Updated on 26th June 2017:
Nokishita Camera has published a series of pictures of the Canon 200D (Canon Rebel SL2), the next version of the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR camera. On the whole, the new camera series is worth a lot of upgrades, but it will not be “small and light” anymore.
As the series expands, we can see that the design of the Canon 200D has been significantly upgraded and more similar to the advanced models such as the 800D. The new camera is said to be using a 24-megapixel sensor with a maximum shutter speed of 5fps, as well as a built-in Vari-Angle Touchscreen LCD display.
However, the price of the Canon 200D will also increase against the Canon 100D; (122.4×92.6×69.8mm compared to 117x91x69mm and 453g compared to 370g) and it will be announced on June 29, 2017.
Canon is expected to introduce a new DSLR EOS 200D (Rebel SL2 or Kiss X8) at the CES 2016 event which will be held early next year. This will be the world’s most compact and lightweight DSLR camera, inherited the title from the Canon EOS 100D (Rebel SL1) debuted two years ago.
Canon Rebel SL1 is also known under the name as Canon 100D or Kiss X7. Compared with its predecessor SL2 will have 24-megapixel sensor, shared between the 750/760D. Focus system is upgraded to Hybrid CMOS AF III, Digic 6 image processor and wireless charging capabilities.
Canon EOS 200D Specs (Rebel SL2): Leak
- 24-megapixel sensor, similar T6i/T6s
- Smaller in size compared to SL1
- Autofocus 19 point
- Hybrid CMOS AF III
- Digic 6 image processor
- Wireless charging
- New Batteries