The EOS R full-frame cameras have been Canon’s main focus lately, but today they released the EOS M6 Mark II, a completely new camera in the EOS M lineup of APS-C mirrorless cameras. The M6 Mark II features a brand new 32.5 MP sensor capable of 14 frames per second continuous shooting, 4K video recording at 30 fps and 1080p recording at up to 120 fps.
The new EOS M camera has two version – with a black or silver top plate. It also has a 3-inch touchscreen on the back that can flip up, and you also have an option of buying an electronic viewfinder. The camera features a USB-C port as well.
Overall, Canon EOS M6 Mark II represents a big leap forward compared to its predecessor and will surely attract many customers. The body will retail for $849, while the 15-35mm + EVF-DC2 kit is priced at $1,099. There is also a kit version with 18-150mm lens and EVF-DC2 that will go for $1,349. You can preorder it below.
Canon EOS M6 Mark II – Amazon
M6 Mark II (15-35mm + EVF-DC2) – Amazon
M6 Mark II (18-150mm + EVF-DC2) – Amazon