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The Canon EOS 6D MK II is a camera that we’ve been hearing a bit about in recent times, and for those wondering about the specs and how the camera might look like, you’re in luck because a post on Nokishita Camera (via Photo Rumors), photos and detailed specs about the upcoming camera have been revealed.

Take note that there’s no way to verify if these images or specs are the real deal, but so far from what we’ve seen, Nokishita Camera has had a pretty good track record when it comes to such leaks, so perhaps there is some truth to the post. However given that it still isn’t 100% official, it’s best to take it with a grain of salt anyway, just to be safe.

That being said, the specs posted on the publication claim that the EOS 6D MK II will feature a 26.2MP sensor, dual pixel CMOS AF, a 45 point cross type AF system, continuous shooting of up to 6.5fps, a maximum ISO of 40,000 that can be extended to 102,400, Full HD video capture with 5-axis image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD vari-angle touchscreen display, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and it will weigh 765 grams.

This is pretty much in line with what we’ve heard so far, so it looks like the rumors are at the very least consistent with each other. The Canon EOS 6D MK II is rumored for a launch on the 29th of June, so check back with us next week to see if there are any official details to be had.

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