Canon announces M200 mirrorless camera with 4K and Eye AF
Two years on from the announcement of the EOS M100, Canon has announced its successor, the EOS M200.
The new camera features a 24MP APS-C sensor that's paired to Canon's DIGIC 8 processor, and there's also Dual Pixel CMOS AF with the addition of Eye Detection AF.
In regards to video, there's 4K/23.98p shooting, as well as 120p HD videos. In addition, the camera also offers a 4K time-lapse feature, with the handy ability to take stills from 4K movies too.
Otherwise the M100 is a modest update to the M200, with the body design almost identical to its predecessor. We don't have any local release information yet, but we will update this post when we do.