M6II, can it use E shutter with MSNR ?

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Max Iso
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M6II, can it use E shutter with MSNR ?

Years ago i found MSNR on my 70D. If you've never used it, it stacks several frames (4 i assume on all Canons), aligns them and spits out a jpeg. If your camera can shoot fast FPS it does so in a pretty short period of time, it works well for when you are trying to cut down on noise for non moving subjects.

Some other cameras and systems have a similar feature but to date none have let you do so while using the E shutter. To me this is crazy, using a NR feature that shoots bursts, why not let us prevent burning up the shutter?

My M50 has an E shutter mode in the scene mode on the dial, and it has MSNR, but both can't be used together. Since the M6II has a legit E shutter mode, can anybody verify if it can be used in conjunction with MSNR?

If the answer is yes it would pretty much seal the deal for the M6II being my eventual upgrade path.

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