Canon EOS RP vs Canon EOS 6D Mark II. Canon has released its entry-level full-frame mirrorless EOS RP camera for just $1300, let’s take a look at Canon EOS RP vs Canon EOS 6D Mark II comparison within the specs sheet.
The EOS RP is a much cheaper entry point into Canon’s new EOS R system, features a 26MP CMOS sensor, Digic 8 processor and Dual Pixel AF system with 88% x 100% coverage and Eye AF. The camera can capture 4K/24p video with a substantial crop and has HDMI, headphone and microphone sockets.
Canon EOS RP vs Canon EOS 6D Mark II
Canon EOS RP vs Canon EOS 6D Mark II – Comparison. Find out how the new Canon EOS RP mirrorless camera matches up against the original EOS R.
|Canon EOS RP||Canon EOS 6D Mark II|
|Sensor and Camera Features|
|Image Resolution||6240 x 4160
|6240 x 4160
|Body Image Stabilization||No||No|
|Native ISO||Min 100 – Max 40000||Min 100 – Max 40000|
|Full ISO Settings||Auto, 100 – 40000 in 1/3 or 1EV steps, Expandable to L (50), H1 (51200) and H2 (102400)||Auto, 100 – 40000 in 1/3 or 1EV steps, Expandable to L (50), H1 (51200) and H2 (102400)|
|Startup Time||0.5 seconds|
|AF System and Shooting|
|Auto Focus Type||Dual-Pixel CMOS AF: 4779 selectable AF points; Face+Tracking AF, Spot AF, 1-point AF, Expand AF Area, Zone AF; Touch and Drag AF; Eye-AF||OVF: AF-dedicated CMOS sensor, 45-points, up to 45 cross-type (f/5.6), 1 dual-cross (f/2.8 and f/5.6), 27 support f/8 (9 cross-type); Live View: Dual-Pixel CMOS AF|
|Continuous Shooting Speed / Burst Mode||Auto, 100 – 40000 in 1/3 or 1EV steps, Expandable to L (50), H1 (51200) and H2 (102400)||Auto, 100 – 40000 in 1/3 or 1EV steps, Expandable to L (50), H1 (51200) and H2 (102400)|
|Shutter Speed Range||1/4000 – 30 sec||1/4000 – 30 sec|
|JPEG Buffer Size||Unlimited||98|
|AW Buffer Size||Unlimited||20|
|LCD Resolution||1,040,000 dots
|Tilt Swivel Screen||Yes||Yes|
|Top Deck Display||No||Yes|
|Viewfinder||EVF / LCD||Optical / LCD|
|Viewfinder Type||EVF: 2.36M dot OLED, 100% coverage, 0.70x magnification, 22mm eyepoint, -4 to +1 diopter, eye sensor||SLR type; eye-level pentaprism, ~98% coverage, ~0.71x magnification, 21mm eyepoint, -3 to +1 diopter|
|Video Resolution||3840×2160 (25p/24p)||1920×1080 (60p/50p/30p/25p/24p)|
|Video File Format||MP4 (Video: MPEG-4 AVC / H.264, Audio: Linear PCM or AAC)||MP4 (Video: H.264 IPB/IPB Light, Audio: AAC); MOV ((Video: H.264 All-I, Audio: Stereo Linear PCM, FHD time-lapse only), Motion JPEG (4K time-lapse only))|
|Memory Card Type||SD / SDHC / SDXC||SD / SDHC / SDXC|
|Dual Card Slot||No||No|
|SD UHS Support|
|Flash and Internal Connections|
|Max Flash Sync Speed||1/180||1/180|
|Internal connections||Mini (Type-C) HDMI, Type-C USB 2.0, Remote Jack, 3.5mm Stereo Mic and Headphone Jacks||Mini HDMI (Type C), Remote Jack, 3.5mm Stereo Mic Jack|
|USB Type||USB 2.0 High Speed,Bluetooth,WiFi||USB 2.0 High Speed,Bluetooth,WiFi|
|Battery Life (CIPA)||210 shots||1200 shots|
|Battery Types||LP-E17 Lithium-ion rechargeable||LP-E6N or LP-E6 Lithium-ion rechargeable|
includes batteries, kit lens
|Price||Buy from Amazon for $1,299.00||Buy from Amazon for $1,299.00|
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