Nauticam are shipping their housing for the Canon EOS-R6 mirrorless camera. The NA-R6 offers the option of using RF natively or EF lenses via the Canon adaptor with the NA120 port system. It has M14, M16, and M24 bulkheads, and strobes can be triggered via optional manual or TTL flash triggers.
The NA-R6 is shipping now, priced at $3965.
NA-R6 Housing for Canon EOS R6 Camera
The Canon EOS R6 is attractive to underwater image makers for a variety of reasons. It is a 20MP full frame mirrorless camera that shoots up to 20fps, utilizes Canon’s new RF lens mount, and also has next-generation Dual Pixel autofocus. The sensor is closely related the Canon’s flagship 1D X Mark III and offers in-body image stabilization rated at up to 8 stops of correction. It is also capable of recording 4K video at up to 60p and 1080 at up to 120p.
The Nauticam NA-R6 Housing - Now Shipping
The NA-R6 underwater housing follows suit with Nauticam’s drive for innovation. Both the Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6 present shooters with the ability to use both the available legacy EF lenses via an adapter in addition to their native RF optics. Two lens release buttons, one for RF and one for EF lenses used with the optional Canon adapter, are located on the front of the housing to make lens removal through the port opening simple.
Nauticam engineers are obsessed with getting the underwater image-maker unfettered access to all the necessary controls, with as many within easy reach of the ergonomic rubberized handles. This Mission Control philosophy extends to the NA-R6 where a dual thumb lever and dual sub-lever are placed by the right handle. The upper thumb lever activates the “AF-On” and the lower the “Q” buttons while the sub-lever corresponds to the “M-Fn” and “Record” buttons. Near the left handle is a thumb lever for “Playback” as well as a dedicated switch to change from using LCD to the EVF.
Model Number: 17334
US$ Retail Price: $3965
Port Opening: N120
Depth Rating: 100m