The Canon EOS R6 is a full-frame mirrorless camera with a fully articulated screen. It's well-built and comfortable to use, though it can be a bit heavy with its kit lens attached. This versatile camera offers remarkable image quality and an impressive photo autofocus system that can track fast-moving subjects and keep them in focus. If you like to record videos, it also has great video quality in both 4k and FHD. However, it doesn't offer a lot of frame rate options for recording slow-motion video, which can be disappointing for some users.
The Canon R6 is satisfactory for travel photography. It has incredible image quality, and its impressive photo autofocus system helps track moving subjects and keep them in focus. Its low minimum shutter speed helps you take long-exposure photographs, too. However, though it's well-built and comfortable to use, it can be a bit heavy with its kit lens attached.
The Canon R6 is great for landscape photography. This well-built camera is comfortable to use, and its screen is bright enough to be readable even in direct sunlight. It also has incredible image quality, though its lens has some noticeable light falloff, so the edges of your photo may appear darker than the center.
The Canon R6 is impressive for sport and wildlife photography. It has a fantastic image quality, and its great autofocus system helps track fast-moving subjects and keep them in focus. If you like to take burst photography, it has a remarkable high continuous shooting speed of 18 frames per second in silent mode. Unfortunately, it takes a long time to clear its buffer, which can be inconvenient.
The Canon R6 is satisfactory for vlogging. Thanks to its fully articulated screen, you're able to see yourself while you record, which is handy. It has impressive 4k and FHD video quality, and it does a great job smoothing out camera shake if you record while walking or running. Unfortunately, it's a bit heavy with its kit lens attached, which can be a bit inconvenient.
The Canon R6 is amazing for studio video. It has great video quality in both 4k and FHD, and its video autofocus system helps track moving subjects and keep them in focus. It also has lots of inputs for accessories like headphones and a microphone, which is handy.
The Canon R6 isn't designed for action video. With its kit lens, it's quite heavy and not very portable, and it can't really be strapped on a helmet. It doesn't support a lot of frame rate options in FHD, so you can't really record slow-motion video. That said, it has impressive video quality in both 4k and FHD, and its video stabilization feature does a good job smoothing out camera shake if you record while moving.
Update 03/08/2021: While the maximum aperture (full frame equivalent) was previously listed as 7.1, this was inaccurate. We updated the result to correct our error.
The Canon EOS R6 is available in 'Black'. We tested it with the RF24-105mm F4-7.1 is STM lens, and you can see the label for the model we tested here.
You can also purchase this camera with an RF 24-105mm F4 L is USM lens, or without a lens at all. However, we haven't the performance of these variants.
If you come across another version, let us know in the discussions so we can update our review.