No doubt, the Canon EOS R5 is a fantastically powerful camera, but it is also on the more expensive side of things, and it might have more features than you actually need. The EOS R6 contains a lot of the advanced capabilities of its big cousin but comes in at a much more affordable price. Does that make it the best all-around mirrorless camera? This great video review takes a look at how the R6 holds up after a few months.
Coming to you from Hyun Ralph Jeong, this fantastic video review takes a look at the new Canon EOS R6 and how it holds up after a few months of usage. While the EOS R5 is undoubtedly a fantastic camera, a lot of people do not really need 8K raw video or 45-megapixel images, and the added storage and processing requirements can cause issues as well. On the other hand, the R6 still offers the impressive autofocus and continuous burst rate capabilities of the R5, but with more manageable 4K video (up to 60 fps) and a more standard 20-megapixel sensor, all at a more affordable price ($2,499). Altogether, the R6 looks to be a fantastic all-around option; check out the video above for the full rundown.