Canon has refreshed its popular EOS R6 mirrorless camera with a new Canon EOS R6 Mark II. Externally, the two cameras look extremely similar, but the new camera offers some significant upgrades over its predecessor with a new sensor, focus breathing correction and an EOS R3-like autofocus system with improved AI tracking. A brand new IBIS system also offers up to 8 stops of stabilisation.
While the EOS R6 Mark II offers the same 12fps continuous shooting mode with the mechanical shutter as the EOS R6, you now get up to 40fps with the electronic shutter. There’s also a new Raw Burst mode that shoots 30fps with 0.5 seconds of pre-capture. Great for responding to quick events and actions as they’re happening. There are also new shooting modes including a multiple exposure mode (jpg only) and panorama mode.