Canon EOS R6 is equipped with a 20.1 megapixel CMOS image sensor based on Canon’s flagship SLR EOS-1D X Mark III. With the newly upgraded full-pixel dual-core CMOS AF II technology, coupled with the high-speed signal reading of the sensor and the high-speed processing of the processor, the EOS R6 can focus faster, and the RF lens can achieve high-speed AF of about 0.05 seconds.
The focus area of the EOS R6 is expanded to a maximum of approximately 100% (portrait) × a maximum of approximately 100% (landscape) of the screen. EOS R6 also supports human face, eye, head detection and focus. In addition, it also provides corresponding animal detection and focus function, which can well identify the eyes, face and body of cats, dogs, birds and other animals, improving The success rate when shooting animals.
The EOS R6 has a maximum continuous shooting speed of about 12 frames per second when using a mechanical shutter, and the EOS R6 has a shutter life of up to 300,000 times. When the electronic shutter is used, a continuous shooting speed of 20 frames per second can be achieved. The maximum number of continuous shooting JPEG/ can reach more than 1000, even if shooting RAW format photos can reach more than 160.
The EOS system is equipped with a five-axis anti-shake system on the camera body for the first time. Even a lens without anti-shake function can use the camera anti-shake system to achieve stable shooting.
When combined with an RF lens with IS optical anti-shake function, lens anti-shake and body anti-shake can be controlled in coordination to achieve the industry’s highest 8-speed anti-shake compensation.
During video shooting, in addition to the work of the dual anti-shake system, video electronic IS can also be used to further improve the stability of dynamic video shooting.
In addition to excellent photo shooting performance, EOS R6’s video shooting is also remarkable. R6 can shoot 4K/60P and Full HD/100P, 120P video with a resolution of 3840×2160.