Canon EOS M6 Field Test: Compact mirrorless ILC shows Canon’s continued improvements to M series


posted Friday, April 28, 2017 at 10:30 AM EST

Click here to read our Canon EOS M6 Field Test


Earlier this year, we Field Tested the Canon EOS M5 and found it to be an impressive mirrorless entry from Canon and a big improvement in numerous ways over its predecessors. Canon has expanded their mirrorless lineup with the Canon EOS M6, which shares many features with the M5 but eschews a built-in electronic viewfinder and sells for less money. We took the Canon EOS M6 out into the field to see how it handled and the results were mostly positive.

The Canon M6 relies on a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor and uses Canon’s DIGIC 7 processor to deliver good images in a wide variety of situations. To read about how the Canon EOS M6 fared during real-world shooting, read our Canon EOS M6 Field Test.

Canon EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM at 33mm (53mm equivalent), f/8.0, 1s, ISO 100. This image has been modified.

Canon EOS M6 Field Test