Canon has just released the new Canon EOS R6 Mark II, and it looks like a rather impressive camera. Check out these first impressions to see if this new, upgraded model is a genuine step-up and worth your money.
Canon is going full steam ahead with its mirrorless ecosystem. New patents are constantly being released along with all kinds of new lenses. Some of the lenses are at the high end of the budget spectrum, while others are very affordable, like the recently released Canon RF 15-30mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM lens, which comes in at $549. But it's not all just patents and lenses, as new bodies are coming out thick and fast too. The newest to hit the shelves is the Canon EOS R6 Mark II, which has undergone some considerable upgrades since its first iteration. But how do those upgrades stack up?
That brings us to this great video by the good folks at The Camera Store TV, in which they give their first impressions of the Canon EOS R6 Mark II. The EOS R6 Mark II sits in a kind of hybrid space between photography and videography, and that's reflected in one of the most interesting changes to this body: they've moved the on/off switch from the standard top left side of the body and put it over to the top right side. In its place, the EOS R6 Mark II now has a dedicated photo/video switch to toggle between. There are a lot of other interesting changes and upgrades that make its price point of $2499 ($200 more than the original Canon EOS R6) very attractive indeed. If you're looking for a strong mirrorless camera that is a very good all-rounder, give this video a look. Let me know your thoughts below.