is vastly superior to the EOS R, matching the AF speed and accuracy of some of the best cameras on the market today, including the Sony A9 II. Heck, as a Nikon shooter, I have to be honest and say that Nikon’s AF has fallen significantly behind when compared to the EOS R6, even on its latest bodies with dual processors. The sensor performance of the EOS R6 is superb, both in terms of high ISO and dynamic range performance. And if you have never experienced in-body image stabilization before (especially coming from a Canon DSLR), you will be blown away by it on the EOS R6.