Two years after the introduction of the EOS M100, Canon has announced its successor, the EOS M200 with 4K video capture and eye-detecting auto focus.
Pricing and availability for Australia are yet to be announced, though it will be available in the US for $549 in black and white along with an included EF-M 15-45mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM lens.
Canon’s follow-up mirrorless camera now boasts the Digic 9 image processor, with the number of autofocus points nearly tripling from 49 to 123.
One big feature of the M200 is the eye-detecting autofocus which ensures people are kept as sharp as possible in the image.
Supported by its Dual Pixel autofocus system for accurate photo and video capture.
Video can now be recorded at 4K at 24p, unfortunately at the cost of 1.6x image crop due to the APS-C crop sensor, though full HD video can be captured at 120p as well.
The camera still features the same flip-up touch screen, pop-up flash and is compatible with all APS-C lenses.
While the camera is being aimed at photographers who may want a better camera than the one built into their smartphone, the pocket-friendly camera is an easy way to upgrade your photography prowess.