Canon has launched a new successor of EOS M100 mirrorless camera, the EOS M200. It is also targeted at photographers on a low budget and just like its predecessor, it features the same 24.1MP APS-C sensor. Only a few features are changed along with some additions. A zoom lens will be included in the box along with the camera.
Canon has upgraded the processor on the new EOS M200 to Digic 8 due to which it can support additional features like Dual Pixel Auto Focus (DPAF) with eye detection. The Autofocus points are increased to 123 from 49. Since it supports the new processor, it gains the ability to support 4k video option, however, it will be cropped by the factor of 1.6 at a frame rate of 24fps. At the resolution of 1080p, it will offer a frame rate of up to 60fps. It also offers the ability to shoot a video in the vertical orientation which could be helpful in certain scenarios.
EOS M200 will release in October at an affordable price tag of $549 along with 15-45mm at f/4.5-6.3 EF-M IS STM Zoom Lens. It should be noted that the new camera is compatible with all the EF-S lenses without the need for an additional adapter.
Check out the current price and availability for EOS M200: