Today Canon announced the launch of a brand new camera models, the EOS 6D Mark II.

This new Mark II version of the EOS 6D is an upgrade of the first 6D and it is the first to come with Canon’s new 26.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, which will improve from the previously used 20.2MP sensor in the original 6D.

They also say that it will have a better wide dynamic range, and it will have the ability to shoot at up to ISO 40,000 as standard or up to ISO 102, 400 when using the expansion settings.

To top that off, the Mark II has a vari-angle touchscreen display that measures 3-inches and can be controlled with touch.

There’s also another LCD on the camera’s top plate.

Inside of the camera, you will find the latest DIGIC 7 processing engine.

This all enables burst shooting at up to 6.5fps.

The camera can also record Full HD video at up to 60fps and it comes with five-axis image stabilisation along with a 45-point, all-cross type AF system, the same as the EOS 80D.

To top that off, the 6D Mark II features Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, which provides a professional-level of continuous focus and subject tracking when recording videos or using live view, and it comes with their Flicker Detection feature, which helps to achieve better consistency when shooting under artificial lighting.

You can check all of this out from the camera’s pentaprism viewfinder, which provides 98% coverage and comes alongside Canon’s Intelligent Viewfinder II system.

And that’s not all.

The EOS 6D II also features Wi-Fi and GPS inbuilt.

You will be able to pick up the new camera with an SD, SDHC, or a SDXC format for £1,999.99 for the body only. You can also pick up a version with the Canon EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM for £2,379.99.

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