Canon EOS M6 Mark II review: Our favorite Canon mirrorless camera yet

With the EOS M6 Mark II, Canon has taken its midrange mirrorless game up a notch. Offering the highest-res APS-C sensor on the market, 4K video, super-fast burst shooting and comfortable ergonomics, the M6 II is compact and a real pleasure to shoot with. Get all the details in our full review.

Canon EOS 90D Review

The Canon 90D is a DSLR that operates best when used as if it were a mirrorless camera. It offers live view autofocus that's competitive and easy to use, class-leading image quality, and video specs that'll appeal to the masses, all in a familiar, DSLR-shaped package.

Canon EOS M6 Mark II and 90D sample galleries from DPReview TV

Our DPReview TV team had a chance to shoot the new EOS M6 II and EOS 90D for a couple days at Canon's launch event in Atlanta. Their sample galleries include Raw files from both cameras.

Which would you choose? Shooting the Canon EOS 90D and EOS M6 Mark II in Atlanta

Both the EOS 90D and EOS M6 Mark II have the same sensor and processor, and they shoot similar burst speeds and 4K video. In this case, it's really what's on the outside that counts.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS M6 II and EOS 90D first look

DPReview TV brings you our first-day impressions of Canon's new EOS M6 Mark II and EOS 90D, straight from Canon's launch event.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS 90D and M6 Mark II first impressions in Atlanta

A well-dressed Chris Niccolls and a poorly dressed Carey Rose get plenty of hands-on time in a hot and humid Atlanta, Georgia, with Canon's new APS-C cameras. Take a look at how Canon's EOS 90D and EOS M6 Mark II perform in front of drift cars, race cars, and a few models.

Canon EOS M6 Mark II sample gallery

We took the new EOS M6 Mark II on a Canon-sponsored event in Atlanta to photograph some fast cars literally burning rubber. Click through to see how the photos look in our EOS M6 II sample gallery.

Canon EOS 90D sample gallery

At a pre-launch event in Atlanta, DPReview's Carey Rose got to spend some time shooting with Canon's latest DSLR, the EOS 90D. Click through the gallery to see how it performed in a variety of situations, from the racetrack to an event venue.

A quick video overview of the Canon EOS M6 II

In this short video we tell you about the most important features on the new Canon EOS M6 Mark II.

Hands on with the Canon EOS M6 II

From the outside, the EOS M6 II looks like a relatively minor update. But what's not immediately obvious is that Canon's been awfully busy making updates under the hood. We dig in and take a closer look.

Hands-on with the Canon EOS 90D

The Canon 90D is here and it offers a nice set of upgrades over its predecessor, including a new sensor and processor, the addition of 4K capture, expanded AF capability and an AF joystick. Here's our hands-on impressions.

Hands-on with new Canon RF L-series F2.8 zooms: 15-35mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm

Although Canon has only officially released details for two of its three pro-level F2.8 zooms for RF mount, we got our hands on the whole trio. Check out their design and handling here.

Canon RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS and 24-70mm F2.8L formally announced

Canon has announced full details for two forthcoming RF F2.8 zoom lenses, both of which have been featured on its full-frame mirrorless roadmap since it was updated in February. Each lens is priced at $2300.

Canon EOS M6 Mark II offers 32.5MP sensor, costs $850 body-only

Canon's newest APS-C mirrorless camera sports an all-new 32MP CMOS sensor and is capable of shooting up to 14 fps with tracking AF, and also offers 4K/30p video recording with no crop. An electronic viewfinder will be bundled in some kits.

Canon officially releases EOS 90D DSLR with 32.5 Megapixels and 4K video

Canon has announced their latest DSLR, the EOS 90D. It comes with an all-new sensor, full-width 4K video recording, updated autofocus through its optical viewfinder, and a host of other enhancements in a weather-sealed body.

Canon EOS R and RP firmware update improves autofocus user experience

A September firmware update will bring some minor enhancements to the autofocus user experience in Canon's current full-frame mirrorless cameras.