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As far as headline video specifications go, the EOS RP stands ahead of the 6D II with 4K video recording (the 6D II tops out at 1080/60p). To be sure the RP's 4K is heavily cropped, but it is 4K. The mirrorless camera also comes up with a headphone jack as well as a mic jack – the 6D II only offers a mic jack. It also comes with the inherent mirrorless advantage of offering video recording while using the EVF, which can be handy in bright light or for a little extra stabilization in a pinch. The RP's 4K mode is also the only place you'll find "cinematic" 24p recording between the two cameras.

Using a stabilized lens with either camera will yield the best results, as neither offers in-body stabilization. While digital IS creates smooth footage, it also sacrifices some detail. The 6D II and EOS RP also both provide fully articulated screens with face detection autofocus, a benefit for vloggers.

The 6D II does provide the advantage of more control over autofocus while recording video, offering adjustments to Movie Servo AF speed and tracking sensitivity – both missing from the RP.