Long-awaited Canon 6D Mark II is Here And It Doesn’t Shoot 4K
The Canon cameras are well-known for the image quality and easy-to-use interface. The Canon 6D was loved by all due to the cost-effectiveness. There were rumors about Canon 6D Mark-II, that it will have the 4K video feature. It came to know that 4K isn’t there in the camera. Instead, the updated Canon camera has only 1080p 60fps.
Yes, it happened in 2017 and for 2 thousand dollars! In other words, this update will look humiliating for most people involved in cinematography.
This camera option is very unprofitable if the camera is an investment for an extended period. 4K has become the norm and an integral part of the filmmaker’s life.
The new camera has many advanced functions, namely autofocusing, 45 points AF System, that creates the sharpest frames even in the moonlight. Focus ability allows you to perform confident shooting with shallow depth of field and to track moving objects.
The 6D Mark II screen has an adjustable angle, which can be rotated in any direction, allows you to take pictures from the lower angle or from above quickly. Indeed, Canon 6D Mark II is equipped with wireless Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC, as well as deflected three-inch touch screen.
Among the updates that also have a display along with stabilization, as well as an automatic focus with a dual pixel.
Talking about the exposure, you can find the full-frame CMOS 26.2MP sensor, DIGIC 7 image processor, 45-point All-Cross Type AF System. Plus, it includes Full HD video at 60 frames per second, 3 Inch LCD touch screen with a 1.04 m diagonal, extended to ISO 102400 and much more.
It seems as if Canon is targeting photographers and the camera is for stills. If you are planning to upgrade for photography, you need to see this camera! If you already have this device and you want to share your opinions about it. Write in the comments below.