The 6D Mark II was first released in 2017, succeeding the 6D, hence, the Mark II also uses the same recipe as that of 6D. This is the camera for enthusiasts who want to upgrade themselves to a full-frame camera with less complexity. The 26.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor has dual-pixel technology for accurate autofocus during live video shooting. Also, it has a 45-point autofocus system which is the same as that of 80D. However, it does not provide 4k videos and has a shooting range of 1080p at 60 frames per second. The device has a burst rate of 6.5fps which is a huge improvement.
The 3-inch LCD screen is a vari-angle display and a touch-sensitive. It has the weather resistance body which comes handy in outdoor shooting and travel. Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth are available which enables location services, instant mobile sharing, and remote control. However, this camera is slightly heavier than the others on the list and does not have image stabilization.