Canon EOS M6 Mark II User Reviews

Announced Aug 28, 2019 •
33 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor

Canon EOS M6 Mark II is a powerful mirrorless camera, even better than its DSLR sister 90D. 14FPS continuous shot speed, 30 FPS 18MP electronic shot speed with pre-capture function. Very fast focus speed in continuous shot and single shot mode which is better than 90D. But its electronic shutter is limited to single shot in 32MP. 14FPS mechanic shutter have some blur problems. Battery life is not very good, and its body is too small. I bought it to connect with my canon EF 300mm f2.8 IS USM. ...

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Dr Hal
 

It is either a home run or a triple depending on your view of the lack of a built in EVF.  The EVF came as a package with the camera when I purchased it.  It really is not a factor to me.  I would prefer a built in EVF but I am not bothered by what I have.  The 32.5mp sensor is wonderful.  The IQ, the menu system, the camera's small size, the dead on focusing, are all just excellent.  I bought it in a weak moment when I went to my local brick and mortar camera store to look for camera bags.  ...

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Michael Leek
 

Camera was bought specifically for travel. It has all the customisable features I require, including resolution, but is seriously let down by the poor quality of lenses by Canon, particularly the zoom range. Canon’s hype for this camera is therefore misleading, if not downright false. This means I’m unable to write anything too positive about the camera ‘cause I’ve yet to discover its real potential for taking high quality photographs!

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RLight
 

When I first gambled on the EOS M series many moons ago (selling off other gear), Canon had just released the EOS M2 for Japan/Select Countries-only which at the time I imported in addition to the EOS M and 22mm I grabbed on an eBay firesale. I had to do workarounds such as turret viewfinders, customized aftermarket grips, and had to shoot continuous drive and "spray and pray" to compensate for the lackluster AF of the EOS M's at the time and provided ergonomics. Things have come a long ways ...

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With the M6 Mark II Canon has taken the M series to another level of power and capability: Higher resolution, faster performance, and even better image quality than before. Qualities of M6 I wrote about in my M6 review all apply to the Mark II as well. Beyond the M6 Canon has continued to reduce the performance and image quality gap with full frames: With the M3 or M6, when I felt I needed to generate the highest quality results I would reach for my full frame DSLR; but with the M6 Mark II, I ...

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dwill23
 

I had previous mirror-less cameras from Canon. Even the M2 which I had to order from Japan (never made it to US market) and took me an hr to get the language set to English.  But they were all slow, which was ok. This one is fast. Fast to focus, fast to shoot, fast FPS! The sensor is now up there with the Sony's, eventho Canon was only in 2nd place...in other words, their sensors were always great, but now they are super great! 32MP is a lot.  Your file sizes will be large.  I normally shoot ...

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