Canon Showcases New EOS M6 ILC and New Optional EVF

Canon_EOS_M6_Black_LCD-up_1200px.jpgCanon continues to update their mirrorless ILC line, with the latest addition being the new EOS M6. While Canon was a little late to the ILC game, they've produced some pleasing models in the last couple years, like the EOS M5 we currently have in for testing.

The new EOS M6 now holds the top-of-the-line spot in the M-series lineup, with Canon designing the camera with professionals and advanced enthusiast in mind.

Along with some advanced features, like a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS Image sensor, DIGIC 7 processor, and Dual Pixel CMOS AF, Canon has designed the M6 to fit the hands better than your typical, compact ILC. With an enlarged hand-grip on the right hand side, raised controls and dials, and an articulating LCD screen; the M6 looks like it will be very comfortable to handle and use.

See our Canon EOS M6 Preview for more details.

Canon_EVF-DC2_BLACK_500px.jpgAlongside the new M6, Canon has also unveiled a new Electronic Viewfinder, dubbed the EVF-DC2. This unit is smaller than past optional EVF units, yet offers incredible resolution thanks to 2.36 million dots. Pricing and availability are to be announced at a later date. Like the new M6, this EVF will be available in back or silver.

Visit Canon's website to learn more about the EVF-DC2.