Nauticam has unveiled its new housing for the Canon EOS R6 Mark II.
The original EOS R6 can also be accommodated in the housing with
the addition of a conversion kit (“provided upon request”, according to the manufacturer). In addittion to their new, higher-resolution 24.2MP sensor, the EOS R6 II shoots 12fps
bursts with the mechanical shutter (40fps with the e-shutter) and records oversampled 4K/60p video from the full sensor width.
The NA-R6II housing offers the well-known, classic Nauticam features: integrated handles, ergonomic control placement (right thumb levers for M-Fn and Rec with a sub-lever for AF-ON), and the ability to accept both legacy EF lenses via an adapter in addition to native RF lenses. Dual fiber-optic bulkheads offer flash triggering via an optional manual LED trigger or an optional TTL flash trigger.
Like all of Nauticam’s latest mirrorless camera housings, there’s a large-bore M24 accessory port for hooking up an Atomos Ninja V monitor/recorder via HDMI 2.0 to capture 4K/60p 4:2:2 10-bit video. Just in case.