The EOS M200 is Canon’s new entry-level mirrorless camera. It’s easy to use, has a 24MP sensor, great Dual Pixel autofocus, and in terms of image quality, gives you a lot of bang for your buck. Here are the latest Canon EOS M200 reviews published on the web.
The new Digic 8 processor on Canon EOS M200 allows for Dual Pixel AF with eye detection, heavily cropped 4K/24p video and improved battery life.
- 24MP APS-C sensor with Dual Pixel autofocus
- Digic 8 image processor
- Face and eye detect autofocus
- 4K/24p video capture (1.7x crop)
- 3″ tilting touchscreen
- 6.1fps burst shooting (~4fps with AF)
- CIPA rated to 315 shots per charge, USB charging
- Wi-FI and Bluetooth
- MSRP of $599 USD with 15-45mm F3.5-6.3 kit lens
From Dpreview conclusion
The Canon EOS M200 is, overall, a good camera. It’s one that I believe, as with its predecessor, is a bit more than the sum of its parts. For those that are more novice photographers, the M200 is a capable and affordable option that’s fun to use and churns out nice photographs without much fuss. Thanks to slower burst speeds and slightly hunty autofocus, it won’t be the best option for capturing fast-moving or unpredictable subjects like animated children: Sony’s pricier a6100 is a better bet there for some family photography.
From PhotographyBlog review :
For those who want to take their photography slightly more seriously than their smartphone allows, but without investing heavily to do so, the Canon EOS M200 provides a decent point of entry.
From CameraLabs verdict :
Overall the M200 represents a mild update over its predecessor, but the key here, as before, is to provide a large APSC sensor with good autofocus (at least for 1080 video), a tilting selfie-screen and great wireless connectivity at a relatively low price, making it an ideal step-up from photography and vlogging….
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