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Canon EOS M50 Mark II

The Canon EOS M50 Mark II is the first revision of the bestseller mirrorless camera M50. Besides the existing strengths of the first EOS M50, which offered solid features in the lower price segment with a comparatively high-resolution EVF, a flexible display as well as a microphone connection, Canon primarily improved the firmware.

Thus, there is an eye autofocus in photo and video mode, a clean HDMI signal for streaming (aka Clean HDMI Out), vertical video recording for social media, integrated YouTube live streaming via the Cloud, a video self-timer as well as a nearly 6 percent longer battery life.

We generally recommend SDHC and SDXC memory cards with an UHS-I-interface and a SD Speed Class from U3/V30 or above, if you're using a Canon EOS M50 Mark II. More expensive UHS-II-cards do not offer any advantage in terms of speed (burst mode) or video capabilities.


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