Canon has introduced the new Canon EOS 250D, the successor to the EOS 200D. This new midrange DSLR comes jam-packed with impressive features. It is the world’s lightest DSLR with a moveable screen and makes it a perfect choice when traveling. ( weighing in at 449 grams.)
Canon EOS 250D Specifications
The Canon EOS 250D comes with 24.1 Megapixel APS-C sensor. The Camera is powered by Canon’s latest Digic 8 image processor. The 250D also supports 4K video recording at 24 fps and 1080p recording at 60 fps. The Vari-Angle touchscreen makes awkward angles and selfies easy. There is also an option to record timelapse in 4K resolution.
The camera has WIFI and Bluetooth connectivity. The 250D also has an HDMI port and a USB 2.0 port. The Camera can remotely transfer photos to Android and iOS devices using the Canon Camera Connect app.
The Canon EOS 250D has a 3 inches flip out touchscreen display, which is a vari-angle TFT LCD display, allowing you to use the screen to focus and take a photo in live view. Eye-level SLR viewfinder is present that covers around 95% of the scene.
The Canon EOS 250D has 9-Points AF across the optical viewfinder. It supports Dual Pixel CMOS AutoFocus with Eye Detection AF in Live View shooting mode.
The EOS 250D can shoot 1,070 shots when using the viewfinder while 320 shots while using live view. There is a significant improvement in battery life when compared to the EOS 200D.
The 250D has a burst rate of 5 fps, a microphone port is present but there is no headphone socket and with a maximum ISO of 25 600.
Canon EOS 200D Vs 250D
The main difference is the 250D can shoot 4k video recording while the 200D can only shoot 1080p at 60 fps. The new Digic 8 camera processor is better than the older Digic 7 which improves the camera image quality and battery life as well. Battery life is way better in new 250D. The 250D has improved Duel pixel Cmos AF and a new creative assist.
Sales will start around the end of May 2019. Pricing has not been confirmed as yet, Follow us via Social media for updates.