The Canon EOS 6D Mark II offers decent video quality at up to Full HD (1080/60p) resolution. It doesn't offer any form of 4K capture like its higher-end siblings, but with full Dual Pixel Autofocus and effective digital image stabilization that works in tandem with in-lens stabilization, the footage is generally smooth and in focus.

In addition to a somewhat inauthentic mojito recipe, the above video demonstrates how the EOS 6D Mark II copes with high-contrast scenes, lots of potential distractions for autofocus, as well as gives a general impression of the overall quality you'll get from Canon's newest HD-capable DSLR.

The video was filmed entirely hand-held with Canon's 'Movie Digital IS' enabled (but not the 'enhanced' option), using the 1080/60p MP4 setting. White balance was kept to auto, and Auto ISO was used to allow for automatic changes in brightness while the shutter speed and aperture were controlled manually. There are also speech samples from both an external shotgun microphone and the internal microphones on the 6D II, and Canon's Dynamic Lighting Optimizer was set to 'High.'

What do you think about the 6D II's video quality? Let us know in the comments.