Canon EOS M6 is a leading brand in the world of cameras, and EOS M6 Mark II is the latest example of its expertise.
If your love for compact cameras has not diminished or improved yet – then you are looking for extra gear to avoid carrying all these advanced devices –
Canon only has the camera for you.
Canon EOS M6 Mark II is a simple compact mirrorless camera with some amazing display capabilities. The M6 Mark II is priced at Rs 83,995 in India,
which is not a choice for many beginners to go, but the compact camera definitely packs a punch when found in capable hands.
Before we come to our conclusions
here is a quick look at the main specifications of the Canon M6 Mark II:
32.5-megapixel APS-C sensor
Dual pixel CMOS AF
4K and Full HD video up to 120 fps
180 tilt touch screen
30fps raw burst mode
Up to ISO 25,600 sensitivity
More than 5000 focus selection jobs
Eye detection AF
USB Type-C Transfer, Bluetooth, HDMI, support WLAN
In the box
Canon EOS M6
15-45mm zoom lens
Battery pack + charger
16 GB memory card
Design, control and more
Dealing with DSLRs can be a daunting task shooting, but the M6 Mark II makes it easy for its users with this light and easy design.
just as it should, and can be easily controlled during light travel. Canon’s signature design gives a nice touch and a sense of full design to the compact mirrorless camera,
which does not harm the grip.
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All controls are on the right and on the top and are easily accessible by simply learning about their functions.
The shutter button is positioned in the correct position on the front towards the top, allowing ideal access when photographing with one hand.
Below is a disk to switch between different modes.
Now, the interesting part is the scroll dial around the shutter button and the dial function button, paired with the power switch.
These scroll discs can be used in various functions such as ISO, contrast,
white balance, aperture and the like in the mode you are shooting. This has already added to the feature by eliminating the use of LCD touch screens.
When talking about the touch screen
it is actually one of the best we have used. As per camera standards,
the touch screen LCD response is nearly as easy and accurate as a smartphone screen. In addition to touch,
the 3-inch screen can be adjusted anywhere between 45 ° and 180 °. It has been very helpful in videos and self-portraits.
The screen is also ideal for image playback and preview since it is almost as straightforward as what you would expect when transferring an image to a PC.
Somehow, the screen should be great because the camera doesn’t get enough time to look out of the box.
There is a requirement to attach one
but not without spending much money on it. Unless it is a bright bright day, the color screen has good visibility.
On the top left is a blink of flash with a button on the left side of the camera. The battery and SD card occupy a common space between them.
Even with the attached lens
the M6 Mark II looks incredibly lightweight and easy to use for the camera. There is a lens lock,
which requires the user to switch and turn the lens for the camera to work. This added an additional step when removing the camera,
removing the lens cap, and starting shooting.
One of the biggest drawbacks is the lost viewfinder and challenging muscle memory in the early days.
Once you get the hang of framing on the screen
it becomes easy. But the fact that EVF costs around Rs. 25,000 is not possible after spending more than Rs. 80,000 on camera. On the other hand,
there was no need to adjust positions to place shots on small screens and bend and bend inappropriately during shots.
Performance and quality
Canon M6 Mark II doesn’t make any compromises on quality, and the images produced are fun to work after processing – all thanks to the 32.5-megapixel APS-C sensor.
While taking pictures,
I liked how focus works. You can click on the focus point and even Auto AF like 143 regions anywhere on the screen to provide you with a great experience.
Image processing takes longer in low-light conditions and even in good lighting conditions, the treatment is negligible.
But there are no holes in the Air Force in well-lit places,
so they are built there. Autofocus is a little challenging in low light.
Easy to shoot personal footage and very good IAF. This feature made it easier to focus on a topic while setting up the shot.
There are many camera modes to explore and it is interesting how much compact mirrors can do. From RAW photos to smooth images
and perfectly proof of the shot you want, the Canon Compact Camera can do it all with anyone you know.
As for the video,
Canon seemed to miss the mark there. Without OIS or EIS for that matter, getting a steady video was a difficult task.
With a tripod,
we could have finished it, but we hope it doesn’t rely on additional equipment to get the right shots.
The video clip on the M6 Mark II has a slight jerk. If you have steady hands, you may be able to get some great shots because the quality in the video is not disappointing.
Note: The photos shown here are narrower due to the site requirements and the originals are slightly wider than the ones we see here.
Ease of transport
Canon has made it easy to transfer files from its cameras to any device – be it a smartphone or a PC. EOS M6 Mark II takes advantage of Canon connectivity features,
allowing for easy WLAN and Bluetooth transmission. In addition, there is a USB Type-C port
We mainly use it to transfer files from camera to PC. For many older school students,
the HDMI port is not left but the 3.5mm headphone jack no longer exists.
Canon claims that the fully charged M6 Mark II can take around 305 shots,
410 shots in Eco mode, 80-minute video recording or 4-hour photo preview.
We advise you not to preview images for too long on the camera. Through our mixed-use, we easily obtained 250+ shots,
but 300+ shots are a bold claim. We’ll get many shots to use just to carefully shoot the camera.
Power saving settings like the screen are turned off after 15 seconds,
and automatic power off is sure to be useful after 30 seconds of inactivity. But ECO mode saves today.
Most aspects of Canon M6 Mark II are correct. Shooting incredibly detailed shots to make handling the camera so easy,
Canon Beat Us. Prices may be lower to attract larger audiences, but they offer much more and are intended for professional use instead of just pointing and taking pictures.
We want the stock lens to support optical image stabilization for better video and the camera has included the viewfinder, but this is a drawback.
In general, the M6 Mark II is not for everyone, and certainly not for beginners who may not want to take full advantage of the camera’s capabilities.
But it’s a good option to consider when upgrading from a low-end DSLR that you want to travel with light equipment and spend more time capturing beautiful moments.