If you are looking for a best beginner mirrorless camera with cheaper price, Canon EOS M50 is the perfect option for you. Canon first launched the model at the start of 2018. After a long wait, rumors indicate an EOS M50 II (also called the M60). Canon EOS M50 remains a solid choice for stills shooters right now. The EOS M50 II will bridge the specs and features gap to the more recent Canon EOS M6 Mark II. It has the electronic viewfinder and vari-angle screen that set it apart from other EOS M cameras. The original Canon EOS M50 launched in the month of February 2018. The latest whispers from Canon Rumors suggest an EOS M50 Mark II won’t be announced until September 2020.
The EOS M50 Mark II sits below the flagship Canon EOS M6 Mark II, 850 U.S dollars. The original EOS M50 was at 680 U.S dollars when launched. It was predicted that the Mark II isn’t likely to be available until later in 2020. So, the original EOS M50 remains a good option at its current discounted price, as long as you’re prepared to accept its 4K video-related limitations. The latest whispers from Canon Rumors have only produced some basic possible specs for the EOS M50 Mark II. These include a new 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor, which feels like a given its inclusion in the more recent EOS M6 Mark II. Its sensors provide a big resolution boost over the 24.1MP EOS M50.
Rumors say the M50 Mark II will have a Digic 8 processor. The EOS M50 was basically the first camera with this processor. The flagship EOS M6 Mark II can shoot at 14fps with continuous autofocus, slightly more than the M50’s 10fps maximum. The noteworthy and interesting rumors indicate the M50 Mark II video shooting capabilities. It is currently one of the EOS M50’s main weaknesses because it can only shoot 4K with a 1.6x crop and at 24p or 25p. The rumors suggest that the vari-angle screen will remain a 3-inch, 1.04-million dots, but didn’t mention about upgrades to the electronic viewfinder (EVF), autofocus or battery life.