Canon's EOS M6 mirroless strips the viewfinder from the M5
The EOS M6, Cannon's [UNKNOWN] model to replace its middle child, M3, is designed from the same people that all of the other entry [UNKNOWN] folks are targeting, people who want something small, but with the same photo quality as a cheap ish DSLR.
Like the Rebel T7I, aka the EOS 800D everywhere else, And the EOS 77D, the M6 incorporate a 24.2 megapixel duo pixel C must sensor.
And the newest digit 7 processor.
In fact he M6 is basically the M5 with the slightly redesigned body and no view finder.
The viewfinder's option, but it's the M5's viewfinder in a hot shoe compatible design, the mode dial that doesn't lock and that's located on the right instead of the left with the M5's dial function control stacked beneath the exposure compensation dial.
It also has a comparably sized but lower resolution 3.2 inch touchscreen, and the M6's flips up for selfies and groupies As well as something down.
Given the similarity of the internals of the two cameras, it's not surprising that the specs match as well, including seven frame per second continuous shooting with auto focus and 1080 60 p video recording.
Keep in mind while it has five axis stabilization.
Canon's version is optical plus digital, not the better performing optical plus sensor shift that all of its competitors use.
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