Canon has updated its incredibly popular EOS M100 with the release of the 4K video-equipped M200. The new pocket-sized camera packs a host of future-forward tech advancements, such as eye-detecting autofocus, an updated Digic 8 processor and selectable AF points of 123 marks.
This entry-level camera comes equipped with a 24.1-megapixel sensor and a selfie-friendly flip-up screen. Video recording is compressed to a 1.6 times APS-C crop, meaning the 15-45mm kit lens will begin to perform as a 38-115mm lens when recording in 4K mode, reducing the quality and functionality of its vlogging capabilities.
The M200 is pitched at beginners thanks to its all-new eye-detection. It can shoot vertical video and the camera features a sparse amount of buttons, instead focusing on touchscreen control. The Canon EOS M200 will be available in October for $549 USD in both black and white.
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