Canon EOS 6D Mark II and 5D Mark IV Will Feature Dual Pixel AF

According to a trusted source, Canon EOS 6D Mark II and Canon EOS 5D Mark IV will feature a sensor with Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS Auto-Focus technology. And the EOS 6D Mark II will feature a tilt-able display.

The previors rumor said EOS 5D Mark IV would feature 4k video and would be announced in 2015.

Apparently, EOS-1D X’s next iteration will not come with the Dual Pixel AF.

Although the Canon 5D Mark IV is allegedly coming sometime in 2015, the release date of the 6D Mark II remains unknown. Meanwhile, take these details with a large grain of salt and stay tuned for more!

Amazon is selling the Canon 6D for a price a little under $1,700, courtesy of a $200 rebate.

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From CW’s take:

Dual Pixel AF on Canon’s next enthusiast and semi-pro full-frame DSLRs makes sense. First, Dual Pixel AF is a groundbreaking technology that has to and will be featured on all next Canon DSLRs. Second, Dual Pixel AF is a videographers dream. The 5D Mark IV will be committed to videography as the 5Ds before. Third, Canon just announced their first STM zoom lens with EF mount (i.e. for FF DSLRs), the EF 24-105mm IS STM; Dual Pixel AF and STM lenses work perfectly together. The fact that there is a full-frame STM zoom lens gives some credit to the rumor.