Early this morning Canon announced a ton of news, including the forthcoming EOS M6 Mark II. The new mirrorless offering features many of the same tech specs as the Canon EOS 90D DSLR, but in a package that is more compact and lightweight. Of course, the M6 Mark II also employs EVF/LCD so users can gauge exposure settings and visualize images in real time. The EOS M6 Mark II is built around a 32.5 Megapixel CMOS APS-C sensor that can capture full-res shots at up to 14fps with AF/AE Tracking. Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus provides 5,481 manually selectable AF points and Eye AF Servo, which helps track your subject’s face. It can shoot 4K UHD video 30fps and 1080P at 120fps. The camera shoots 30fps RAW Burst mode, has an electronic shutter up to 1/16000 sec, and touch and drag AF with optical EVF. It’s a camera that packs a surprising amount of power into its tiny body and is aimed at both entry level shooters and advanced amateurs that prefer the feel of a mirrorless camera.