The Canon M6 Mark II is the latest and most powerful camera in Canon's "EOS M" series of APS-C mirrorless cameras. It is the successor of the EOS M6. It has a new 32.5 MP APS-C sensor, currently the highest of all APS-C sensors.
This camera was announced on August 28. There are two colors to choose from black and silver.
The exterior is similar to its predecessor M6, although it's slightly bigger with an improved grip. It has minor design tweaks, but there are some big improvements on the inside. Its CMOS sensor reaches a resolution of 32.5 MP, which is higher than M6's 24.2 MP sensor. Furthermore, it sports a DIGIC 8 image processor compared to DIGIC 7 on its predecessor. It has 143 AF points, while the predecessor only possesses 49 AF points. The continuous shooting speed is up to 14 fps, while 6 fps on its predecessor. Finally, this camera has eye detection.