Canon will allegedly working on a new entry-level full-frame DSLR camera. The product in question is the Canon 6D Mark II and it is rumored to feature 28MP sensor.
The new model is expected to be announced as of May and June 2017, just after NAB 2017. Accordingly, the release date to take place before the summer of 2017.
Now trusted sources claims that Canon will put a 28-megapixel full-frame sensor into the EOS 6D Mark II. The body design will be smaller and lighter with Dual SD card slots.
Canon 6D Mark II specs list to include 28MP image sensor
The Canon 6D Mark II camera is on sale at a price of $1,499. This is a very good price for a full-frame DSLR with built-in Wi-fi and GPS. According to recent rumors, the upcoming product will cost $1,999.
Rumored EOS 6D Mark II specifications
- All new 28MP sensor (unknow if that’s total or effective megapixels)
- Dual SD slots
- Tilting LCD
- DIGIC 7
- Aiming for a sub $2000 USD body only price
- There has apparently been a lot of internal discussion about the video features and it’s likely we’ll see the camera shoot 4K in some capacity.
- Wifi, NFC & Wireless charging
- Larger viewfinder
The Canon 6D Mark II announcement event will take place during the second quarter of 2017. The release date of the new entry-level DSLR camera mentioned afterwards the NAB 2017.
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