It’s been more than two years since Canon first launched the EOS R5 and EOS R6 and showed the world that they are extremely serious about competing in the professional mirrorless camera space. Therefore, it is time for the first generation of cameras to move on to the next iterations. It looks like that will happen relatively soon, as the specifications of the EOS R6 Mark II have surfaced.
Canon Rumors is reporting that the EOS R6 Mark II is coming and that it will carry the following specs:
- 24 megapixel sensor
- In-body image stabilization
- 4K 60p Video with Canon Log 3/HDR PQ and Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- 12 fps continuous shooting using mechanical shutter
- Dual SD/SDHC card slots
While these specifications certainly seem a bit confusing considering how much of an improvement they have made over the original EOS R6, I strongly doubt that the sensor in the Mark II will be that of the EOS R3 and only That alone was a big problem. progress in quality. The EOS R6 strikes a good balance for everything, and I’m sure Canon doesn’t want to mess with that too much and risk hurting sales of cameras like the EOS R5. One key aspect, price, is still missing, but if the company can keep it at $2,500 or under $2,500, it will likely be a popular camera. Hopefully, we’ll hear more soon!