Conclusion from DPReview:
As it should be, the EOS 6D II is a better camera than its predecessor in almost every way. With plenty of resolution, respectable burst shooting speeds and pleasing Canon color, it’s a camera that’s capable of producing great images in a variety of situations. Despite this, it is simply overshadowed by competition that is made up of more capable cameras at similar or lower prices.
Good for: Social and general use, easy capture of casual video clips and those looking for a backup body for Canon full-frame glass.
Not so good for: Photographers needing the best image quality for landscape work, or sports and action photographers needing a more capable autofocus system.
You can read the full review at DPReview.
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