When selecting a camera, one usually wants to compare it to the closest alternatives and to get started, I'll compare the Canon EOS M6 Mark II to the Canon EOS M6
That link along with the visual comparison
reveal most of the differences.
Here is a summary:
- 32.5 MP vs. 24.2 MP (6960 x 4640 px vs. 6000 x 4000 px)
- Pixel Size of 3.20µm vs 3.72µm (DLA of f/5.2 vs. f/6.0
- 14 fps continuous shooting with AF vs. 7 fps (9fps w/o AF), 54/23 JPG/RAW frames vs. 26/17
- DIGIC 8 vs. DIGIC 7 processor
- Eye AF
- Maximum of 143/99 auto selected AF points (depending on the lens) vs. 49
- Still image metering range of EV -2–20 vs. EV 1 - 20
- Movie recording metering range of EV 0–20 vs. EV 2 - 20
- 1/16000 sec. shutter speed with electronic shutter
- Has C-RAW
- 4k, Full HD at 119.88
- Has Flicker Mode, adjusting shutter release timing to avoid flickering light issues
- Does not have NFC
- Has a Wireless menu tab
- Supports UHS-II memory card standard vs. UHS-I
- Slightly larger: 4.71 x 2.76 x 1.94" vs. 4.4 x 2.7 x 1.8" (119.6 x 70.0 x 49.2mm vs. 112.0 x 68.0 x 44.5mm)
- Slightly lighter: 12.73 oz vs. 13.8 oz (361g vs. 390g)
- Has a dedicated rear AF/MF switch and AF-ON button
- Has a multi-function top dial and button vs. stacked dials
Numerous of those bullets could alone justify an upgrade from the M6 Mark I.
For example, the twice-as-fast (with AF) continuous shooting frame rate.
Eye AF is alone worth the price of the camera to those photographing people with any frequency.
Do much video work?
The 4k feature is noteworthy.
Want higher resolution or more reach with the lenses you currently have?
The increased sensor resolution is going to be noticeable.
As with most model upgrades, price remains the primary feature advantage of the previous camera version.
Canon EOS M6 Mark II
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