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Canon 5D Mark IV and 6D Mark II Rumor Update

Canon-6D-Mark-II-Image – creative image of Canon 6D Mark II DSLR

According to a latest rumor surfaced over the web, the upcoming Canon 5D Mark IV and Canon 6D Mark II camera will feature Dual-pixel CMOS AF Sensor, 6D Mark II is also rumored to feature tillable display unit….

the above mentioned (Canon fullframe Dual-pixel CMOS sensor) rumor look bit true to me since Canon started upgrading the Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor from entry level DSLRs (SL1, 700D) and after that they added 1st gen of Dual pixel CMOS AF sensor to mid-range APS-C DSLR (70D) and finally the APS-C flagship –> 7D Mark II announced with 2nd gen of Dual-pixel CMOS AF Sensor… so it’s natural processor of upgradation and will soon hit Canon FF DSLRs.

Also see – Canon Zoom Camera with Big Sensor Coming

src- CanonWatch

2 comments to Canon 5D Mark IV and 6D Mark II Rumor Update

  • A

    I’ll be glad if so, but I guess it will be miserable Mothion JPEG codec same as on 1DC and no details 🙁

  • Steve

    Just decided to upgrade from 550 to a 6d with a 24 – 105 lens, but found spec on Nikon D610 better than Canon, but they don’t have a comparable lens! Added to that are these rumours about a new 6d, plus the Cannon cashback deals ending end Jan 2015 – if the new 6d is comparable to the Nikon 610, Canon will have a winning combination with the 24-105 lens, as far as I’m concerned anyway. The Canon 7d Mk Ii looks good but hasn’t got a FF sensor. Decisions, decisions!!!

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