Canon EOS 6D Mark II Release Date, Specs, News & Update: Announcement Possible Early Next Year; Here's What Is Known So Far
The Canon EOS 6D Mark II certainly has not left the fancy of those waiting to get something up to par for their photography needs. Given that there may have been some flaws along with the previous models, this particular design is anticipated to somewhat be the salvation of the product line from its launch and beyond.
Users may have been able to attest some of the potential downsides of the other models in the past, one such being the Canon 5D Mark IV. Being made to cater to mostly video making, as well as being able to shoot in low light conditions, the standard may have been elevated-which some believe to further be improved by the upcoming Canon EOS 6D Mark II in the future.
According to recent reports, enthusiasts may have to keep their fingers crossed prior to the release of the Canon EOS 6D Mark II as it is said to launch by the second quarter of 2017. This was not always the case, as it was once divulged that the camera was slated for release on February. However, the intriguing part does not end there, as the once thought to be a sure exposure on the CES 2017 or CP+ may be unsure.
Reviews of the specs in the past for the Canon 5D Mark IV stated how the camera has the interesting approach to poorly-lit surroundings. Because of it, the Canon EOS 6D Mark II may don a few guns in the future, such as Dual SD card slots, a Touchscreen, Wifi, GPS and a 24MP or 25MP sensor. It was also rumored that it will be more compact, though all of the aforementioned are still considerably uncertain to this day.
So far, these speculations could mean that the Canon EOS 6D Mark II may still either go up or down in the standard scale. Despite Canon not having a plethora of bad moves in terms of product choices, fans are urged to keep their fingers crossed-especially with the first baffling truth of the Canon 5D Mark IV being a videographer's weapon of choice.
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