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Should we choose the Canon EOS 6D Mark II?

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Why do we have to choose the Canon EOS 6D Mark II? 

The EOS 6D Mark II camera puts full-frame performance into a compact, fully featured DSLR. Its 26.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 7 Image Processor help convey stunning outcomes even at extended ISO settings, making it awesome for testing low-light circumstances and additionally scene, picture and occasion photography.

What's more, the bargains in the 6D II are to a great extent the same as those made by the 6D preceding it: The bigger sensor is counterbalanced by a lower-spec self-adjust framework obtained from the EOS 80D, an absence of 4K video, and a shade system that tops out at 1/4000 sec, to give some examples.
 
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Canon EOS 6D Mark II. Image: ephotozine.com
Be that as it may, the EOS 6D Mark II has a great deal to offer. It is littler and lighter than a 5D IV, its articulating screen makes it less demanding to work at odd points, and in particular, it's a reasonable passage into the universe of full-outline Canon glass and expanded profundity of-field control contrasted with correspondingly evaluated cameras with littler APS-C sensors.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Key specifications:

New 26MP CMOS full-frame sensor with Dual Pixel AF
1080/60p video capture with in-lens + digital stabilization
45-point all-cross-type AF system
Dual Pixel AF for both stills and video capture
ISO 100-40,000 (expandable to 102,400)
6.5 fps continuous shooting (4.5 fps in Live View)
3" fully articulating touchscreen
Wi-Fi w/NFC and Bluetooth
Built-in GPS

Quite a lot's changed since the arrival of the EOS 6D though, with not only Nikon offering some very tempting competition in the shape of the D610 and D750, but Sony's Alpha A7 and A7 II offering another affordable route into full-frame photography. For stills shooters, the Pentax K-1 is in a somewhat different league, offering much higher resolution and build quality.

Canon claim that the EOS 6D Mark II camera is designed to keep up with the action. Its fantastic shutter, advanced AF and exposure and image processing systems help ensure virtually instantaneous response and performance at up to 6.5 fps, even at full resolution.
 
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Canon EOS 6D Mark II with Wi-Fi. Image: usa.canon.com
Being a DSLR, the 6D Mark II begins up and begins taking pictures rapidly. Live view begins up in just shy of one moment, however in the event that you leave the camera in 'video' mode, it will take a couple of moments upon startup before you can really start recording video.

If you are not too dizzy with the type of camera, whether a compact camera or a regular DSLR, not a full-frame camera, would you entrust your photography activities on a premium smartphone?

A professional photographer may have different opinions, as well as those who want to seriously pursue photography as a new hobby or profession. The question is: what kind of photographer do you belong to?


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