The Canon EOS M200 is the cheapest EOS M mirrorless model in the current camera range, but it’s also very compact and straightforward to use, so it’s ideal for photographers who want to upgrade from a smartphone but don’t want to have to learn straight away all the jargon and techniques of photography.
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The EOS M200 comes with a flip-up touchscreen display that can face forward for selfies, and Canon’s EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM kit lens, which has a retracting mechanism for extra compactness when you want to put the camera away in your bag.
It’s not the world’s most advanced mirrorless camera, but if you’re just starting out or you don’t want to be bamboozled by tech, then that’s probably a good thing!
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Canon EOS M200 (black) & 15-45mm lens |
was £569.00 | now £419.00 (opens in new tab)
Save £150 This is a big saving on a very effective and simple camera for photo novices. The EOS M200 is easy to use, with a 180-degree flip-over screen for selfies, 4K video and 24MP photos, and it includes a 3x zoom lens too.