Canon unveils its new EOS M200 Mirrorless camera with 4K recording and eye-detecting autofocus.
September 26, 2019

Canon announced the new EOS M200 compact mirrorless camera, the upgraded version of its M100 that was released in 2017. M200 comes with many improved features such as: Digic 8 image processor, 123 autofocus points, eye-detecting autofocus (that keeps the focus sharp on people), 4K video recording at 24FPS. All there features make it a close cousin of Canon M50 with simplified physical interface.

Features that are borrowed from M100 and still can be seen in the new M200 are: 24.1 Megapixel APS-C sensor, a built in flash, and a moveable screen which can still be flipped 180 degrees to make taking selfies easier even good for vlogging.


M200 also has a feature assist mode that helps to explain what each camera mode is useful for, which is a great way to wean people off of auto mode and into manual modes that require some toggling but usually result in a better photo. The ability to wirelessly send photos from the camera to your phone or computer is great if you want to quickly post your shots on social media.

M200 will be priced at $549 (approximately INR 38,500) when it releases in October. It will be available with a white or black body, and it will work with all of Canon’s EF and EF-S lenses. 


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