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A Review of the Canon EOS R6 Mirrorless Camera

Canon's EOS R5 caught the attention of the photography world when it was announced, but alongside it came the EOS R6, which brought with it a lot of the same advanced features at a much more affordable price. If you do not need the 45 megapixels of the EOS R5, the EOS R6 may be the better choice, and this great video review takes a look at what you can expect from it.

Coming to you from Brendan van Son, this excellent video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R6 camera. The EOS R5 was quite the hit on its release, offering things like 20 fps continuous bursts even with its 45-megapixel resolution and 8K raw video, and while those are all quite impressive, not everyone needs that kind of massive resolution, particularly when you consider the extra processing and storage needs that come with it. The EOS R6 keeps pretty much all the other features of the EOS R5 and instead uses a 20-megapixel sensor, which may be a bit on the low side by modern standards but still offers plenty of detail for most applications. And of course, it is also significantly cheaper. Check out the video above for the full rundown. 

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Mark Hawk's picture

Alex, you should really make the titles of these posts "VIDEO: Review of R6" because all you do it write about how there's a video to watch. Your articles are all clickbait. It's always you— the other contributors write great pieces that are not summaries of YouTube videos. If I wanted to watch a video, I'd go to YouTube. I want to read about things, but you are just no help. I wish I could make the algorithms stop showing me your articles.

Alex Cooke's picture

Look for the play button on the article thumbnail on the homepage.

STEVEN WEBB's picture

Alex - I appreciate you rounding up good videos on various photography topics for us. Your work saves me from having to cull through hundreds or even thousands of YouTube videos trying to find a handful of decent and relevant ones. Thank you and best wishes.

Alex Cooke's picture

Much appreciated, Steven! Best wishes to you too!