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Is the U.S. version of the Canon R6 the same as the EU version?

pat_ocnr
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It might be a dumb question, but is the only difference the battery charger and the default video system? I got my Canon R6 in Ireland and I live in the US. I know warranty will be tricky but I did keep the receipt and the shop is pretty popular in Dublin. 

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Peter
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Some cameras, like the ones for the Japanese market, have only a few languages in the menu to choose between. I haven't seen anything difference between R6 from Europe and R6 from U.S.

p4pictures
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There is a difference.

The default video system is PAL not NTSC for European cameras, but you can choose between them from the camera menu. 

European battery charger has a cable to connect between the charger and the ac wall socket. The cable port on the charger is a standard IEC C7 connector. US / Canada chargers are designed to plug directly in the wall socket with pins on the back of the charger. 

Warranty will be only in Europe. 


Brian - Canon specialist trainer, author and photographer
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I use British not American English, so my spellings may be a little different to yours
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