When the original 6D launched in 2013, it was among the most affordable full-frame cameras available — but not without its drawbacks, including an underwhelming AF system and static screen. The Canon EOS 6D Mark II Camera addresses both of these concerns, and then some. It has the first fully-articulating screen on a Canon full-frame shooter, and pairs its 26.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with a speedy 45-point Cross-type AF system for excellent performance. Its DIGIC 7 image processor enables 6.5 fps shooting, and its dust- and water-resistant body lets you shoot in a variety of conditions.

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Written by Chris Idolize

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