Canon has announced a new APS-C-sensor mirrorless camera to its EOS M range, introducing the Canon EOS M200, price tag £499.99/$549/€569.99 with a release date set for October.
The Canon EOS M200 replaces the EOS M100 and brings a 24.1-megapixel sensor along with 4K video recording at 23.98 and 25fps. You can also shoot Full HD at 60fps or HD at 120fps for slow motion movies.
Canon says the EOS M200 also bring improved autofocus performance with its Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology that provides AF sensitivity in low light conditions down to -4EV. Canon has also included its Eye Detection AF capability.
The latest DIGIC 8 processor is also on board, powering the new 4K video capability and providing a native sensitivity range from ISO 100 up to 25,600, which you can extend to ISO 51,200.
On the back is an LCD touchscreen that should appeal to vloggers with its ability to tilt up 180 degrees.
Other features include built-in WiFi and Bluetooth functionality and improved battery life.
Canon EOS M200 Price & Release Date
The Canon EOS M200 price tag will be £499.99/$549/€569.99, which includes the camera body and a collapsible 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens.
Canon says the EOS M200 will be released in October 2019.