Please view the snippets at my gallery (select original size): https://www.dpreview.com/galleries/6300223463. It's a great camera and love to hold and shoot. Even so, Canon users can now discover all the creative opportunities offered by in-body IS, including the ability to shoot at slow shutter speeds hand-held for conveying motion blur, or to use low ISOs to minimise noise and maximise dynamic range in low light. The EOS R6 can be used with a huge number of EF-mount options, such as the EF 17-40mm f/4L USM or EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM. Clicking-in the joystick returns the focus to the centre of the frame. Turn the focus ring quickly, and focus distances change very fast. Your personal data won't be recorded until the form has been submitted successfully. We'll see if we can get Canon to shed any light on it. If 80% of my photos were landscapes, cars, planes, I would use a D500/D750 or even D7500. SignumX: unlike the Sony boys I keep my answer on topic with the question. Great camera in most respects, but as a general purpose 'all rounder', I can't help thinking the sensor is a bit limiting. The AF joystick is positioned closer to the viewfinder than on Canon’s DSLRs, and at first I was worried it might be difficult to operate. Provided are Hi-Speed USB (USB 3.1 Gen 2), HDMI micro OUT terminal Type D (smaller than EOS R mini), External Microphone In / Line In (3.5mm diameter stereo mini-jack), Headphone socket (3.5mm diameter stereo mini-jack), and an E3 (not N3) remote release port. On paper, the EOS R6's metering system appears similar to the EOS R's high-performing metering system, featuring 384 zones (24x16). The ability to shoot in complete silence is of great value, ideal for use during quiet events such as weddings, when skittish wildlife are the subjects, and any time movies are simultaneously being recorded with audio. Sure, cameras like the EOS R and RP were great options considering their respective price points, however, they just did not have that wow factor to draw enough customers. But the difference is much less significant for an ISO 200 shot and negligible by the time you've reached ISO 400. - Bryan. Canon recommends using HTP mode if you're shooting HDR PQ images or video, to make sure you capture the brighter highlights that HDRTVs can display. At ISO 800, noise is becoming just perceptible in smooth colored areas of the frame. Even at 20 fps, the R6 can capture 9 seconds of action when using this SD card. What can be observed is the fact that almost no noise floor is visible – it looks like lower stops are simply cut off. anyways, i dont want to have any NR applied to raws, unless i specify that in a setting. Important warning from the owner's manual: As I've said in the comment I don't shoot video with camera, so not very familiar with those settings. It is not overloaded with gimmick features, complex menus and is quite small and light for a DSLR. Canon's cameras routinely deliver the rated frame rate, and tests often show the buffer capacity rating being exceeded. The top positions were dominated by Fuji and another competing camera manufacturer. However it gets the job done very competently and even in very low light. Watch our review to learn more. LOL not so good for .... STILLs and VIDEO? Sometimes the difference between an average image and a great one is separated by milliseconds, and this camera has the speed necessary to catch the perfect peak action moment. However, heat and especially the slow cool-down times will be found limiting for internal recording application of the R6's highest-end resolution and frame rates. IBIS, 20 fps silent, 12fps mechanical, Dual Pixel II, AF system, new sensor 4 or 5 stops shadow recovery, basically same dynamic range as the A7R3/A73. The camera that people are now receiving may actually be slightly better.Canon doesn’t have release notes for v1.1 so we have to rely on first hand accounts at the moment and I don’t think review sites that got early models can update them yet. [Canon USA]. The overall R6 package is a very attractive one. We only send updates about our most relevant articles. Update: note that firmware update version 1.1.1 significantly decreased cool-down times in many situations. I've started a thread on this. Yes it is expensive but should not be near the RP price. Application of non-optional, forced de-noising is a prime example of cooking raws. The R6 will not share that complaint. It turned out when selecting the video option it's showing available time (1h 10m in my case), but that's not what you're going to actually shoot. I'm not an expert but I think those images were not sharp enough. Read the manual, use the camera, repeat. The concept makes a lot of sense. At this price I would be wanting something which would perform a bit better for these kinds of work. But the question is, does its considerable price premium over these cameras bring a tangible reward? The 'One Shot' documentary highlights the incredible amount of preparation and work involved in photographers capturing iconic moments in Olympic history. So much going on that people would rather claim that colour science doesnt exist, or that all RAW are equal, or that we can change colours with the in camera settings, or that one is more accurate without having 2 examples and another showing what the accurate one is supposed to be, etc nonsense. Also noteworthy is that this camera will focus on bright stars in a moderately-dark night sky, a hugely helpful capability when photographing the night sky. I find it funny that Sony bodies have been so criticized and here we have Canon with quite an inferior ability to directly access your functions. The EOS R6 on the other hand can do 12fps (mechanical shutter) or 20fps (electronic shutter) with complete autofocus and exposure tracking. cinema5D GmbH, Kranzgasse 22/9-10, A-1150 Vienna, Austria, Blackmagic Video Assist 3.3 Firmware Update Released - Webcam Support, Metabones EF-GFX Smart Adapter and 1.26x Smart Expander Released, RØDE Vlogger Kits for Smartphone Content Creators Released, Colourlab Ai - Now Available with a Black Friday Discount, Astera NYX Review - The Quest for the Perfect Cinema Lightbulb, TourBox 2020 Review – A Versatile Control Panel for all Your Apps, iFootage Shark Slider Nano Released - First Look Review, Sony FX6 Review First Look – An Almost Perfect Camera. When using the single point, the R6 lets you choose between no fewer than 6072 areas, whereas the EOS R has 5,655 areas. One standout feature is the ease with which you can use your phone as a simple remote shutter release via Bluetooth, which works really well and is much quicker than establishing a Wi-Fi connection. When photographing fast action while counting on the camera's frame rate to capture the perfect point in time, the buffer depth must be adequate to cover the period during which the potential best image could happen. The downsides to Multi-Shot Noise Reduction include: Exposure compensation is +/-3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments. My guess is that the EOS R6 will have a far greater impact on the creative market than the R5 ever will. Note that the IBIS adds a rattling sound (and slight feel) to the camera when powered off (don't worry about this) and a very slight hum when powered on. The EOS R6, as usual, has a fully automatic point-and-shoot mode. Canon EOS R6, RF 24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM at 105mm, 1/320sec at f/8, ISO 200. And even if it had "no negative side efffects" non-optional processing of raw files is an issue. I appreciate the nose relief this design affords. Let's look at the Canon EOS R6 resolution test results Is the Nikon camera division actually in business in any usual sense of the word? Canon’s JPEG colour output is very attractive, but I prefer to use the Fine Detail picture style rather than the default Standard option, as it provides more refined sharpening. When in Manual mode with auto ISO selected and the camera's metering active, over- and under-exposure is adjusted by the top Quick Control dial. While the electronic first curtain shutter method creates a result similar to the mechanical option, the electronic shutter creates an angular shift effect. The Panasonic S1, which outperforms this camera in nearly every way except autofocus and burst shooting, at the same price yet released 2 years early, only scores 88%. 20yrs worth of consistent testing here. The EOS R6 has a magnesium alloy chassis, providing a rigid and protective yet lightweight structure for the camera. Yes, I noted that difference in my previous comment: https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canon-eos-r6-review?comment=9702582639. The lens cap remained on (insuring a black image with the smallest file size), the battery was near full charge, and freshly-formatted fast memory cards were used, Neither of those features were worth £1000 to me personally. The EF-GFX Smart Expander makes it possible to use nearly any EF lens — even third-party lenses — to work with Fujifilm's GFX mirrorless cameras. 14% more powerful than the Canon LP-E6N (1865 mAh) utilized in a large number of previous EOS camera models. 0. The longest exposure possible in-camera when using the electronic shutter is 0.5 sec. @all How did DPR prove that NR is applied to raw?Since they use ACR, we don't know whether ACR applied it when converting raw to sth we can look at a computer screen (e.g. After all the R5 costs more and has a newer sensor.