Canon EOS M6 Mark II full specifications

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Here are the full specifications for the Canon EOS M6 Mark II, this camera will be announced next week.
The EOS M6 Mark II is a stylish, compact and lightweight mirrorless camera that doesn’t compromise on speed or quality whether you’re shooting stills or movies. The EOS M6 Mark II features the option to add on an Electronic Viewfinder so you can shoot the way that feels most comfortable to you. Enjoy a high image quality with the camera’s 32.5 megapixel APS-C sensor. Ensure you never miss the shot with a maximum continuous shooting speed of approximately 14 fps and a maximum RAW burst mode of approximately 30fps.




IMAGE SENSOR


Type
APS-C CMOS


Effective Pixels
Approx. 32.5 megapixels


Total Pixels
Approx. 25.8 megapixels


Image Quality
L, M, S1, S2, RAW, C-RAW


Sensor Cleaning
EOS integrated cleaning system


Colour Filter Type
Primary Colour


IMAGE PROCESSOR


Type
DIG!C 8


LENS


Lens Mount
EF-M (EF and EF-S lenses compatible via...
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genriquez

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High-speed + (one-shot and Servo): 14
High-speed (one-shot and Servo): 7
Low-speed (one-shot and Servo): 3


Huh?
 

koenkooi

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High-speed + (one-shot and Servo): 14
High-speed (one-shot and Servo): 7
Low-speed (one-shot and Servo): 3


Huh?
One mode might be 12bit instead of 14bit, like the M50 where single shot is 14bit, but faster modes are all 12bit.
 

zonoskar

EOS M50
Aug 29, 2018
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High-speed + (one-shot and Servo): 14
High-speed (one-shot and Servo): 7
Low-speed (one-shot and Servo): 3


Huh?
Different speed settings? Maybe for when you don't need 14 fps. I know that when my DSLR had 5+ fps (I forgot if it was the 40D or 50D), I always used the 3 fps setting in continuous shooting mode since the faster mode gave me too many pictures.
 
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andrei1989

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there are some typos/mistakes/copy-paste errors from M6 i think...
RAW: (3:2) 6960 x 4640, (4:3) 6960 x 4640, (16:9) 6960 x


4640, (1:1) 6960 x 6960
TransmissionHi-Speed USB (2.0) (Micro USB connector)
Terminal TypeUSB Type-C

also
In-camera battery pack charging with USB Power Adapter PD-E1
USB charging yey! :D
 

genriquez

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Different speed settings? Maybe for when you don't need 14 fps. I know that when my DSLR had 5+ fps (I forgot if it was the 40D or 50D), I always used the 3 fps setting in continuous shooting mode since the faster mode gave me too many pictures.
Hope so. If it's true it's pretty nice. I also don't need and can't stand too high fps. But if they have 7 fps with tracking priority that's nice.

On another note there's no 24fps and 60fps in full HD so the internet is gonna have a field day with this one.

Edit: Yay UHS II
 

neuroanatomist

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High-speed + (one-shot and Servo): 14
High-speed (one-shot and Servo): 7
Low-speed (one-shot and Servo): 3


Huh?
Most cameras have settings for hi and low frame rates. On some you can customize the setting for the low frame rate. The extra frames per second (above high) come with a trade off, e.g. my 1D X is 12 fps, or 14 fps with mirror lockup shooting jpg. In this case, it’s probably 7 fps with focusing between each frame, or 14 fps with the focus locked at the first frame.
 

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Most cameras have settings for hi and low frame rates. On some you can customize the setting for the low frame rate. The extra frames per second (above high) come with a trade off, e.g. my 1D X is 12 fps, or 14 fps with mirror lockup shooting jpg. In this case, it’s probably 7 fps with focusing between each frame, or 14 fps with the focus locked at the first frame.
But the High Speed + option still has the One-Shot / Servo AF option.