Touchscreen menus are actually hit-and-miss. Whereas they are typically simpler to make use of, the smaller 3-inch display typically limits accuracy, mentioning the choice simply subsequent to the place I assumed I tapped on the display. That is one function that’s enhancing with the firmware on the Canon R6 Mark II, nevertheless. Firmware 1.1.2, together with fixing bugs, improves the contact menu when the settings are set to delicate.
Firmware can sometimes drastically enhance a digicam, so we’re dedicated to maintaining opinions up-to-date. The newest Canon R6 II firmware isn’t a significant function add, nevertheless. It fixes a bug when utilizing the non-compulsory grip accent that wouldn’t cost each batteries. But it surely additionally improves the touchscreen expertise a bit.
Whereas I like to go away my fingers on the dials more often than not, generally having a touch-enabled menu is simply quicker. The R6 II already has this functionality, however the firmware replace improves the sensitivity. In my expertise, it led to fewer situations of fat-fingering the fallacious merchandise.
I’ve added the next to the Canon R6 II evaluate, which you’ll be able to read in full here:
The Canon R6 II menu is prolonged however properly organized, and I really like how the 2 high dials shortly navigate utilizing the dials. However the digicam’s menu additionally has nice contact performance. And firmware 1.1.2 has improved this when the contact display settings are turned to delicate, together with fixing a couple of bugs. With the contact settings at delicate, I had fewer situations of fat-fingering the fallacious menu merchandise. Navigating by contact is fairly seamless. I nonetheless choose the ergonomics of maintaining my fingers on the dials. However some will like that contact functionality, notably newcomers, because it’s generally onerous to recollect which dial strikes which manner.
As at all times, obtain the firmware directly from the manufacturer.