The Canon EOS M200, which is available in black, is particularly stylish and extremely versatile, combining a wide variety of shooting skills with a practical form factor. The M200 is equipped with a 24.1-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 8 image processor, which allows for high-resolution still photography as well as a 6.1-frames-per-second continuous shooting rate and a wide ISO 100-25600 sensitivity range to accommodate working in a variety of lighting conditions.
Additionally, UHD 4K video recording and in-camera 4K time-lapse movie creation are enabled for a creative fusion of stills and video. Additionally, the sensor’s architecture allows for Dual Pixel CMOS AF, which employs phase-detection focusing to deliver rapid, accurate, and smooth performance that is suitable for both stills and video shooting.
The Canon EOS M200 is a variable lens camera that is both small and user-friendly. It boasts a 24MP sensor, excellent Dual Pixel focusing, and, in terms of image quality, it provides excellent value for money. It’s the successor to Canon’s earlier M100, which we praised for its image quality.
Canon hasn’t changed much about the M200’s formula, but is it enough to make it stand out in a sea of more fierce competition? To see how well the Canon EOS M200 performs as a travel camera capable of capturing images of just about anything, I took it on a brief trip to Oklahoma for a family wedding.
Best Gimbal for Canon EOS M200