Today Canon unveiled a second generation entry-level APS-C mirrorless. The new Canon EOS M50 Mark II is built around the same 24 megapixels Dual-Pixel 1.6X-Crop APS-C as its predecessor paired with a modern DIGIC 8 processor to speed up autofocus performance.
This compact mirrorless remains virtually identical to its predecessor both externally and internally. The Dual-Pixel CMOS sensor is used to create a virtual 143-Point Phase-Detect AF system with continuous tracking nearly everywhere around the frame. It comes with a speedy mechanical shutter which can capture images at 10 FPS. The M50 Mark II is capable of capturing 4K Ultra-HD video at 24 FPS and 1080p at 60 FPS.
Part of the Canon M-system this mirrorless is highly compact and very light, weighing just 388g. Even being so light, can manages to fit a mid-size 0.39″ EVF with a sharp 2.4 megapixels and builtin Eye-Start Sensor. There is also a 3″ LCD on the rear with 1 megapixels mounted on a rotating hinge to help capture selfies. The interface is simple with just one control-dial.
The new Canon EOS M50 Mark II is expected to ship next month for $700 USD.