- Is the EOS 6D Mark II the Perfect Travel Camera?
“It'll be really beneficial for when I want to shoot from above, but also when I want to get down quite low. I'll still be able to see what my perspective is.”
“One of the features that I think will come in handy is this new screen.”
Save space for other important travel gear when shooting with the EOS 6D Mark II. More room for an extra lens!
“One of the first things I noticed is how lightweight the body is, which is really important for a travel photographer.”
“I’m often in remote locations and shooting in Live-view mode, so having the extra battery life is really important.”
Check out how the EOS 6D Mark II compares with the original EOS 6D.
"Travelling solo, it’s actually something I do quite a bit. In the past I’ve had to use the ten-second timer.”
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