Small and amazingly light, weighing 388g, the EOS M50 Mark II packs the latest photo and video technology into a stylish design that easily fits in your hand.
Equipped with a Vari-Angle touchscreen and a large, central electronic viewfinder, the EOS M50 Mark II allows you to shoot from different angles with intuitive touchscreen operation.
With a DSLR-sized sensor and incredible processing power, you can shoot stunning photos and cinematic 4K videos straight out of the camera - even in the toughest lighting conditions.
The EOS M50 Mark II does the thinking for you when shooting stills or video - even when your subject is at a distance. Capturing and tracking subjects quickly is easier than ever with the camera's ability to lock onto a subject's eyes from further away.
Produce incredible high-resolution video footage with a unique look and feel, and four times the image quality of Full HD.
The Vertical Video feature allows you to change up your shot length and angles to make interesting and unique videos - which are perfect for playback on smartphones.
Max 143 zones
10 shots per sec
Yes / Yes
Yes (Contrast AF only in 4K mode)
SD, SDHC, and SDXC
Approx 116.3 x 88.1 x 58.7mm, 388g
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