Is Canon’s New Camera Nothing More Than a Firmware Upgrade?
Canon’s big announcement this week was the brand new EOS M50 Mark II, an upgrade to the insanely popular M50 that was released in 2018. But how “brand new” is it, and does it qualify as an upgrade if all of the new features could easily have been delivered through a firmware update?
The marketing spiel from Canon would have you believe that the M50 Mark II offers significant advantages over its predecessor. “The EOS M50 Mark II continues to pave the way for photography and video enthusiasts,” gushes Tatsuro Kano, executive vice president and general manager of the Canon U.S.A, “to experience a lightweight interchangeable lens camera with many similar features as our full-frame professional mirrorless cameras.”
The “improved video features and autofocus capabilities”…
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