Achieve new creative goals, with advanced performance and innovative features that will support your next steps in photography – wherever they might lead.

Performance that inspires confidence

Accurate focusing, in conditions as dark as moonlight, comes from 45 cross-type AF points that can also track objects with pin-point precision. Dual Pixel CMOS AF focuses confidently in Live View mode – great when critical sharpness is important, in macro and studio photography for example. Continuous shooting at 6.5 fps let you follow action and catch transient moments.


Revolution on the inside; evolution on the outside

Whether you’re new to full frame, or a more experienced photographer, the EOS 6D Mark II will feel familiar from the moment you pick it up. A refined design – with touchscreen controls and large optical viewfinder –  inspires the kind of confidence you need to be creative under pressure.


Be even more creative with DSLR video

Capture great-looking Full HD video that’s sharp and steady – even in low light. In-camera 5-axis digital stabilisation reduces unintentional camera movements, while Dual Pixel CMOS AF focuses smoothly and continuously to keep your subject sharp. Pull-focus from one object to another with a tap of the EOS 6D Mark II’s touchscreen.


Connected camera technology for new ways of working

The EOS 6D Mark II can maintain a constant Bluetooth® link with your smartphone or tablet*. This makes activating Wi-Fi easy, so you can browse and share images, and shoot remotely using your device’s screen. The EOS 6D Mark II’s built-in GPS geotags images as you shoot**.

The full-frame advantage 

While many of our EOS cameras have APS-C sensors, measuring 22.2 x 14.8 mm, the EOS 6D Mark II features a full-frame sensor that is the same size as 35mm film, that’s approx. 36 x 24 mm. This gives photographers all kinds of advantages. The first is image quality: full-frame cameras deliver increased clarity and dynamic range and gather more detail from a scene, especially in low-light situations where they offer higher ISO settings.


Secondly, the depth of field from a full-frame EOS is more shallow than that offered by APS-C based cameras. This makes it easier to create out-of-focus backgrounds that really make a pin-sharp subject stand out – a great approach to portraiture.


Lastly, full-frame sensors offer a wider angle of view, for any given lens, than APS-C type cameras. This makes cameras like the EOS 6D Mark II very popular with landscape photographers, who use them in combination with lenses like the EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM to include lots of foreground detail and create dramatic perspectives.


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