Yongnuo's new camera is a mirrorless, EF mount, 4K Android device
Following rumors last year, well-known flash manufacturer Yongnuo has announced it will shortly be releasing its first mirrorless camera, the YN450. The smartphone-like camera will feature a 4G SIM card slot for instant content sharing, an Android operating system and a Canon EF lens mount.
The Yongnuo YN450 features a 5″ 1080p multi-touch display and will run on the Android 7.1 operating system with a Qualcomm 8-core processor. It has a 16MP micro four thirds image sensor from Panasonic, along with an 8MP front-facing camera next to the display.
The new camera will shoot 4K at 30 frames per second, currently the only information about its video capabilities available. More is known about its internal memory however, 32GB, along with a micro SD (TF) memory card slot to expand the onboard memory further.
The SIM card slot within the camera’s body allows it to connect to a 4G network, and Wifi connectivity will also be available. There's also a removable 4,000 mAh battery.
The company aims to launch the camera into the Chinese market next month, and remarkably, the price of the device is said to be under $500 USD.
You can follow more about the camera at Yongnuo rumours.