Canon offers a full screen EOS R6 sensor and support for 4K video at 60fps
Canon offers a full screen EOS R6 sensor and support for 4K video at 60fps

Canon has released a full-frame EOS R6 camera, which supports 4K and 10-bit videos at 60fps and has a 20.1MP sensor starting at $ 2499.

Canon's new EOS R6 competes with Sony A7 III, Nikon Z6 and Panasonic S1. Canon EOS R6 has the same sensor as the 1DX Mark III DSLR to support the same image quality.

The EOS R6 must also support shooting effectively in low-light conditions. The ISO support range ranges from 100 to 102400 and extends to the ISO 204800 range. The camera also has a large grip and the back screen of the camera has 1.62 million capture points. So you can use this camera to support vlogging with a good performance.

The body weight of the EOS R6 is 680 grams and the camera body has IBIS functions to support photography as well as still and video recording. Canon also confirmed that the camera supports up to 8 speeds during the installation process and that the camera has EVF OLED. Supports 3.69 points, the camera has a UHS II card slot and the LP-E6NH battery used in the EOS R.

The EOS R6 supports continuous still shooting with a mechanical shutter of up to 12fps or 20fps with an electronic shutter, and the camera supports dual pixel autofocus, which supports 100% coverage in 1053 AF areas and supports still and video recordings.

The EOS R6 also supports 4K shooting at 60fps or 1080p at 120fps. The EOS R6 is only available without a lens. The price is $ 2499, including the $ 2899 RF lens listed below. 24-105mm f / 4-7.1L IS or $ 3599 with RF lens equipped with USF 24-105mm f / 4L IS, assuming the camera will ship in August.


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