Canon EOS M6 Review: Canon’s latest M camera delivers impressive blend of performance & portability
posted Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 2:35 PM EST
Canon's EOS M6 mirrorless camera joins last fall's EOS M5 in Canon's much-improved M series lineup. Where the EOS M5 brought with it a built-in electronic viewfinder and large 3.2-inch display, the EOS M6 opts for a more compact camera body with no built-in EVF (although you can purchase one and use it via the hot shoe) and a smaller 3-inch display. If some users find the M5 to be too large and expensive, the recent M6 is a nice alternative.
While there are a few differences with regard to the camera body, the EOS M6 and EOS M5 are very similar cameras on the inside. The M6 uses the same 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and includes the impressive DIGIC 7 image processor. In fact, the image quality and performance of the two cameras are the same; the EOS M6, therefore, offers a nice upgrade in performance to the earlier EOS M3.
To read our final take on the Canon EOS M6, click here. To catch up on the rest of our review, click the links below.