Compact, lightweight and stylish, the EOS M200 features a range of smart shooting modes that make it perfect for people looking to explore their creativity in both video with 4K technology, and photography with inter-changeable lenses.
Achieve eye catching image quality with DIGIC 8 processor, Dual Pixel CMOS AF and 4K Full HD 120/100p movie capability. Seamlessly record vertically and playback vertical videos on your smart device.
Shoot high quality self portraits with ease with the 180 degree tilting touch screen and slim, lightweight design, perfect for carrying around in your bag for daily use.
Capture that perfect shot, with a tilt and touchscreen LCD. Use the touchscreen to pull focus on your subjects quickly and easily.
Capture your travels with high image clarity, beautiful background blur and outstanding colour thanks to 24.1MP APS-C size CMOS sensor.
Built in WiFi and Bluetooth allows you to instantly connect to your preferred device and share your images and video to your favourite social network sites. The camera’s connectivity capabilities also enables you to use your smartphone as a remote control so you can get in the frame and remotely capture the perfect group selfie.
APS-C size CMOS
3 inch, tilt-up LCD touch screen
1 x SD memory card
Up to 25600
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