The source repeated and slightly supplemented the previously published preliminary specifications of the Canon EOS R6 mirrorless camera. As previously reported, this camera will receive a CMOS image sensor with a resolution of 20 megapixels and an image stabilization system. It will allow serial shooting at speeds up to 12 fps with a mechanical shutter and up to 20 fps with electronic. In video mode, 4K resolution will be available at a frame rate of 60 fps. According to new data, at FullHD resolution, the frame rate can be raised to 120 fps.
In addition, the camera is credited with two slots for memory cards, a fixed screen, an electronic viewfinder of lower resolution than the EOS R5. Moreover, it is alleged that the performance level of the EOS R6 is somewhat inferior to the EOS R5 model. The camera will use a new battery, but whether it will be the same as in the EOS R5 is still unknown. According to preliminary data, the announcement of the Canon EOS R6 camera is scheduled for May this year, and sales will begin in June. No price information yet.