It may have propelled back in mid-2018, however, the Canon EOS M50 Mark II stays outstanding amongst other tenderfoot mirrorless cameras around. With its mix of an EVF, Dual Pixel self-adjust, a little structure factor, and a moderate sticker price, it’s a pleasant little camera for both cell phone upgraders and travel shooters.
The first EOS M50 isn’t without its shortcomings, however, which is the reason bits of gossip have begun swirling about an EOS M50 Mark II.
The most recent theory proposes it could overcome any barrier to the later Canon EOS M6 Mark II while holding highlights that set it apart from different EOS M cameras like an electronic viewfinder and vari-point screen.
Other Canon EOS M50 Mark II bits of gossip likewise propose that it could fix the video limitations of the current model and even accompany in-self-perception adjustment (IBIS), which would be a major reward for such a little APS-C camera.
Here’s all that we think about the EOS M50 Mark II up until now.
Release date and cost
The first Canon EOS M50 turned out in February 2018, so it’s currently well more than two years of age. Regardless of its relative age, the most recent murmurs from Canon Rumors recommend an EOS M50 Mark II until the finish of 2020.
Prior bits of gossip had proposed that the EOS M50 Mark II would be propelled in September, yet it appears as though that has been pushed back to somewhat later in the year.
All things considered, that fits the discharge calendar of different EOS M cameras like the EOS M6, which was prevailing around more than two years after its discharge by the EOS M6 Mark II.
Specs and highlights
Some early murmurs in late 2019 from Canon Rumors gave us some conceivable essential specs for the EOS M50 Mark II.
These incorporate another 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor, which feels likely given its consideration in the later EOS M6 Mark II. That sensor gives you a major goal help over the 24.1MP EOS M50, which implies the more prominent potential for editing your shots.
The gossipy tidbits likewise recommended that the M50 Mark II will have a Digic 8 processor, which is a similar one as the current model. We believe it’s conceivable that it will really have an adaptation of Canon’s new Digic X processor rather, on the grounds that Canon has said that new cameras will contain custom-made variants of this chip. Those Digic 8 gossipy tidbits additionally pre-dated Canon’s declaration of the Digic X processor for the Canon 1DX Mark III.
All things considered, the leader EOS M6 Mark II has the Digic 8 processor and can take shots at 14fps with constant self-adjust, somewhat more than the M50’s 10fps greatest, so another model could unquestionably press more execution out of the more established processor.
Canon EOS M50 Mark II: New information about it? There haven’t yet been any breaks indicating the conceivable structure of the EOS M50 Mark II yet, however, an ongoing patent proposes Canon may have figured out how to make its mirrorless full-edge and APS-C cameras somewhat littler.
As Canon News called attention to, the patent shows a plan that moves the screening engine from its customary situation close to the battery compartment underneath the shade gathering. This could permit Canon to make the EOS M50 Mark II somewhat littler, however, it won’t be an uncommon change given the current M50 is as of now lighter than the EOS M6 Mark II and necessities space for that viewfinder.