- By Author DAVID D. BUSCH
- 464 PAGES
Embark on a journey into the world of digital photography with David Busch’s Canon EOS R6 II Guide, your comprehensive resource for the thrilling Canon EOS R6 II full-frame mirrorless camera. With continuous shooting up to an impressive 40 frames per second, in-body image stabilization, and a powerful 24 MP sensor, the EOS R6 II stands out as a remarkable photographic tool.
Experience the upgraded autofocus subject recognition, enabling lightning-fast tracking of people, animals, motor sports vehicles, aircraft, and trains. Seamlessly integrate your R-mount lenses with a diverse selection of legacy Canon EF and EF-S optics using the three available adapters. The EOS R6 II offers wireless connectivity, allowing seamless linking to computers and iOS or Android smart devices, alongside high-definition 4K and Full HD movie-making capabilities and a versatile swiveling touch screen LCD.
David Busch’s guide empowers you to swiftly apply the camera's advanced features to your digital photography, enhancing your creativity to capture outstanding photographs with your Canon EOS R6 II.
Explore detailed how-to steps and vibrant full-color illustrations in David Busch’s Canon EOS R6 II Guide to Digital Photography. From your initial photo captures to mastering advanced settings like exposure, lens selection, and lighting, each feature is thoroughly covered and related to specific photographic techniques and situations.
Don’t overlook the invaluable EOS R6 II “roadmap” chapter, offering an easy-to-use visual guide to the camera’s features and controls. Follow David Busch's recommended settings for every menu entry, gaining insights into when to use each option and, crucially, when to avoid them. With David Busch, a best-selling photographer and mentor, as your guide, attain complete creative mastery of your Canon EOS R6 II, whether you're shooting professionally, as an advanced enthusiast, or simply for the joy of photography. Build your knowledge and confidence while illuminating your creative vision with the Canon EOS R6 II today.