Canon EOS R6

Canon EOS R6
86

Engadget Review

Canon’s EOS R6 is the full-frame camera everyone wished for instead of the EOS R. While the 20-megapixel sensor lacks resolution compared to rivals, it offers in-body stabilization, Dual Pixel autofocus and 10-bit 4K 60 fps video -- all killer specs for a $2,500 camera. On the downside, overheating issues limit recording and recovery times, meaning it’s not a great choice for folks who need to shoot more than 30 minute takes. Otherwise, it’s a great handling camera that delivers excellent photo and video quality.

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Canon EOS R6 review: A perfect hybrid shooter with a big video flaw
The 10-bit 4K video is great, but overheating limits its usefulness.
Steve Dent
Steve DentOctober 09, 2020

Pros

  • 4K 10-bit video
  • 5-axis stabilization
  • Flip-out display
  • Compact size
  • Top-notch video and photo autofocus
  • Good image quality

Cons

  • Overheating issues
  • Middling dynamic range
  • Lousy menus
  • Micro HDMI port
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EOS R6

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Key Specs

TYPE
DSLR
RESOLUTION (EFFECTIVE)
20 megapixels
MEMORY CARD
SD

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