Enhance your shooting with unprecedented levels of speed, operational ease, image quality and low light shooting on the Full-frame Mirrorless EOS R6.
Image Stabilization is now possible when using non stabilized lenses. Combined with selected Canon RF lenses, IBIS works in tandem with lens-based Image Stabilizer to deliver coordinated control and reduce camera-shake blur up to an incredible 8 stops of shutter speed.
Instant backup is possible by writing direct to both cards at the same time, or record one file type to one card and another type to the 2nd card.
Track subjects to every corner of the frame with 100% x 100% AF frame coverage. Advanced AF subject tracking for human eye, face and head detect and animal eye, face and whole body detect.
Flexible movie shooting with a range of compression options and frame rates to fit your vision
Shoot at up to 20 frames per second with full autofocus and auto exposure tracking support with electronic shutter
Camera with RF 24-105 F/4-7.1IS STM Lens
Compatible with EOS R5 & R6
Compatible with EOS R series cameras
Compatible with EOS R series, EOS 5D Series & EOS 90D
Full Frame CMOS
Up to 12 fps mechanical and 20fps electronic
EV -6.5 - 20
3" LCD touch screen with approx 1.62 million dots
2x SD Card
RAW, HEIF, JPEG
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