Canon EOS R6 Mark II Mirrorless Camera with 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM
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Canon EOS R6 Mark II Mirrorless Camera with 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM
Canon SKU: 5666C011 | Helix SKU: CA5666C011
EOS R6 Mark II Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera
Introducing a standard full-frame camera evolved with hybrid features for still and movie shooting. The EOS R6 Mark II enables various photographic expressions that transcend boundaries between recording personal life and professional production purposes, as well as between photo shooting and movie shooting. Achieve creativity in everyday life with the EOS R6 Mark II.
High Image Quality Featuring a New 24.2 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
The EOS R6 Mark II features improved resolution compared to its predecessor. A Canon-developed 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor with approx. 24.2 effective megapixels enables the camera to capture sharp and detailed images, even in low-light scenarios. Regardless of conditions — whether day or night, indoor or outdoor — dark portions of the image, even at high ISO speeds and increased sensitivity, are rendered with low noise.
DIGIC X Image Processor
A powerful DIGIC X Image Processor enables high-performance operation and coordination of processes such as Dual Pixel CMOS AF II, Image Stabilization, image processing, and video functionality. The DIGIC X Image Processor helps ensure your photos and videos look sharp and maintain high-resolution with minimal noise or grain.
High-Speed Continuous Shooting
For the first time among full-frame Canon EOS cameras, the EOS R6 Mark II introduces RAW Burst Mode1 at up to 30 fps. By turning on RAW Burst Mode’s pre-shooting, shooting can start slightly before (about 0.5 seconds earlier) the shutter button is fully pressed. Coupled with high-speed continuous shooting at speeds of up to 12 fps with mechanical shutter, and up to 40 fps using electronic (silent) shutter, the camera can capture the split-second details between a subject’s movements. This is great for dynamic action photos such as athletes, animals, and vehicles in motion or even capturing momentary changes in facial expressions for portraits.
Blazing Fast Autofocus
The highly responsive Dual Pixel CMOS AF II system covers up to approximately 100% x 100% of the picture area, breaking the image into up to 1,053 automatically-selected AF zones during Whole Area AF. The result is outstanding AF coverage, and the compositional freedom to focus sharply on a subject nearly anywhere in the frame.
Highly Accurate Subject Detection
Developed using Deep Learning Technology, horses, trains, and airplanes are newly detectable, in addition to conventional subjects like people, animals including dogs, cats and birds, and vehicles — cars and motorcycles — especially in a motorsports environment.2,3 For more ease of use, Auto mode is now available, in which the camera automatically selects the type of subject without the need to switch the Subject Detection setting in the menu.
Head, Face, and Eye Detection
Even in situations where many cameras may struggle to detect a subject, the EOS R6 Mark II can locate and focus upon a person’s head, face, or eye when the Subject Detection menu is set to People, allowing more ease of use, fast acquisition of your subject, and improvements to accuracy when capturing videos or still images. Additional control is now available for detecting the subject’s left or right eye – which can be also programmed to a Custom Button making it easy to focus on the preferred eye in the moment.
The EOS R6 Mark II can effectively track the whole body, face, or eye of cats, dogs, birds, and now horses, for speed and precision — regardless of the animal’s size, posture, or orientation of the face.2
Optimized for Video
With ample video recording features such as 6K oversampled uncropped 4K movie at up to 60 fps, Full-HD High-frame rate movie recording at up to 180 fps4, and AF tracking, the EOS R6 Mark II can meet the needs of hobbyists and experienced video content creators alike.
Continuous Movie Recording That Exceeds 30 Minutes
The EOS R6 Mark II can continuously record Full-HD video for up to 6 hours, allowing you to set up your video and keep your project rolling without worrying about it stopping.5 You’ll also be able to continuously record Full-HD 179.82p up to 60 minutes or more, and 4K 59.94p up to 50 minutes or more.
Features for Advanced Creators
Canon Log 3, HDR PQ, in-camera Full-HD proxy recording, and 6K 59.94p RAW data output to an external storage device6 provides the image quality to support various production purposes.
Focus breathing correction (with compatible Canon RF lenses)7 automatically compensates for changes in the angle of view caused by focus operations during movie recording.
Simultaneous recording of movies and stills to dual UHS-II SD card slots enables a backup to be created, so you can shoot with confidence.
In-body Image Stabilizer
Equipped with movie digital IS and 5-axis in-body IS, the EOS R6 Mark II enables smooth movie shooting with less camera-shake blur. With up to 8 stops of shake correction with Coordinated IS — combining In-body Image Stabilization, and optical Image Stabilization in certain Canon RF lenses — the camera makes handheld shooting easier at slower shutter speeds and in low-light situations.8 To counter large, low-frequency camera movements, such as recording while walking, there’s also electronic Movie Digital IS, which can be independently activated.
Vari-Angle Touchscreen LCD
Featuring a 3.0-inch, 1.62 million dot Clear View LCD II Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD, the EOS R6 Mark II makes it easy to compose and shoot from virtually any angle.
0.5-inch OLED EVF with Approx. 3.69 Million Dots
A high-precision 0.5-inch OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) EVF with approx. 3.69 million dots and a 23mm eyepoint displays a bright image and extensive shooting information. The EOS R6 Mark II’s EVF supports up to a 120 fps refresh rate and has been designed to provide a bright, sharp and colorful 100% view of the subject at hand. There’s also an Optical Viewfinder (OVF) Simulation setting, which provides a higher dynamic range viewfinder image for superior viewing in harsh, contrasty lighting situations.
Wired and Wireless Communications
The EOS R6 Mark II supports both wired and wireless connections to your smartphone via its USB Type-C9 port, built-in Wi-Fi®, and Bluetooth® technology, making it easy to upload and share movies and photos to your favorite social networks.
Built-in Bluetooth® Capability
Bluetooth® pairing helps you connect the camera to compatible smart devices using the free Canon Camera Connect app. This low-energy wireless connection helps preserve battery life, while providing remote control of the camera. It also sends continuously updated GPS location data from your phone, letting you geotag what you've captured so you know precisely where you captured the photo.
Built-in Wi-Fi Capability
Enable wireless functions, such as file viewing and transfer, by connecting to Wi-Fi quickly and seamlessly, and exchange data with other Wi-Fi compatible Canon cameras. Using the Canon Camera Connect app, you can also transfer files to your mobile device to browse and share on social media.
New to the EOS R6 Mark II is the ability to connect the camera to a computer or smartphone via USB-C.9 All Canon Camera Connect app features that can be used with Wi-Fi are now available when the camera and smartphone are connected via USB, using a compatible cable for your device.
UVC/UAC compatibility allows the EOS R6 Mark II to be used as a web camera and stream live video in Full HD, without additional computer software, to applications such as Zoom™, Microsoft Teams™, Skype™, and similar on-line meeting software.9 Thanks to the full-frame CMOS sensor, you’ll be able to distribute clear live video images with low noise during remote conferences or livestreaming content.
||Digital interchangeable lens, mirrorless camera
||(Two) SD card slots
- Compatible with UHS-II
- Eye-Fi cards and Multimedia cards (MMC) are not supported.
||Canon RF lens group (including RF-S lenses) When using Mount Adapter EF-EOS R: Canon EF or EF-S lenses (excluding EF-M lenses)
||Canon RF Mount
||Full-frame CMOS sensor (compatible with Dual Pixel CMOS AF)
||Approx. 24.2 megapixels
||Approx. 36.0 x 24.0 mm
||Approx. 6.00 µm square
||Approx. 25.6 megapixels
|Color Filter System
||RGB primary color filters
|Low Pass Filter
||Installed in front of the image sensor, non-detachable
|Dust Deletion Feature
- Self Cleaning Sensor Unit
- Removes dust adhering to the low-pass filter.
- At power off only / Enable / Disable. Performed automatically (taking about approx. 2 sec. as indicated on the screen) or manually (taking about approx. 8 sec. as indicated on the screen).
- After manually activated cleaning, the camera will automatically restart (Power OFF to ON).
- When [Multi Shot Noise Reduction], [Multiple exposures], or [HDR mode] is set, [Clean now] and [Clean manually] cannot be selected.
- Dust Delete Data acquisition and appending
- The coordinates of the dust adhering to the low-pass filter are detected by a test shot and appended to subsequent images.
- The dust coordinate data appended to the image is used by the EOS software to automatically erase the dust spots.
- Not available with RF-S/EF-S lenses, in cropped shooting, during focus bracket shooting, in FAW burst mode, or multiple-exposure shooting.
- Manual cleaning (by hand)
||Compliant to Design rule for Camera File system 2.0 and Exif 2.31*. *Supports time difference information in Exif 2.31.
||JPEG, HEIF, RAW / C-RAW / Dual Pixel RAW/ RAW burst (CR3), C-RAW (Canon original) ; Movies: ALL-I (Time-lapse video only), IPB (MP4)
||* At H+ Drive setting (12 fps), using Mechanical or 1st-curtain Electronic shutter.
*1: Number of shots using a 32 GB card that conforms to Canon testing standards.
*2: Number of shots using a 32 GB UHS-II card that conforms to Canon testing standards.
*3: When set to [HDR shooting (HDR PQ): Disable].
*4: When set to [HDR shooting (HDR PQ): Enable].
The following file numbers can be set:
- File numbering methods
- Continuous numbering
- The numbering of captured images continues even after you replace the card.
- Auto reset
- When you replace the card, the numbering will be reset to start from 0001. If the new SD card already contains images, the numbering will continue from the last recorded image in the card.
- Manual reset
- Resets the file number to 0001, and creates a new folder automatically.
|RAW + JPEG / HEIF Simultaneous Recording
||Simultaneous recording of any combination of RAW/C-RAW and JPEG/HEIF image-recording quality is supported.
||Selectable between sRGB and Adobe RGB
- Fine Detail
- User Defined 1-3
- In Scene Intelligent Auto, [Auto] will be set automatically.
- [Standard] is the default setting for [User Def. 1-3].
*1: Effective also in twilight and sunset.
- Auto (Ambience priority/White priority)
- Day Light
- Tungsten light
- White fluorescent light
- Custom (Custom WB)
- Color temperature*2
*2: White balance can be adjusted during movie recording.
|Auto White Balance
||Option between ambience priority and white priority settings, using SET button
|White Balance Shift
||Blue/amber bias: ±9 levelsMagenta/green bias: ±9 levelsCorrected in reference to the current WB modes color temperature.
|| OLED color electronic viewfinder; 0.5-inch, approx. 3.69 million dots
||Approx. 100% vertically and horizontally relative to the shooting image area (with image quality L, at approx. 23mm eyepoint).
|Magnification / Angle of View
||Approx. 0.76x / Approx. 35.2 degrees (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1 m-1)
||Approx. 23mm (at -1 m-1 from the eyepiece lens end)
|Dioptric Adjustment Range
||Approx. -4.0 to + 2.0 m-1 (dpt)
- Maximum burst
- Possible shots/Sec. until self-timer shoots
- Focus Bracketing/ Multiple-exposure/HDR shooting/Multi Shot Noise Reduction/Bulb time/Interval timer
- Shooting mode
- AF method
- AF operation
- Image quality
- Drive mode
- Metering mode
- No. of remaining shots for focus braketing, multiple exposures, or interval timer
- Electronic level
- Movie recording time available
- Battery level
- Image Stabilizer (IS mode)
- Histogram (Brightness/RGB)
- Quick Control button
- Anti-flicker shooting
- White balance/White balance correction
- Picture style
- Auto Lighting Optimizer
- Still photo cropping / Aspect ratio
- AF point (1-point AF)
- View Assist
- HDR PQ
- Flash ready / FE lock / High-speed sync
- Electronic shutter
- Touch shutter / Create folder
- AE lock
- Shutter speed / Multi-function lock warning
- Aperture value
- Wi-Fi® function
- Wi-Fi® signal strength
- Bluetooth® function
- Exposure simulation
- Magnify button
- ISO speed
- Highlight tone priority
- Exposure compensation
- Exposure level indicator
||Dual Pixel CMOS AF
|Number of AF zones available for Automatic Selection
|| AF area: Horizontal: Approx. 100% x Vertical: Approx. 100% (100% x 100% AF coverage in Face Detect + Tracking AF; coverage can vary, depending upon lens being used) Stills: Max. 1053 zones (39 x 27) Movies: Max. 1053 zones (39 x27)
|Selectable Positions for AF Point
||AF area: Horizontal: Approx. 90% x Vertical: Approx. 100% Stills: Max. 4897 positions (83 x 59) Movies: Max 4067 positions (83 x 49)
|AF Working Range
||EV -6.5 to 20 (f/1.2 lens*, center AF point, One-Shot AF,at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100 * Except RF lenses with a Defocus Smoothing (DS) coating.
|Focusing brightness range (still photo shooting)
||EV –6.5 to 21 (with an f/1.2 lens,* center AF point, One-Shot AF at room temperature, and ISO 100) * Except RF lenses with a Defocus Smoothing (DS) coating.
|Focusing brightness range (in movie recording)
||4K: EV –4.0 to 21 Full HD: EV –4.5 to 21 (with an f/1.2 lens,* center AF point, One-Shot AF at room temperature, ISO 100, and 29.97 / 25.00 fps.) * Except RF lenses with a Defocus Smoothing (DS) coating.
|Available AF Areas
- Spot AF
- 1-point AF
- Expand AF area: Above/below/left/right
- Expand AF area: Around
- Flexible Zone AF 1
- Flexible Zone AF 2
- Flexible Zone AF 3
- Whole area AF
|Available Subject Detection
- Animals (dogs / cats / birds / horses)
- Vehicles (motorsports cars or motorcycles / aircraft / trains)
* Certain types of animals or vehicles may not be detected, depending on shape and appearance
- Selects the eye closer to the camera (as detected from the angle of the face).
- At the same distance from the camera, selects the eye closer to the center of the image.
- Can be selected by touch.
- Can be selected with the Multi-controller.
|| Real-time metering from CMOS image sensor (384 [24x16] metering zones)
- Evaluative metering (AF point-linked)
- Partial metering (approx. 5.9% of the area at the center of the screen)
- Spot metering (approx. 3.0% of the area at the center of the screen)
- Center-weighted average metering
||EV -3 - 20 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100)(Still Photo Shooting)
- Scene Intelligent Auto
- Hybrid Auto
- Special Scenes
- Creative Filters
- Flexible-priority AE
- Program AE
- Shutter-priority AE
- Aperture-priority AE
- Manual Exposure
- Bulb Exposure
- Custom Shooting Modes C1, C2, C3
|ISO Speed Range
- For [Highlight tone priority], the settable ISO speed range will be ISO 200 to 102400.
- Expanded ISO cannot be set for HDR mode or during HDR PQ shooting.
ISO Auto range settings in still photo shooting
*1: ISO 200 when set to [Highlight tone priority: Enable/Enhanced].
*2: Varies depending on the [Maximum] and [Minimum] settings for [Auto range].
*3: If outside the setting range, changed to the value closest to ISO 400.
||Click here to view the full specifications PDF.
- Auto AE lock
- AE is locked as soon as subjects are in focus using One-Shot AF when set to selected metering mode in [C.Fn2: AE lock meter. mode after focus].
- User-set AE lock.
- Use the AE lock button (update by pressing the button again) in Fv, P, Tv, Av, and M mode.
- Enabled in all metering modes.9
|| Electronically controlled focal-plane shutter
* Cannot be used in conjunction with the following functions: flash photography, HDR shooting, multiple exposures, Multi Shot Noise Reduction, AEB, HDR PQ, anti-flicker shooting, Dual Pixel RAW shooting, Digital Lens Optimizer [High]. * A shutter release sound is not generated. However, note that the sounds other than the shutter release sound (aperture, focusing lens drive sound/electronic sound, etc.) may be generated. * In electronic shutter shooting under conditions such as flash firing by other cameras or with fluorescent lighting or other flickering light sources, a strip of light or banding due to the brightness difference may be recorded in the image.
- Electronic first curtain
- Mechanical shutter
- Electronic shutter*
Mechanical / 1st-curtain Electronic shutter: 1/8000th sec – 30 seconds, in 1/3 or 1⁄2-step increments
Electronic shutter: 1/8000th sec – 30 seconds, in 1/3 or 1⁄2-step increments (1/16,000th possible, if user-set in Tv or M shooting modes)
||Mechanical Shutter: 1/200 sec. Elec. 1st-curtain: 1/250 sec.
||Soft-touch electromagnetic release
||10-sec. delay, 2-sec. delay
|Still Photo IS
|| In-body IS operation can be selected when using a non-IS lens.
- Always on
- Only for shot (no stabilization in viewfinder/LCD screen between shots) Coordinated IS when used with Canon RF or RF-S lenses having optical Image Stabilization
|| Canon Multi-function accessory shoe Optional Canon AD-E1 adapter required for conventional shoe-mount flashes and accessories
||Ambience priority, standard, flash priority
|Flash Exposure Compensation
||±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
|Continuous flash control
||E-TTL each shot / E-TTL 1st shot
Click here to view the full specifications PDF.
*1 Time available for continuous shooting in 23°C / 73°F environment, from a cold start. If the camera is in LV mode standby before shooting or the ambient temperature is high, the shooting time may be shorter.
*2 According to Canon measurement conditions when using UHS-II cards conforming to Canon testing standards.
*3 The maximum duration of shooting may be shorter under some circumstances even if recording begins from "cold start," due to a rise in temperature inside the camera caused by pre-shooting camera setting operations or by prolonged use of the Live View mode. When the card is full, movie recording stops automatically. In this case, duration time when you erase the data and restart shooting.
|Estimated Recording time, Movie Bit Rate and File Size
H.264/AVC (Canon Log: Off, HDR PQ: Off)Click here to view the full specifications PDF.
* Bit rate only applies to video output, not audio or metadata.
* Audio is recorded when [C.Fn4 audio compression:Enable] (Audio: AAC) is set.
* Movie recording stops when the maximum recording time per movie is reached.
* No audio is recorded for approx. the last two frames with the compression method for movie recording quality set to IPB (Standard) or IPB (Light) and the camera set to [C.Fn4 Audio compression: Enable]. Moreover, the video and sound may be slightly out of sync when movies are played back in Windows.
* Mbps — megabits per second (8 megabits = 1 megabyte)
|Estimated Recording Time, Continued.
H.265/HEVC (Canon Log: On or HDR PQ: On)Click here to view the full specifications PDF.* Bit rate only applies to video output, not audio or metadata.* Audio is recorded when [C.Fn4 audio compression:Enable] (Audio: AAC) is set.* Movie recording stops when the maximum recording time per movie is reached.31 min.* No audio is recorded for approx. the last two frames with the compression method for movie recording quality set to IPB (Standard) or IPB (Light) and the camera set to [C.Fn4 Audio compression: Enable]. Moreover, the video and sound may be slightly out of sync when movies are played back in Windows.* Mbps — megabits per second (8 megabits = 1 megabyte)
|Card Performance Requirements
Dual Pixel CMOS AF; Movie Servo AF available in AF Menu
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Yes (Count up, Start time setting, Movie recording count, Movie play count, HDMI time code on/off, HDMI rec. command on/off, Drop frame enable/disable)
|Movie Pre-recording (On/Off)
3 or 5 seconds; user-selectable
|Time-lapse Movie Setting
Interval 2 sec – 99:59:59; Number of frames 2–3,600; Movie recording size 4K/Full HD; Auto exposure fixed @ first frame/auto for each frame; Beep per frame recorded (volume setting 0/silent – 5)
|Time-lapse Playback Frame Rate
29.97 (set to NTSC); 25.00fps (set to PAL)
|| TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor
||3.0-inch (screen aspect ratio of 3:2) 2.95 in./7.5cm diagonal (2.44 in./6.2cm width, 1.65 in./4.2cm height)
||Approx. 1.62 million dots
||Approx. 100% vertically/horizontally
||Manually adjustable to one of seven brightness levels
||Supported for AF Point selection; Touch AF; Touch Shutter; Menu selection; Quick Control Menu; Magnified view
Clear View LCD II
- Anti-smudge coating applied.
- Anti-reflection coating not applied.
||29 (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Ukraine, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Hindi, Romanian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, Korean, Malay, Indonesian, Japanese)
||The white areas with no image data will blink.
||Brightness and RGB
Quick Control Function
||The Quick Control screen can be accessed by pressing the Quick Control button during shooting, recording, or playback.
|Quick Control Screen
The following settings are available for the [Quick Control screen] during movie recording.
- View 1: Conventional Quick Control screen
- View 2: Cinema EOS-style Quick Control screen
Image Protection and Erase
- Single image (select image)
- Select range
- All images in folder
- All images on card
- Image browsing and image search can be based on ratings.
- Ratings-based image selections also possible with DPP.
- All found images (only during image search)
Except protected images
- Select images to erase
- Select range
- All images in folder
- All images on card
- All found images (only during image search)
DPOF: Digital Print Order Format
||Compliant to DPOF Version 1.1
||DS-SS modulation (IEEE 802.11b) OFDM modulation (IEEE 802.11g/n/a/ac)
|Transition Frequency (Central Frequency)
||2.4 GHz band Frequency: 2412 to 2462 MHz Channels: 1 to 11 channels 5.0 GHz band Frequency: 5180 to 5825 MHz Channels: 36 to 165 channels1
||(1) Camera access point mode (2) Infrastructure mode
|Communication with a Smartphone
- Images can be viewed, controlled, and received using a smartphone.
- Remote control of the camera using a smartphone is possible depending on the Camera Connect specifications.
- Images can be sent to a smartphone.
- NFC connection: Not supported
- Supported images: JPEG, HEIF, RAW/C-RAW, MP4 video files
- Transcoding while sending: Size to send (original / reduced size); Quality to send (original / compressed)
|Remote Operation Using EOS Utility
||The camera can be controlled via Wi-Fi® or USB, with Canon EOS Utility software installed in a compatible Mac or Windows computer.
|Print from Wi-Fi® Printers
|Send Images to a Web Service
||image.canon: Video files (MP4) and JPEG, HEIF, RAW or C-RAW still images can be uploaded to image.canon servers. From image.canon, images can be sent to specific social media and 3rd-party cloud image services.
||Bluetooth Specification Version 5.0 compliant (Bluetooth Low Energy technology)
||Smartphone — up to 10 devices; BR-E1 remote controller — 1 unit
Equivalent to SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.1 Gen 1)
- For PC communication
- Terminal type: USB Type-C
- Shared with terminal for in-camera charging with the USB Power Adapter PD-E1.
- In-camera Charging: Equivalent to USB type-C (5 V/1.5 A), but use should be restricted to USB Power Adapter PD-E1.
|HDMI Out Terminal
HDMI micro OUT terminal Type D (Resolution switches automatically) / CEC not compatible
- Images can be displayed through the HDMI output and on screen at the same time.
- Images will not be displayed unless [NTSC] or [PAL] is properly set according to the video system of the TV set.
||3.5mm diameter stereo mini jack
||Compatible with 3.5mm diameter stereo mini-plug
Canon LP-E6NH battery pack (also compatible with LP-E6N and LP-E6 battery packs)
- With the AC Adapter AC-E6N + DC Coupler DR-E6, AC power is possible.
- With the USB Power Adapter PD-E1, in-camera charging of LP-E6NH is possible. The USB Power Adapter PD-E1 is not compatible with powering the camera.
|Optional Battery Grip
||Compatible with Canon Battery Grip BG-R10 (Accepts one or two LP-E6NH, LP-E6N, or LP-E6 battery packs)
Automatic battery check when the power switch is turned ON. Displayed in 5 levels in viewfinder, and on LCD screen. Battery info display in Set-up Menu:
- Remaining capacity percentage
- Shutter count, on current battery charge
- Recharge performance (batterys ability to hold charge; displayed in 3 levels)
Approx. 0.4 sec.
- Based on CIPA testing standards.
Dimensions and Weight
|Dimensions (W x H x D)
||Approx. 5.45 x 3.87 x 3.48 in. / 138 x 98.4 x 88.4mm Based on CIPA standards.
||Approx. 1.5 lbs. / 680g (including battery, SD memory card; without body cap) Approx. 1.3 lbs. / 598g (body only; without battery, card or body cap)
|Working Temperature Range
||32-104° F / 0-+40° C
||85% or less
*Specifications Subject to Change
- EOS R6 Mark II Body
- Camera Cover R-F-5
- Strap ER-EOSR6 Mark II
- Battery Charger LC-E6
- Battery Pack LP-E6NH
- Battery Pack Cover
- RF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM
- Lens Cap E-77 II
- Lens Dust Cap RF
- Lens Hood EW-83N
- Lens Case LP1319
- Shoe Cover
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