Just Released: New Canon EOS M200
Brand-spanking-new from Canon Canada: a camera made for everyday life, for capturing the special moments, and every other moment too – the EOS M200. Made with social media enthusiasts in mind, this camera was designed to produce high quality images and video while being super easy to capture and share.
Having a camera that adventures with you is important, so Canon took the time to design a mirrorless camera that compliments the everyday and any-day journey. Whether it is a transition from phone photography to camera photography, an experienced photographer looking for something fresh, a traveler looking to capture the world, or the simplicity of sharing an afternoon walk, this camera has something for everyone.
This camera offers some of Canon’s strongest features, among a variety of new ones. Alongside vibrantly beautiful colour and clarity, here are some of the most impressive features of the EOS M200:
- DIGIC 8 Imaging Processor
- 4K UHD, Full HD up to 60p video
- Vertical video support
- With the ability to playback on your smartphone/tablet
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- Eye Detection Auto-focus
- Convenient Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® Technology
- Just download the Canon Camera Connect app to easily upload images and video to social media and wireless printers with your smartphone/tablet
- Capable of Sharing Photos and Videos to Social Media Platforms
- Compact and Lightweight Design
- Compatible with Extensive Line of EF-M, Canon EF and EF-S lenses
- Optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS M is required when using EF/EF-S lenses
On top of all of that, the EOS M200 comes with an impressive 24.1 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, making it a breeze to perfectly capture whatever life presents. To keep the inspiration rolling, the tilting LCD with touch screen allows for artistic freedom when shooting subjects from any angle your heart desires, that includes selfies. The opportunities are fun, expressive, open and endless, and this camera was made for all of it.
Pre-order your very own EOS M200 now!
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