DPReview published their full in-depth review for the Canon EOS 6D Mark II DSLR camera, and the Canon EOS 6D Mark II full frame DSLR camera achieved an impressive 80% overall score from the experts at DPReview.
- Updated 26MP sensor with good high ISO performance
- Pleasing JPEG color
- Generally good ergonomics and controls
- Effective Dual Pixel autofocus
- Polished touchscreen operation with fully articulated touchscreen
- 6.5 fps burst shooting through optical viewfinder
- Updated autofocus system
- Wi-Fi with NFC and GPS
- Effective video stabilization system
- Less low ISO dynamic range than even crop-sensor competitors
- Limited autofocus spread in optical viewfinder
- Viewfinder autofocus system accuracy lags behind competition
- Very slow burst shooting with autofocus in live view
- 1080/60p video is soft and lacks detail
- Lacking headphone port
- Rear control dial is mushy and imprecise
Conclusion from DPReview:
As it should be, the EOS 6D II is a better camera than its predecessor in almost every way. With plenty of resolution, respectable burst shooting speeds and pleasing Canon color, it’s a camera that’s capable of producing great images in a variety of situations. Despite this, it is simply overshadowed by competition that is made up of more capable cameras at similar or lower prices.
You can read the full review at DPReview.
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