The Canon EOS M6 is a compact 24MP APS-C mirrorless digital camera with twin dial controls and a touch screen interface. Starting at $779 for the body, it takes the guts of the EVF-equipped EOS M5 and puts them in an updated version of the M3 body. It sits in Canon's M lineup between the M3 and M5, and is sold with the 15-45 and 18-150mm lenses as kit options for $899 and $1,279 respectively.
As usual, Canon has a different view of the market from everybody else, leaving the M6 as either an expensive, better-built alternative to entry-level mirrorless rivals or as a mid-level/enthusiast model shorn of a viewfinder. Either way, it looks a bit pricey. Its level of build and controls puts it up against the throwback style of the Olympus PEN F, Panasonic's 4K-capable GX85/80, Sony's value-tastic a6000 and Fujifilm's rather aged X-E2s.
It's also interesting to compare it with Canon's own Rebel series. With its twin control dials and very similar underlying hardware, the M6 is essentially an EOS 77D but without the bulk/utility of an optical viewfinder and with a smaller choice of lenses (unless you forfeit some of the size benefit and use an adapter). The difference in list price is $120 or you can get an M6 kit for the price of a body-only 77D.Read More...
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