Canon EOS200DII was released in April 2019, and another SLR EOS1500D was released in 2018. Both SLRs are positioned as entry-level products, both equipped with a 24.1 million pixel APS-C frame sensor. Recently, foreign media reported that these two SLR fuselages will be updated in 2021.
The picture is cash Canon EOS200DII
First, let’s take a look at the rumored EOS200DIII. If all goes well, this camera will be unveiled in the third quarter of 2021. It is rumored that it will still be equipped with a 24-megapixel APS-C format sensor. It also supports full-pixel dual-core focus, and supports 4K/30P video without cropping. Compared with EOS200DII, it will also support full-pixel dual-core focus when recording 4K video.
For EOS1500D, its replacement product will be EOS1600D. There is little news about this product. It is known that it will use a 24 million pixel sensor and support full-pixel dual-core focusing, but it will Support eye priority focus. In addition, the function of 4K video recording is added, but it is not a cropless video, and only supports contrast detection and focus during video recording.
Editor’s point of view
For the rumored EOS200DIII, the compact body of the EOS200DII that appeared earlier and the different color schemes attracted the attention of some entry-level consumers. Good sales. The EOS1600D is obviously also a choice to further lower the threshold of entry users, I believe it is also one of Canon’s methods to grasp new users. Although from the parameter point of view, there may be a sense of “clearing inventory”, it will eventually be reflected in the price.
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