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Dual Pixel CMOS inside

While it incorporates a new version of Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS sensor, which has autofocus sensors on-chip, it uses the same autofocus system as the 80D.

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Connections

The 6DM2 drops the proprietary "AV Out" connection for a more up-to-date USB.

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Back

The lock switch has changed, but otherwise all the controls are identical to the 5-year-old 6D.

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Card slot

It still has the cheap-feeling SD card slot cover.

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Top

The only change on top is the addition of a button to access the focus-area controls that are in Canon's other current models.

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Articulated LCD

The 6DM2 is the first full-frame Canon camera to have a flip-and-twist display. 

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Front

The remote connector has moved to the front from the side.

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With optional battery grip

The grip takes two batteries.

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No in-camera flash

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Front with pro kit lens

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Body-only kit

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Side

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Kit with the cheaper 24-105mm f3.5-5.6 STM lens

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Front redux

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Front reduxdux

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Kit with pro 24-105mm lens

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Articulated LCD

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With battery grip

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Side connections

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Front

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Top

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