Canon M200 brings 4K video to entry-level EOS M mirrorless
posted Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 8:10 AM EDT
From next month, there will be a new entry point to Canon's fledgling EOS M mirrorless camera lineup, and for the first time it will include 4K video. That news comes to us this morning thanks to the launch of the brand-new Canon EOS M200, a followup to 2017's M100. Compared to its predecessor, the new model features a gently-tweaked body, a new 24.1-megapixel imaging pipeline, improved autofocus and more.
Other improvements in the M200 include additional lens corrections, more modern raw file formats, and updated USB connectivity. There's also support for vertical video capture, and there have been some modest (but nevertheless, very welcome) improvements on the battery life front, as well.
The Canon EOS M200 will go on sale in the US market from October 2019. List pricing is expected to be around US$550, which includes an optically-stabilized 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 kit lens. Find out more in our just-published Canon M200 preview!