Canon is rolling out the latest addition to the EOS M series and its new model is set to be the company’s most intuitive and advanced mirrorless camera yet.
The EOS M50 is Canon’s first mirrorless camera to feature 4K movie capability, a vari-angle touchscreen and the latest DIGIC 8 image processor. There’s a centrally mounted electronic viewfinder, and the camera can even autosave footage to your phone while you’re still shooting.
Designed for travelling, the EOS M50 is small enough to be with you at all times. The 24.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor delivers beautiful soft backgrounds and sharp, high-resolution images in low-light situations. Continuous shooting is capped at 10 frames per second, meaning the most fleeting moments can be captured in rich detail.
“The EOS M50 is Canon’s most intuitive and powerful mirrorless camera to date,” says Brendan Maher, Product Manager – Cameras, Canon Australia. “Ultra-compact and packed with the latest processing power, sensor technology and 4K movies as well as ‘autosave’ to your phone, it’s the perfect companion for the modern traveller.”
Since its last EOS release, Cannon has improved the autofocus, Auto Lighting Optimiser, Digital Lens Optimiser and Highlight Tone Priority features. The EOS M50 is also the first camera to support the CR3 14-bit RAW file format, meaning users can create full-resolution RAW files at 30 – 40% of the size, saving precious gigabytes.
Canon’s EOS M50 integrates effortlessly with smart devices via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth using a constant low-energy connection, with the smart device handling remote triggering. This connection also makes sharing content with social media a seamless experience.
The EOS M50 mirrorless camera is compatible with dozens of Canon lenses, and you can experience its advanced features when it lands in Australia towards the end of March 2018. In other Cannon news, the camera brand is also bringing its Auto Intelligent Bounce Speedlite flash to our sunny shores.