Canon EOS M6 Mark II 18-150mm Mirrorless Camera
This little bundle of features is so compact and lightweight that you might forget that it inside your bag. EOS M6 Mark II can burst up to 30fps with its RAW burst mode while tracking that the dancer on stage without disrupting others with the silent electronic shutter that goes up to 1/16,000s (freezing any movements by the dancer)
EOS M6 Mark II’s low-intensity limit of EV -5 ensures accurate focus in the dimly lit performance hall and the ISO sensitivity of up to 51,200 enables well-lit images.
You could record the performance with EOS M6 Mark II’s 4K video recording in uncropped or cropped mode, getting the full view of the huge hall or have more zoom to get the expression of the dancer.
- 32.5MP APS-C CMOS Sensor + DIGIC 8
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- 30fps RAW burst mode (One -Shot & Servo AF)
- 5,481 selectable focus positions
- Eye Detection AF (One-Shot & Servo AF)
- 4K Video (Uncropped/Cropped)
Every Moment Captured
With EOS M6 Mark II’s RAW burst mode, you would be capturing up to 30 shots in one second (30fps) — allowing you to pick that perfect shot she blows her first birthday cake. Pre-shoot function even allows to record up to 0.5seconds before you press shutter button, so you'll be able to capture those candid moments as well.
This mode is not only available in One-Shot AF but also in Servo AF, ensuring every image of your child walking towards you for the very first time.
EOS M6 Mark II shoots uncropped Ultra High Definition (UHD) 4K videos, giving you the full angle-of-view of the lens used to capture the entire theatre and the Dual Pixel CMOS AF provides you with high-speed and high-precision focusing on the performance on stage.
For a further reach, EOS M6 Mark II allows users to shoot in cropped UHD 4K quality giving their lens a further reach to capture the expression of the actors performing.
Eye Detection AF
The EOS M6 Mark II sports the Eye Detection AF, which can detect and focus on the subject’s pupil. Especially useful when shooting wide open on large aperture lens, always ensuring that the eye is in focus—ideal for portrait shooting.
This function is also available in Servo mode which means capturing candid genuine expression of moving subjects is now made possible. Imagine an interview of a chef cooking or even as the bride walks down the aisle, and the focus is always locked on to the eye as they move.