According to its website, Canon Australia has announced late-April availability of the EOS 200D Mk II, which it is pitching as the smallest and lightest (449g) EOS camera to date.
It features a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, DIGIC 8 Image Processor and 3-inch vari-angle LCD touchscreen. It shoots 4K video – but with a heavy crop. It can instantly send images to compatible smartphones through Auto Image Transfer via Wi-Fi connectivity.
It delivers nine AF points across the optical viewfinder, including a new Spot AF which allows users to focus on a precise spot in the composition. It features Dual Pixel AF with Eye Detection AF in Live View shooting mode. It also has a smooth skin setting – which should add to its appeal with the fast-wrinkling Baby Boomer segment.
Continuous shooting is at up to 5fps.
That’s about it, really. Price not provided, but US price is US$600, body only; so maybe $950 over here?