Canon has officially announced the EOS M50 Mark II and considered one of the most famous mirrorless cameras ever. But, the Canon EOS M50 Mark II won’t initially be available in all regions, including Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The new Canon EOS M50 successor has many of the features rumored in the previous month. However, the EOS M50 Mark II has an extremely minor advancement of the small, EF-M camera. On 14th October 2020, Canon announced the launch of the EOS M50 Mark II in some international regions. It is the successor to the award-winning EOS M50 mirrorless camera. The company said, “At this stage, we are unable to confirm if and when this camera will launch in EMEA”. So, the original Canon EOS M50 fans in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East have to wait to see its sale in their regions.
The Canon EOS M50 Mark II will be available to buy from late November for a body-only price of $599.99. You can get the EOS M50 Mark II with an EF-M 15-45mm for $699.99 or the in a double zoom lens kit with the EF-M 15-45mm and EF-M55-200mm for $929.99. Some previous rumors earlier suggested that the Canon EOS M50 Mark II would bring exciting new features like a Digic X processor, a new 32.5MP sensor, and unshackled 4K video powers. But, the company provided a small upgrade with a light APS-C mirrorless camera with the same 24.1MP CMOS sensor. The EOS M50 Mark II offers at least a few new features in the software department. Canon has improved autofocus, including Eye AF for stills, video, and support for vertical video shooting.
The EOS M50 Mark II gets a couple of interface improvements with a new tap video record button on the Vari-angle touchscreen. The new camera is compatible with wireless YouTube Live streaming and Canon’s EOS Webcam Utility software. Canon fans were expecting to see a new version of the EOS M50 inject some new life into Canon’s crop sensor system. Rumors suggested few reasons for existing Canon EOS M50 owners to upgrade, and anyone looking for a small, hybrid mirrorless camera for shooting a mix of stills and video. It should probably be considered alternatives like the Panasonic Lumix G100, Nikon Z50, Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III, and rumored Fujifilm X-S10.