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Canon Announces EOS R6 Mark II, RF 135mm f/1.8 L, and Speedlite EL-5

Canon Announces EOS R6 Mark II, RF 135mm f/1.8 L, and Speedlite EL-5

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The mirrorless Canon R Series continues to grow and improve. Today, that comes in the shape of their first second-generation release—the EOS R6 Mark II. Sporting a new 24MP full-frame sensor, slightly tweaked exterior, and plenty of under-the-hood improvements this is going to be a serious competitor. Along with the camera is an RF 135mm f/1.8, the new ultimate portrait lens for RF mount, and a mid-range Speedlite EL-5 that should pair nicely with any R Series bodies. 

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EOS R6 Mark II: The Upgraded All-Rounder

It’s hard to believe that the R6 came out over two years ago. As time continues to fly and the speed with which technology improves never seems to slow we are fortunate to be getting a Mark II of this excellent camera already. 

Here are the key features:

  • 24.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor
  • 4K 60p video recording
  • External 6K raw video and internal 4K with oversampling from 6K area
  • Canon Log 3
  • AF with deep learning technology for subject detection, including human, animal, vehicle, horses, trains, and airplanes
  • Movie recording that exceeds 30 minutes
  • Up to 12 fps shooting with mechanical shutter and 40 fps with electronic shutter
  • In-body image stabilization rated to 8 stops

RF 135mm f/1.8 L IS USM Lens: Portrait Excellence

We aren’t hurting for a premium portrait optic for R Series cameras (thanks to the 85mm f/1.2 L and it’s DS sibling), but it never hurts to get something nearly as fast and just a tad longer. That’s where the RF 135mm f/1.8 L IS USM sits. Primed to be the portrait prime for Canon shooters, the fast 135mm lens will create stunning images with a flattering perspective and exceptionally shallow depth of field. 

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