Canon T6s Sample Gallery: Take a wilderness hike with this new beefed-up flagship Rebel
posted Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 4:07 PM EST
Wildlife and landscape photographer Jeremy Gray's in-depth Canon T6s Shooter's Report is just around the corner, but in the meantime, we've received his vast selection of real-world gallery images shot with Canon's brand-new, higher-res Rebel DSLR. With tweaked external design and controls as well as beefed-up internals, such as the 70D's 19-pt AF system and a newly-designed 24.2MP APS-C sensor, the T6s aims to narrow the gap between an entry-level and mid-range DSLR.
Up in the now-thawed, in-bloom Maine wilderness, Jeremy sends us a wide variety of gallery photos, including expansive seaside and mountainous landscapes, up-close wildlife and nature shots as well as some explorative tests of the ISO range and scene effects.
If you're curious about handling characteristics, autofocus and burst performance as well as video quality and other real-world shooting experience notes, be sure to stay tuned for our T6s Shooter's Report. For now, get a sense of the camera's image quality with its new higher-res sensor with our Canon T6s Gallery Images. There you can view and download full-resolution, un-edited JPEG images as well as RAW files for many of the gallery shots, too!