Canon unveiled the EOS M50 Mark II mirrorless camera in India for both photographers and filmmakers. Canon EOS M50 Mark II is the successor to the EOS M50 which was launched in 2018. According to Canon, the EOS M50 Mark II includes “many of the beloved features of its predecessor” while adding a few more to improve usability.
The latest EOS M50 Mark II camera model brings improvements for users such as support for vertical video shooting and webcam functionality. Canon EOS M50 Mark II targets digital content creators with YouTube Livestream support. Camera users also get an LCD panel that adds video record button and movie self-timer for a better vlog experience.
Canon EOS M50 Mark II is equipped with a 24.1 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 8 image processor similar to the camera’s predecessor. There is an ISO scale of 100-25600 which is expandable up to 51200 in the latest Canon camera. The M50 Mark II includes enhanced eye detection AF that helps detect and focus a subject’s eye even when the person is at a distance. Eye-detection AF is available with both Servo AF when shooting still images and Movie Servo AF when shooting video.
As for video specs, the EOS M50 Mark II can record 4K video at up to 24 fps and does so on a single UHS-1 SD card. It is not possible to record 4K at 30fps using Canon’s latest mirrorless camera.
The Canon EOS M50 Mark II is priced at Rs 58,995 and will be up for grabs from December 2020.
The Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera offers support for vertical video shooting, webcam functionality and more.
- Canon EOS M50 Mark II is the company’s latest mirrorless camera.
- Canon EOS M50 Mark II aims at digital content creators with vlog specific features.
- Canon EOS M50 Mark II is priced at Rs 58,995 in India.