Canon EOS R50
Camera Canon R50 | price Canon R50
With an excellent balance between quality and price the Camera Canon R50 is an ideal mirrorless for the amateur who starts as the advanced. with a 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor sensor. For the price Canon R50 is also interesting for video, it not only records 4k 25p without cropping, as well as direct vertical video. All of course with an incredible autofocus.
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Camera Canon R50 | price Canon R50
A compact and lightweight camera, the Canon EOS R50 Black is a highly versatile mirrorless camera with a sophisticated set of photography and video features. Aimed at content creators and vloggers, this camera is slightly smaller and lighter than the EOS M50 Mark II and features an upgraded 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC X image processor to deliver high-resolution stills and UHD 4K videos.
24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC X processing
With a powerful 24.2 MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC X image processor, the R50 delivers high-resolution images with bold, accurate colours. Designed to work in a variety of lighting conditions, this camera offers a flexible range of ISO 100-32000 that can be expanded to ISO 51200 to work in difficult lighting conditions. Using the full width of the sensor, UHD 4K 30p video recording with 6K oversampling is supported, as well as Full HD 1080 120p for slow-motion playback. In addition, 1 hour of video recording is now available. Capable of processing high-speed bursts and high-resolution 4K video, the DIGIC X image processor also supports continuous shooting at up to 15fps via its silent electronic shutter.
Enhanced dual-pixel AF II CMOS
With 651 high-precision autofocus zones, the advanced Dual Pixel CMOS AF II system provides fast and accurate focusing performance. This phase detection focusing system offers enhanced subject detection and tracking, with the ability to intelligently recognize people, animals and vehicles while automatically fixing on these subjects and maintaining sharp focus during bursts and video captures.
2.36m dot EVF and vari-angle LCD touchscreen
Providing high-resolution viewing at eye level, the R50 is designed with a bright and clear 2.36 million dot OLED EVF for a pleasant electronic viewfinder experience. In addition, a large 3.0" 1.62m dot vari-angle touchscreen provides an intuitive interface for controlling focus points, navigating menus and reviewing images. This display also features a vari-angle design for ease of use when working from high places and low angles.
Advanced A+ Support
Experience the joy of creative photography with an expanded variety of self-supporting scenes. Advanced A+ Assist enables excellent images even in harsh environments, such as night views and backlit scenarios. Overexposure is automatically reduced so you can capture dynamic scenes or bright portraits, and multiple continuous shots are taken to create beautiful night images or macro photographs with a greater depth of field.
Simple and convenient browsing
With video recording features like recording uncropped 4K UHD movies at up to 30fps, recording high-frame rate Full-HD movies at up to 120fps, Dual Pixel CMOS AF tracking and Movie for close-up demo mode, the R50 camera makes creating vlogging and video content simple and convenient. The camera also allows you to record video continuously for up to 1 hour, allowing you to set up your video and keep your vlog, podcast, or other video project running without worrying about it stopping.
Video for close-up demo mode
Make sure the correct subject is in focus with Film for Close-Up Demonstrations mode on the R50 mirrorless camera. This mode quickly shifts the focus of the subject in the camera to an object that is presented towards the camera lens, ideal for films where it is necessary to show a product to viewers, such as makeup demonstrations or cooking videos.
Vertical movie mode and aspect markers
Movie rotation information can be set during or after movie recording, allowing videos to play in vertical composition when viewed on a smartphone. The Appearance Markers feature displays visual markers for different aspect ratios that you may want to post the same file to multiple social networking sites. This screen provides consideration for the proper composition of the different delivery files that can be created during editing.
Wired and wireless connectivity options allow for multiple methods of photo and video transfer, live streaming, as well as remote camera control. Physically, the camera features a USB-C port, a micro-HDMI port, and a microphone port for video recording.
UVC/UAC compatibility allows the R50 camera to be used as a webcam to stream live video in Full HD without additional computer software. Supported apps include Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype, and similar online web conferencing software.
Built-in Bluetooth pairing allows you to easily connect the camera to compatible smart devices using the free Canon Camera Connect app. This low-power wireless connection helps preserve battery life while providing remote control of the camera. It also sends continuously updated GPS location data from your phone, allowing you to geotag what you've captured to know precisely where you captured the photo.
Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity enables fast and seamless wireless features such as live remote viewing, file viewing, and transfer. With the Canon Camera Connect app, you can also transfer files to your mobile device for browsing and sharing on social media.
The built-in USB-C allows you to connect the camera to a smartphone or computer. All Canon Camera Connect app features that can be used with Wi-Fi are now available when the camera and smartphone are connected via USB, using a compatible cable for your device.
State-of-the-art pop-up flash and multifunction shoe
A built-in pop-up flash provides additional illumination for working in low-light conditions, and the camera's multifunction hot shoe adds a row of pins at the front of the design to allow for greater functionality of accessories. This next-generation shoe also provides power to select accessory types that traditionally rely on separate batteries.