EOS 6D MARK II Body
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.