Canon Debuts Entry-Level EOS M200 with 4K Video Recording

It has the same size and sensor as the EOS M100

Canon updates its entry-level mirrorless camera line with the EOS M200. Aimed to replace the EOS M100, the EOS M200 comes with a DIGIC 8 processor and now supports Dual Pixel Eye-Detect Autofocus and 4K video shooting at 24FPS.

Canon increased the number of selectable autofocus points to 123 and it can shoot vertical videos like the PowerShot G7x Mark III.

Don’t get too excited about its 4K capabilities: like the EOS M50, you will have to deal with 1.6x cropping, so the EOS M200’s 15-45mm kit lens becomes 38-115mm in 4K mode.


Save for those upgrades, the EOS M200 has the same sensor, same compact size, and same button layout as the EOS M100.

The EOS M200 is priced at $599(~Php 31.3k) with the 15-45mm 3.5-63 IS STM kit lens.


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