Word on the street is that Canon has a new DSLR in the works in the form of the Canon EOS 6D MK II. We’ve heard some rumors about the camera, but the folks at Canon Rumors have since published a blog post in which additional details have been revealed, such as its specs and also potential pricing.

Starting with specs, what we’re looking at is a camera that will sport a 26MP CMOS sensor which will be powered by Canon’s DIGIC 7 image processor. We’re also talking about video capture features such as Full HD 1080p at 60fps, support for SD cards, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, and a vari-angle 3-inch LCD touchscreen display.

The camera will also have a 45 AF point system that will be cross-type, and in terms of pricing, we’re looking at a price tag of $1,999 for the body-only. According to Canon Rumors, this is actually $100 cheaper than what the Canon EOS 6D cost when it first launched, which we guess is good news for would-be customers.

So far if everything sounds good, the report claims that the announcement of the camera should take place on the 29th of June, 2017, with a release and shipping set tentatively early August. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully we should have the details soon.

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