While the Canon EOS R5 got a lot of the accolades upon its release, the EOS R6 is arguably the most practical workhorse in Canon’s lineup, with a balanced feature set that borrows a lot of the advanced capabilities from its bigger sibling without the added luxuries that would drive its price up. The EOS R6 Mark II takes that foundation and includes a range of improvements and new features that add up to a refined and well-rounded professional instrument. This great video review takes a look at the camera for stills work and how it compares with the latest options from Sony and Panasonic.
Coming to you from Gordon Laing, this excellent video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R6 Mark II mirrorless camera specifically for stills work and how it compares to the Sony a7 IV and Panasonic S5 II. While features like a 45-megapixel sensor and 8K raw video are certainly nifty, most people don’t really need such extreme capabilities. What is great about the EOS R6 Mark II is that it includes most of the features from Canon’s more advanced bodies without that extra resolution or raw video, which helps to keep its price at a more affordable level. Check out the video above for Laing’s full thoughts.