Canon Unveils Entry-Level EOS M200 with Eye Detection and 4K Video


Canon has just revealed a new entry-level mirrorless APS-C camera. The Canon EOS M200 won’t blow anybody’s socks off, but it brings some useful upgrades to Canon’s popular entry-level mirrorless EOS M100, adding eye-detection autofocus, 4K video, and more.

The main upgrade between the two cameras is the Digic 8 processor, which allowed Canon to include Dual Pixel AF with Eye Detection on the EOS M200. Canon also added (cropped) 4K/24p video, 1080/60p, and automatic support for vertical video when you shoot in portrait orientation and export to an iOS or Android device.

Otherwise, the camera remains largely unchanged. You still get a 24MP APS-C CMOS image sensor, flip up LCD touchscreen for selfies, built-in WiFi and Bluetooth for wireless file transfer, and a compact, travel-friendly design.

Here’s a quick intro to the Canon EOS M200’s main features:

And a closer look at the camera from all angles:

The Canon EOS M200 will begin shipping in October and costs $550 in a kit with the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens. To learn more or pre-order yours in either white or black, click here.



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