Canon updates EOS 200D

Canon updates EOS 200D

Canon recently launched the EOS 200D II, the latest addition to the EOS DSLR range and successor to the EOS 200D.

Powered by Canon's DIGIC 8 imaging processor and packed with a multitude of features, the EOS 200D II boasts light weight and a compact body. With the Creative Assist and smooth skin feature incorporated for the first time on an EOS DSLR, users will be able to achieve desired effects on their photos and take picture-perfect selfies easily on the EOS 200D II.

Powered by the latest DIGIC 8 processor and a 24.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor, users can expect to capture sharp, vibrant images in optimum quality. A wide ISO range of 100 to 25,600 (expandable to 51,200) allows for shooting in a variety of lighting conditions, while noise level is kept to a minimum in low light conditions.

The Auto Lighting Optimiser allows for the capturing of scenes like the dramatic gradations of a sunrise or sunset or the rich hues of a grass field. A continuous shooting rate of up to 5fps makes tracking fast-moving subjects like active pets at play or children crossing the finish line at sporting events simple to bring to life.

EOS 200D II. Canon Thailand

EOS 200D II also allows automatic photo transfer from the camera to a smart device upon shooting, then uploading them to social media platforms or cloud storage with the camera's dedicated one-touch Wi-Fi button to facilitate connection.

With the built-in Bluetooth low energy technology, the camera can stay connected for quick access such as image viewing on smart devices without the hassle of taking the camera out of your bag.

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