Canon EOS M50 Mark II is rumoured to announce later this year.
Canon recently launched their latest EOS R5 and R6 cameras. Both are full-frame mirrorless models offering great photography and videography features. Today, new leaks suggest that there is a high-end APS-C camera in the works, a replacement to the 7D Mark II. This camera could belong to the Canon EOS R series or M series line of cameras. A few short hours later, there’s new about one more camera launch, the Canon EOS M50 Mark II. This will be the successor to the Canon EOS M50 and in now rumoured to launch later this year.
EOS M50 Mark II Specs
Canon EOS M50 Mark II will not be a replacement to the company’s 7D Mark II, the high-end APS-C camera. This will be an upgrade over the previous model. Canon EOS M50 is one of the company’s promising camera models and it was due for an upgrade. The EOS M50 offered advance dual Dual Pixel AF system and was the only camera in that range offering 4K video recording—although cropping the videos by 2.7X. The successor will most likely improve on these points while offering a feature-rich camera system.
As per rumours, there will be brand new 24 Megapixel APS-C sensor fitted on the camera which will support the ISO range from 100 to 25600. The dual pixel autofocus will be improved now than before as well. There will be a fully articulating 3-inch display which will also be touch-sensitive. Other specs like the 2.36 million dots electronic viewfinder is said to remain the same.
EOS M50 Mark II Price and Release Date
EOS M50 Mark II is believed to launch in the 4th quarter of 2020 in Japan. Although this will be an early announcement, rumours suggest that the camera wouldn’t be available till early 2021 in the global market. The pricing is also in the early stages of speculation where it rumoured to cost $800 for the body-only version.
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