Canon launches new mirrorless camera in India

  • Canon launches new mirrorless camera in India

Canon launches new mirrorless camera in India

Connectivity options on the EOS M50 Mark II include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Canon says it improved autofocus with face and eye AF when shooting both stillness and video - although it seems to lack dual pixel AF when recording in 4K.

The allure of internet stardom is becoming increasingly hard to resist, and after Sony created the ZV-1 to help support vloggers, Canon is advancing the trend with its own EOS M50 Mark II.

The latest mirrorless camera from Canon comes loaded with a 24.1MP CMOS sensor along with a DIGIC 8 image processor to enhance picture quality. It comes with different types of Auto Focus (AF) like Eye Detection AF, servo AF, and more. Canon says that this feature will particularly be useful during group photography or even while shooting a video. The camera supports 36 Large (Fine) JPEGs and 10 JPEG+RAWs.

For videographers, the camera can record 4K at 3840×2160 pixels at 25fps/ 23.98fps, full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) at 59.94fos/ 50.00fps/ 29.97fps/ 25.00fps/ 23.98fps, and HD (1,280×720 pixels) at 59.94fps/ 50.00fps. 1080p also allows you to shoot up to 120 frames per second (although there's no mention of bitrate). While the company does have the entry-level EOS RP in the Full Frame lineup - which does give the line some level of approachability for newcomers - it doesn't have any APS-C cameras that offer the ability to use RF lenses. The camera will be available for $ 599 in late November.

Overall, the updates here seem pretty incremental.

These were the details of the news The Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera brings new vlogging and. for this day. It features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack that provides high-speed recycle times and an increase in the number of flashes while using the Canon LC-E6 battery charger.

The EOS M50 Mark II features an enhanced Eye Detection AF, which is able to detect and focus on a subject's eye even when the person is far away. It can continuously fire up to 170 times thanks to a new active cooling system. It is priced at Rs. 58,995 and will be available starting December.