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The Morning After: A look at Canon’s new R6-II

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Canon’s EOS R6 was a great camera, but it had one fatal flaw. It was regularly overheating as it could not hold the temperature. Two years later, Canon released a successor that helped restore its reputation after such a high-profile error. EOS R6 Mark II You get a higher resolution 24.2 megapixel sensor, faster shooting speeds, and better low-light performance.

Steve Dent spent some time filming the R6-II prototype and has a lot to say in his in-depth article. Canon has eliminated many of the heat issues, improved efficiency, and increased the amount of time his 4K video can be shot in a single burst. His articles are full of exciting things to read. It’s clear that it’s getting a lot of camera fans excited for its launch later this year.

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