Canon EOS 6D Mark II 26.2MP Digital SLR Camera with EF24-105 mm f/4L is II USM Lens

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  • 26.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor
  • Dual pixel CMOS AF
  • 45-point all cross-type AF up to 6.5fps continuous shooting
  • ISO: 100 to 40000 (expandable to 102400)
  • GPS, Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth low energy


Last updated on 30 March 2022 10:59 am

Specification: Canon EOS 6D Mark II 26.2MP Digital SLR Camera with EF24-105 mm f/4L is II USM Lens



Special Features

‎E-TTL II Auto Flash, Metered Manual


‎EOS 6D Mark II

Model Year


Product Dimensions

‎7.5 x 14.4 x 11.1 cm, 765 Grams


‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎EOS 6D Mark II


‎EF24-105mm Lens, Strap,Eyecup, Battery Charger, Battery Pack, AC Cable

Hardware Interface

‎Secure Digital Card

Optical Sensor Resolution

‎26.2 MP



Mounting Hardware

‎EOS 6D Body, EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM, Battery Pack, Battery Charger, Lens Cap, Eye Cup

Display Technology

‎Fully articulated LCD

Standing screen display size

‎3 Inches

Display Type


Image Stabilization


Optical Zoom

‎4 x

Max Resolution

‎26.2 MP



Max Vertical Resolution

‎4000 Pixels

Connector Type

‎Wi-Fi, NFC

Device interface - primary


Min Focal Length

‎24 Millimeters

Video Capture Resolution



‎7.2 Volts

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Battery Cell Composition

‎Lithium Ion

Continuous Shooting Speed

‎6.5 fps

Max Shutter Speed


Min Shutter Speed


Form Factor


Flash Modes Description


Lens Type


Viewfinder Type


Has Auto Focus


Includes Rechargable Battery


Has Self Timer


Item Weight

‎765 g

8 reviews for Canon EOS 6D Mark II 26.2MP Digital SLR Camera with EF24-105 mm f/4L is II USM Lens

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  1. Amazon Customer

    This is one of the best Full Frame gear that any one can afford to start with photography.( Value for Money)
    Picture Quality is good.
    Enjoing using this gear for my use.

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  2. iShahrukh

    Canon 6D Mark II is the most anticipated camera after 5D Mark IV in recent times, whilst we have been expecting its launch from October 2016. Finally, I have the pleasure of both using and reviewing it, which is quite a pleasing experience till now. The introduction of 6D Mark II came after a long wait of 5 years since the inception of 6D, thereby packed with much changes and technological advancements.

    :::::::::::::::::::: Why 6D Mark II ? ::::::::::::::::::::
    Whenever there is a launch of the new model, we are faced with an ever gripping question – Should I buy it?
    Before elaborating on it, I would like you to know two things if you are sticking to Canon:
    a) 5D Mark III – Almost unavailable in the market.
    b) 5D Mark IV – Costs almost double than 6D Mark II.

    :::::::::::::::::::: Positives ::::::::::::::::::::
    After my hands on the device and using it for few weeks, I am quite satisfied with it. Some of the noticeable advantages of the Mark II are summarized below:

    1) Extremely Cost Efficient Full Frame Camera – 6D Mark II is the most cost-effective DSLR among all the Canon EOS Full Frame devices and stands tall with technological advancements.

    2) Significant Technological Upgrades – There have been significant technological upgrades as compared to 6D model and its presence is felt with each passing click. The changes are:
    i) Resolution: Mark II flaunts 26.2MP, an increase from 20.6MP.
    ii) Digital Imaging Integrated Circuit (DIGIC): There has been an upgrade to DIGIC 7, up from the available DIGIC 5+ in 6D. DIGIC 7 is much efficient in the handling of the heavy image file, thereby saving them to the memory much faster than DIGIC 5+.
    iii) Focus Points: 45 autofocus points (all cross type), a jump from 11 autofocus points (centre cross type). However, the autofocus points are seemed to be crammed at the centre, like all other full frame cameras. Naturally, the presence of all cross type helps in fast focusing.
    iv) Frames per Second (fps): Both the Canon’s 6D supports 1080p recording, but, the fps rate has been raised from 30fps to 60fps.
    v) Weather Resistant: 6D Mark II has debuted the weather resistant feature which is a ‘cherry on the cake’.

    3) ISO – Mark II has normal ISO in the range of 100 to 40,000 and it can be extended to the range of 50 to 1,02,4000. The video ISO, however, has the range in between 100 to 25,600.
    In most of the cases, the noise will be negligible while taking pictures in ISO 1600 and even the clicks taken in ISO range of 3200 to 6400 will be usable for most purposes. However, it is to be noted that the option of using the pictures on occasions will continue to be diminished as we increase the ISO from 1600. Many use the ETTR (Expose To The Right) strategy to lower the noise in pictures, however, doing so can have slight issues in Dynamic Range, in comparison to other DSLRs. I was expecting Mark II to handle the Dynamic Range better, but it is not the case.

    4) Availability of Remote Shutter App – Canon has application both for Android and Apple devices which communicates with the camera via Wi-Fi. You can use the app for camera remote, image viewing, to name a few. It is indeed a positive approach of Canon in ‘delighting us always’.

    5) Lightest in the Class – The total weight of the body along with the battery stands at mere 765gms. According to the Canon website, it is the lightest DSLR in the EOS Full Frame line up. Having a light full frame camera in everyday life is such a relief that I cannot sketch my excitement in words.

    6) Vari-Angle Touch Panel – The Mark II is packed with a vari-angle touch panel which has multiple benefits. It helps in varied angle photos, while touch panel has packed in ease of the touch.

    7) Digital 5 Axis Image Stabilization – Mark II is also pampered with Digital 5 Axis Image Stabilization which makes it quite easy to record video, nullifying the effects of unintentional shakes, both vertical or horizontal. It is highly useful while recording at 1080p, in both 30 and 60 fps.

    :::::::::::::::::::: Negatives ::::::::::::::::::::
    Even the best performing devices have flaws in it and these are some of the shortcomings, I cannot seem to ignore:

    1) Missing Inbuilt Flash — Following the trend, the Mark II lacks an inbuilt flash which did not come to me as a surprise. Though it does not affect my decision of owning it as I do not prefer using on-camera flash under any situation, it might be disappointing to few.

    2) Menu Driven Controls — Mark II lacks dedicated control buttons and is infused with menu driven controls. Usually, the professionals who are involved in photography for a long time will surely find bit uneasy using the menu-driven controls as it will not only delay their performance but also will lead to frustration. We wish for hassle-free experience while using a camera and this feature has surely not helped the cause.

    3) Single SD Card Slot — Not having a second slot clearly hinders the peace of mind and we have to constantly keep track of the storage. While the liberty of saving different image formats in separate cards is shattered, not having a backup of the picture is tad terrifying.

    4) Missing 4K Videography — I was in high hopes for the Mark II launch and hands-on with 4K videography was one the vital reason for it. It surely came to me as a shock that Mark II has no 4K videography, but, taking the price bracket into consideration it surely doesn’t make me disappointed.

    :::::::::::::::::::: Miscellaneous ::::::::::::::::::::
    These are some of the features which I could not include either add in pros or cons:
    1) Mark II has backward compatibility with lenses from past 30 years, with the exception of APS-C camera’s EF-S / EF-M lenses.
    2) There is no option for adjusting LCD’s Brightness but is sufficiently bright for most occasions.
    3) The image quality of Mark II seems identical to the range of 5D S / SRs. It is to be however noted that the hard-core professionals, using their professional skills might find some enhancements which will have no effect on either normal or semi-professional user.

    :::::::::::::::::::: Conclusion ::::::::::::::::::::
    Taking all points into consideration, I would term this a good buy. The close competitor to Canon 6D Mark II will be Nikon D750, which is a 3 years’ old model. In my opinion, Nikon D750 produces the same picture quality, despite being cheaper than Canon Mark II. However, the video quality on 6D Mark II is much better than D750.

    It will be an ideal buy for those who are considering owning a Canon full frame camera. Also, one who wishes to upgrade from 6D can definitely think of it as an option due to the added advantages as discussed in the review.

    ::::::: If you are in need of clarification or have other questions, please feel free to contact me via ‘Send an Email’ button on my profile. Additionally, you can also comment on this review to get your query answered. :::::::

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  3. shaik maqsood

    This is my review about the product received and initial testing of about 1000 photos and a few videos.

    First the package – As shown in the pictures and described. No complains.
    Delivery time – spot on, received it under 48 hours of order.
    Packaging – Decent enough, no complains
    Sealed box – check
    Inside the box – Camera, lens, battery, charger, strap. everything there and intact.
    Warranty – registered the products without any issues for a 2 year warranty.

    Initial impressions of the camera and lens.
    Boy is it heavy!!!
    The Camera and lens together feel heavy if you are coming from ceop sensor cameras. Good heavy I mean. Feels solid.

    The camera menu takes some getting used to though. But the touch screen makes it easy to navigate around different settings

    The Lens! Simply wow. The flexibility you get with this lens is just awesome. Without compromising on image quality at any focal length (unless you pixel peep around the edges at 24 or 105).

    Images are crisp and clean with great color science. Dont need to edit much with colours post. Although the shadows and highlights may need some tweaking when shooting low light. Also noticed over exposure when shooting Aperture priority, need pulling down during or post clicking.
    Get a 70 MBps plus UHS 1 card for burst, else the lag is significant.
    Decent Videos at 1080 24, 30 and 60. Not much to talk about here.

    Will try and follow up with a more detailed review once I have used it enough.

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  4. Deepak Mehta

    Everything is okay but bill pe serial no wrong hai
    Means i think its imported piece and wrong gst bill picture quality is best

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  5. Siddharth

    To start with, i was a user of canon 550d for years. So anyhow this camera was suppose to be a big improvement for me.

    Just in case you are planning it to buy now, wait for the canon full frame mirrorless instead.

    The overall experience of the camera is great. The only major problem i experienced is the cramped up autofocus points. Its annoying. Period.

    I am not into videos so not having 4k wasnt a big deal for me. The 4k timelapse is awesome though!

    Battery life is great, dpaf is “almost” great, display is great, form factor, weight, everything else is great except those focus points!(cries in corner)

    I have attached few photos from the camera.
    Ping me up in case of any queries

    Instagram : @bangerasiddharth

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  6. Mayank Gupta

    I preferred 6Dmkii over eos RP because,
    Higher frames per sec.
    Better battery life.
    Cheaper in price.

    4k in EOS RP doesn’t have proper codec or DPAF so it’s useless. Also, the 3.5 frames per sec is too slow.
    Apart from newer processor and light weight it don’t have much to offer.
    Either go for EOSR and 5Dmk4 or stay with eos6Dmkii

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  7. Rahul

    It’s fake not real

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  8. Mandar Gupte

    A full frame camera that comes within reasonable budget and works wonderfully.

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