The EOS M50 Mark II is becoming more attractive to vloggers
The EOS M50 Mark II is becoming more attractive to vloggers

Canon, the leader in digital imaging solutions, has launched the new EOS M50 Mark II, an interchangeable lens camera with a 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 8 image processor.

The camera is a relatively small update to the popular original, and it's primarily aimed at creative people.

The biggest change is the dual pixel autofocus system. The updated product can now do continuous gaze tracking in videos instead of using some static mode as before.

This can make it easier to use the camera for interviews or the VCR as the camera will continue to focus on your subject.

The EOS M50 Mark II can also record portrait videos, which you can stream directly to YouTube via a smartphone connection.

For photographers, the flip-up 3-inch touch screen offers a "tap to capture" button, a "tap to focus" button and a built-in movie timer. For a better video experience.

In terms of photography, the EOS M50 Mark II now has an electronic shutter option and also supports webcams with Canon's EOS Webcam Utility.

Other features remain the same, only contrast-detection autofocus is supported, and you can still record 4K videos.

Camera owners can access the cloud service to improve workflow.

The video plays in 1080p with dual pixel autofocus and the camera records slow-motion videos at 120fps.

Canon said: This camera paves the way for photographers and photography enthusiasts to try an interchangeable lightweight camera with many features similar to professional full-frame cameras.

The camera does not have a headphone connection for audio monitoring, but a (Micro-USB) connection instead of (USB-C).

The EOS M50 Mark II will be available for $ 599 (case only) in late November 2020. The price of a camera with a lens is $ 699.

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