The Canon 6D Mark II is officially here and it’s almost everything we hoped it would be. The original Canon 6D went a long way to making the full frame DSLR format more accessible than previously possible. The 6D Mark II carries that mantle forward with an impressive set of photography features. [Read more…]
The Canon 6D Mark II has been a very leaky camera. Now, we’ve got photos and leaked specs of the upcoming camera.
The specs confirm basically what we’ve been seeing for awhile now. I think this is looking like one of the best Canon DSLR releases since the Canon 7D.
Canon 6D Mark II Leaked Specifications
- 26.2MP Full Frame CMOS Sensor
- Dual Pixel AF
- 45-point AF (all cross-type)
- ISO 40,000 max sensitivity (up to ISO 102,400 extended)
- Full HD with 5-axis electronics image stabilization
- 3-inch Vari-angle LCD
- Dimensions: 144 x 110.5 x 74.8mm
- Weight: 765g
More images below. [Read more…]
In the last rumor update on the Canon 6D Mark II, I was hoping that the 6D Mark II would come in at or below the $2100 price point of the original Canon 6D. New credible info from Canon Rumors reveals that the retail price will be $1,999 when it is officially unveiled next week!
While the 6D Mark II doesn’t look like it has the whiz-bang video features of the 5D Mark IV, it looks like it has some serious chops as a still image shooter. It’s rumored to be a full frame DSLR with a 26MP sensor with a 45-point AF system with all cross-type points.
Of course, the 1080/60p video capture on the full frame sensor is going to do well enough, it’s not quite cutting edge as a 2017 HDSLR. With the updated AF, high-res full frame sensor and sub-$2,000 price, it looks like a well-timed and welcome photography tool at a substantially-discounted price from the state-of-the-art 5D Mark IV.
We should know everything for certain next week on the 6D Mark II’s expected announcement date of June 29.
B&H is offering an unpublished deal on the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 this week for $79.99 after all rebates. The current mail-in rebate gets the price down to $129.99 (reg. $379.99). You don’t see this deal when you just go to the website but when you use the coupon code BHOPTICS17 at checkout, you get another $50 instant rebate for a final price of $79.99.
I don’t know for sure how long this coupon code will last but there are only a couple times a year when you see deals like this on the PIXMA PRO-100. Check it out while it lasts here at B&H Photo.
Canon has instant rebates available now on select DSLRs when packaged with storage kits that include a Western Digital external hard drive, along with a free SanDisk memory card. For example, the Canon 5D Mark IV is $3299 ($200 instant savings), which includes a 4TB WD USB 3.0 external drive and a 64GB Extreme Pro SDXC memory card.
The sale includes the following Canon EOS DSLRs:
- Canon 80D
- Canon 7D Mark II
- Canon 6D
- Canon 5D mark IV
- Canon 5Ds R
- Canon 5Ds
- Canon 5D Mark III
- Canon 1D X Mark II
Check out all of the deals and kits here at B&H Photo.
The Canon EOS C200 is the latest cinema camera in the Cinema EOS System. It is a balancing act between the entry-level C100 Mark II and the broadcast and cinema standard C300 Mark II. With a starting price of $5999 for the stripped-down C200B (body only) model, the C200 becomes the cheapest 4K cinema camera option in Canon’s line. [Read more…]
Product photos of the upcoming Canon Cinema EOS C200 have leaked out ahead of its official announcement. The model name suggests this will slot in between the entry-level C100 Mark II and the more advanced C300 Mark II, the latter of which now offers 4K capture in this latest generation. [Read more…]
The Canon 6D Mark II has been on deck for quite a while now and we are starting to see more info leak out with the certification bodies. Additionally, the Canon Rebel SL2 appears to be set to launch with or around the same time of the 6D Mark II in July 2017. [Read more…]
I’ve gone on and on about Canon’s need to enter the full frame mirrorless market. While some of its more recent mirrorless cameras are intriguing, we aren’t going to take Canon seriously until it comes out with a camera that can actually go head-to-head with the Sony A7 line. [Read more…]