Canon launches Mirrorless Camera With 4K Video Support in India for Millennials

Cannon India on Friday propelled “EOS M50” — a brand new mirrorless camera for the recent college grads in India that houses the “DIGIC 8” image processor to guarantee better picture quality and accompanies 4K motion picture shooting capacity.

India is one of the world’s greatest emerging market as are the demands, supply, expectations and consumption of the population, and EOS M50 is a first end result of the brand’s consumer-first approach

“EOS M50” is available with a single kit option for Rs 61,995.

Outfitted with an enhanced “double pixel CMOS AF”, the lightweight versatile camera with 24.1MP “APS-C measured CMOS” sensor will enable clients to shoot ultra-top quality pictures, and videos even under low-light conditions.

With the touch and drag AF, clients are additionally ready to choose and move the AF outline by means of touch board while looking through the implicit 2.36 million spot electronic viewfinder (EVF).

“India is an evolving market and so are the demands and expectations of the customers. EOS M50 fortifies our sense of duty regarding the mirrorless fragment. This item is an aftereffect of our ‘shopper first’ approach,” Kazutada Kobayashi, President and CEO, Canon India, told columnists here.

The “4K Frame Grab” function allows to capture high-resolution pictures to be separated from the recording taken.

Additionally, with combination IS lenses, users can expect reduced camera shake during movie shooting.

“Notwithstanding when utilizing non-IS focal points, the EOS M50’s worked in five-pivot adjustment include guarantees that clients can appreciate consistent and steadfast video catch,” the organization said.

Clients can likewise shoot in high-outline rate of HD 120p to render rich moderate movement development and articulation when played back.

With the ordinary ISO speed of 25,600 and expandable up to 51,200, clients can accomplish clear shots with least clamor in low-light conditions.

The newly added “silent” mode (applicable in scene mode) mutes the shutter sound, making the mirrorless a perfect device for capturing events like concerts.

The camera permits a persistent shooting rate of roughly 10fps of every one shot AF and 7.4fps in “Servo” AF.

The EOS M50 is likewise intended for solitary activity, with catches and dials situated on the correct side of the camera so clients can change settings even while looking through the electronic view finder (EVF).

The gadget underpins Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and close field correspondence (NFC) network and clients can combine “EOS M50” to savvy gadgets for sharing pictures and recordings. The camera bolsters iOS and Android OS.

“Taking our targets of client pleasure and advancement ahead, we will keep on pushing new item improvement in both Digital SLR and Mirror Less market segment,” said Kobayashi.

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