Canon EOS M6 II Field Test Part II: Rounding out our real-world testing with sports, low-light, video + more


posted Friday, October 25, 2019 at 8:44 PM EST

Click here to read part two of my Canon M6 Mark II Field Test


A couple of weeks ago, I published my first field test for the Canon EOS M6 Mark II. (Not already read it? I highly recommend starting there for a discussion of ergonomics and handling, lens selection, customizability and daytime image quality.) And now, I've followed up with my second and final field test, wrapping things up for the real-world portion of our M6 II review.

In this second part, I take a look at some sports shooting -- go karts, specifically -- to follow on from the shooting senior editor William Brawley did for our hands-on preview video at Canon's launch event, which took place at the Road Atlanta circuit. I've also tried out the updated face / eye-detection of the M6 II, as well as its overhauled 4K, Full HD and slow-motion video capture capabilities.

And to top all of that off, I've published a raft of real-world night shots spanning the entire sensitivity range, and offered my verdict on low-light image quality and performance. For the full story, read on in part two of my Canon M6 II field test now!


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