Two new DSLRs have arrived from Canon this morning – the EOS 6D Mark II and EOS 200D
This morning Canon pulled the covers off two new devices: an update to its most affordable full-frame DSLR in the shape of the EOS 6D Mark II, and the entry-level EOS 200D. Wex was given a preview of both devices, find out more about each of them below…
Canon EOS 6D Mark II
Pitched by the brand as the ideal next-step from their APS-C models, the 6D Mark II overhauls the specifications of its 2012 forebear with a host of additions including the first touch and tilt display found on a Canon full-frame.
This enthusiast-aimed camera is fitted with a 26.2MP CMOS sensor, a DIGIC 7 processor and a 45-point all-cross-type autofocus system.
While the lack of 4K video recording may surprise some, its feature set and price point are unlikely to disappoint those who consider themselves predominately stills shooters, but who were put off by the 5D Mark IV’s higher price tag.
Want to know what improvements have been made to the original 6D? Learn about the main differences between the two cameras here
Canon EOS 200D
Looking for a fully featured DSLR that won’t weigh you down? Look no further. With its 24.2MP APS-C sensor, touchscreen and plenty of connectivity options, the 200D packs the perfect punch for anyone looking to move on from a smartphone or compact, weighing in at just 453g.
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Matt Higgs is Wex Photographic's Technical Editor for Photography. As a journalist he's worked for Practical Photography and Digital Photo magazines, and his live music images have been featured in numerous respected music publications including Rocksound, Guitarist, Guitar Techniques and Akustik Gittare. www.matthiggsphotography.co.uk.