Canon EOS R6 II review: An excellent hybrid camera with few flaws

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Canon’s EOS R6 II is the company’s new mainstream hybrid mirrorless camera, offering a great mix of photography and video features. The higher-resolution 24.2-megapixel sensor delivers more detail, and you can now shoot RAW stills at up to 40 fps in electronic shutter mode. Video specs are equally solid, with full sensor 4K supersampled from 6K at up to 60 fps. Autofocus is quick and more versatile than ever thanks to expanded subject detection. It’s still not quite up to Sony’s standards, though, and the microHDMI and lack of a CFexpress slot isn’t ideal.

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