Canon’s first 4K-capable mirrorless camera
A few months after unveiling the ultra-compact EOS M100 in the Philippines, Canon beefs up their mirrorless lineup with the EOS M50. Sharing similar design cues with the EOS M5, the EOS M50 gets a few notable upgrades, one of which is its support for 4K shooting at 24FPS.
Other improvements in the EOS M50 include a higher ISO sensitivity at 12800 (6400 if shooting in 4K), a new DIGIC 8 processor, a slightly higher continuous shooting speed and image buffer, and a multi-angle 3-inch LCD monitor
Other than those improvements, the EOS M50 gets some of the EOS M5’s features, which include a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, Dual Pixel Autofocus, and an electronic viewfinder with 2.36 million dots. While it is billed as an entry-level model, the EOS M50 is one of the more affordable cameras out there that has support for 4K video.
Pricing for the EOS M50 is at Php 38,998 for the body only, Php 44,998 with the 15-45mm kit lens, and Php 60,998 with the 15-45mm and 55-200mm kit lens.
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