Marelux Canon EOS R6 Mark II Underwater Housing
Marelux housing is built from high grade aluminum alloy which provides durabily and can withstand even the toughest beating. Ergonomics is also top-notch, all camera controls are readily availabel at your fingertips and maintain a small footprint which makes it great to travel with. Buttons are clearly labeled. It is very easy as well to assemble and installing the camera to the housing is a breeze with its quick release plate. It also has a depth rating of 100m. Find out what we think of Marelux Underwater Housings.
Housing Locking System
The dual locking sytem design provides security and minimal effort to lock your housing. In addition, it has a special feature which prevents accidental unlocking but still very easy to open if you need to change your battery or memory card.
Port Locking Design
Secures your port and port extensions in place with one simple click with its built-in locking system.
The housing comes with a quick release camera plate which makes camera installation a breeze. Also, the plate locks in place to the housing and can be easily be installed and removed. Once in place, the camera is secure to the housing.
Canon EOS R6 Mark ii Camera under review & sample images:
The latest version of Canon's 2020-announced Canon EOS R6 is the Canon EOS R6 Mark II. Although it isn't a significant improvement, the R6 Mark II is a superb prosumer choice for underwater photographers and videographers searching for the Ideal Hybrid Camera. In many areas, we believe it now competes with the Sony A7 IV effectively, making up for some of the Canon EOS R6's shortcomings. With its 24.2 megapixel, higher resolution sensor, the Canon R6 II can capture oversampled 4K video at up to 60 frames per second. The Canon EOS R6 Mark II has a faster frame rate, making it a more alluring camera for both photo and video photographers who may have shied away from the "low" quality, 20 mp sensor first provided on the R6.
Below are some images taken underwater with the camera:
Gunnels photographed with the Canon EOS R6 Mark II with dual Ikelite DS 230 strobes and a Canon RF 100mm macro lens. 1/160, f/11, ISO 250.
It can be tough acquiring autofocus with a grunt sculpin scurrying accross the bottom - but not too difficult for the Canon R6 Mark II! Photographed with the Canon EOS R6 Mark II with dual Ikelite DS 230 strobes and a Canon RF100mm macro lens. 1/60, f/16, ISO 500