The Canon EOS Rebel T6s and T6i took the Rebel family to 24 megapixels with an APS-C CMOS sensor which features built-in Phase-Detect AF for Live-View and video. Of the two, the T6s also launched a new intermediate family of DSLRs with a lightweight body and efficient controls, falling right between the previous Rebel lineup and the classic EOS series.
While clearly molded after other Rebels, the T6s adds a second control-dial and top status LCD. A fast Digic 6 processor lets it shoot at 5 FPS for up to a whopping 940 frames. It supports full 1080p HD video capture and a good number of features, including DOF-Preview.
Neocamera recently published a review of the Canon EOS Rebel T6s which covers this new DSLR in detail.