Whether you’re shooting studio portraits using live view, or using the viewfinder to watch for a decisive moment, the EOS 6D Mark II focuses quickly and accurately for pin-sharp results.
Each of the EOS 6D Mark II's 45 AF points is cross type in nature, for extra sensitivity and accuracy. A double cross type point at the centre focuses precisely even under moonlight (-3 EV), so you can be confident of critical sharpness when it matters most.
This sensitivity also makes autofocus possible (up to 27 points) with maximum apertures as small as f/8 – useful when using super-telephoto lenses with teleconverters, for instance.
The EOS 6D Mark II’s 45 cross-type AF points are spread out across the viewfinder in a wide-area pattern, and focus with pin-point accuracy. Keeping moving objects sharp when you’re covering busy events or fast-moving action, even when shooting at 6.5 frames per second.
When shooting in Live View mode, using the EOS 6D Mark II’s Vari-Angle screen, Dual Pixel CMOS AF focuses with breath-taking speed and accuracy. Tap to select an object, which will be tracked and kept in sharp focus as it moves around the frame.