In Focus: EOS M6

Canon's EOS M6 mirrorless camera, with its classy, vintage-like exterior design, boasts of shooting features and performance that rival those of mid-range or higher DSLR cameras such as the high performance DIGIC 7 imaging processor, the speedy Dual Pixel CMOS AF and a continuous shooting speed of up to 9 fps. Read on to find out more!


These are not your normal selfies. Taiwanese self-portrait photographer Chih Han Yang shows us her unique images, and tells us why the EOS M6 is great for self -portraiture. (Photos and text by: Chih Han Yang楊芷涵)


Every camping trip is a one-of-a-kind experience worth treasuring. And with a camera in hand, anyone can go about recording their precious memories. How then does the world look through the eyes (and lens) of a professional photographer? Taiwanese photographer Sean Huang shares with us his photos of a hike up the Junda Forest Road, shot with the EOS M6. (Text and Photos: Sean Huang (鳳梨))


Have you ever been amazed by how much Taipei can be so reminiscent of a European city, with all the dazzling sunshine, clear blue sky, as well as fresh and clean air? At dawn, the morning light bathes the tranquil city in a warm glow, whereas the searing midday sun makes everything a spectacular sight to behold. As the sun sets on the city, the views are enough to make the heart soar, while at night, the city becomes a dazzling sea of lights. Taipei is a truly beautiful city. This time, I set off once more on my road bike, not for training but with my Canon EOS M6 in tow to search for glimpses of the city’s beauty, and to create unforgettable memories. Join me as I take a look at how using the EOS M6 is very similar to riding a road bike. (Text: Bai-Ke-Mian (掰客麵); Photo: Lin Chien-Hung (林建宏); Model: Wilda Hsiao-Wei (小威) (Facebook: Wilda Wang))


The EOS M6 is a strong performer even in low-light scenarios such as in the evening or at night, being equipped with a 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 7 imaging processor. Not only can you capture beautiful sunsets with skies ablaze with rich tones, the improved noise control makes it possible to taking handheld shots of night scenes at a high ISO speed. Here are some features on the EOS M6 you can use to shoot amazing evening and night scenes. (Reported by: Teppei Kohno)


Modern and stylish, the EOS M6 is a mirrorless camera that is well-adapted to cityscapes. Not only is its design superior, the image quality and performance are also flawless. In this article I will introduce my recommended shooting techniques for street photography, focusing on shooting cityscapes with the EOS M6. (Reported by: Teppei Kohno)


Taiwanese photographer Chen Yung Hua, famed for showcasing the beauty of women, used the mirrorless Canon EOS M6 camera for the first time in this shoot. She not only managed to display her unique visual style, but also took advantage of the light weight and flexibility of the EOS M6 to put her subjects at ease and capture natural-looking images of them. The rich details highlight the professional quality of her photos, which easily draws the viewer in. (Photos by: Chen Yung Hua)


Be enchanted by Italy – as seen through the lens of photojournalist Lester Ledesma’s Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera. I’ve been using Canon’s DSLR cameras for travel photography for over 14 years but recently had the pleasure of shooting with the EOS M6, Canon’s latest pocket-sized power shooter, during a trip to Italy. Backed by these razor-sharp EF-M lenses – the EF-M11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM and the EF-M15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM – I captured the historic charm of southern and central Italy with this lightweight shooting kit.


Canon's latest mirrorless camera, the EOS M6, not only boasts enhanced basic performance, but also various shooting features that help fulfill a photographer's shooting intentions. Let’s take a look at the 3 powerful features at its core. (Reported by: Sayaka Suzuki)


Canon has released the EOS M6 mirrorless camera, which is getting attention for its classic, stylish design, while enabling you to enjoy full-fledged photography. In this article, we take a look at the key features of the camera’s classic exterior. (Reported by: Sayaka Suzuki)


At the heart of Singapore’s bustling business hub, surrounded by elegantly gleaming skyscrapers, sits a squat, plain-looking building. Few would give it a second glance.


If you want to ‘eat like a king’, a full-blown royal Thai cuisine meal may be the ultimate way to do it. It won’t just be delicious; but also painstakingly prepared with mind-boggling levels of attention to every tiny detail.


The EOS M6 is the latest model in Canon’s mirrorless lineup, boasting a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF, and WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth capabilities in a light, compact body featuring a handy flip screen. No wonder it’s touted as the photographer’s traveling sidekick. This time, we take the EOS M6 to the markets of Hong Kong, in the hands of photographer Prashant Ashoka.


If you want to ‘eat like a king’, a full-blown royal Thai cuisine meal may be the ultimate way to do it. It won’t just be delicious; but also painstakingly prepared with mind-boggling levels of attention to every tiny detail.


Canon’s latest mirrorless camera, the EOS M6, comes lavish with Canon’s most advanced technologies built into its retro-like appearance. The EOS M6 product launch party was held in Indonesia on the 2nd of March, with Dean Fujioka who livened up the event with his appearance as ambassador. In this report, we will cover the scene at the launch and Dean Fujioka’s theories on photography shared at the event.


Years ago, one could only dream that there would one day be a compact-sized camera that comes with functions and quality of a DSLR. Today, it is no longer a dream. The new EOS M6 is a testament to the possibility of having cutting-edge technologies in a small camera body. It means better quality photos, more versatility in shooting both still images and videos, and most importantly, the operability and portability that comes along with it.


The EOS M6 is the latest addition to the EOS M-series line-up, and its features rival those of mid-range or higher DSLRs. Let’s take a closer look at them.


On 23 February, CP+2017, this year’s instalment of the “World Premiere Show for Camera and Photo Imaging” held annually in Japan, opened at Pacifico Yokohama in Yokohama City. Exhibits included many newly-announced camera products. In this report, we take a closer look at happenings at Canon’s booth in the show.


On 15 February 2017, Canon announced its new mirrorless camera, the EOS M6. Packed with a variety of features and the option of attaching an external viewfinder (EVF), this new camera boasts DSLR-like performance in a compact body, topped with a stylish design reminiscent of vintage cameras.


EOS M6 is a all-rounder mirrorless camera which reflects the best balance of convenient portability and easy functionality. Equipped with advanced technologies which are adopted from the professional EOS range cameras, the compact-size EOS M6 weighs approximately 390 grams and achieves high speed and a sharply precise AF that is capable of capturing fast moving subjects in still or videos. Available in sophisticated black graphite and vintage silver and black combination, the EOS M6 packs a punch with the new APS-C sensor and DIGIC 7 image processor to deliver high image clarity with low noise levels.


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