Images rendered in 10-bit HDR PQ have a higher dynamic range with beautiful gradations, especially in highlights areas. Achieve greater gradation when using Auto Lighting Optimizer and Highlight Tone Priority with HDR PQ.
Meet the Canon EOS R50, the new RF-mount successor to the EOS M50 Mark II that was a hit among bloggers. Recording video in 4K 30p (6K oversampled) or Full HD 120p with the lightweight Canon EOS R50 gives you more room to express your creative abilities. Focusing for photos and videos is a breeze thanks to EOS iTR AF X and Dual Pixel CMOS AF II.
Highly accurate burst shooting of up to 15 frames per second allows you to capture stunning images at a resolution of 24.2 megapixels.
The EOS R50 maintains high image quality and performance comparable to the higher end EOS R10 while remaining compact in size, with width and height nearly identical to the previous EOS M50 Mark II model. It’s small and light enough to be brought everywhere for you to record your vlogs for the world!
The 6K oversampling process in the EOS R50 uses the same debayer algorithm from the CINEMA EOS System. You can shoot amazing 4K videos with clearer video quality and lesser noise compared to native 4K recordings.
The EOS R50 can record in IPB (FHD 30p 12Mbps), which is great for posting on social media. The camera allows transcoding and it compresses 4K and Full HD into smaller file sizes for ease of transfer to smartphones or social media platforms.
Want to give your audience a closer look at your favourite item or your latest purchase in a product review vlog? Now your livestreams and recordings can be made without stressing over whether the item in your hands is in focus. The Close-up mode will always be able to focus on the item closest to the screen and switch back to focus on you after the item is out of screen.
Make your storytelling stand out with some cinematic slow-motion effects. Slow down the footage by up to 4x (playback at 30p) with the EOS R50’s 120p Full High Definition (FHD) recording.
Deliver smooth handheld footage even while using a lens without image stabilisation. Five-axis stabilisation is delivered by Movie Digital IS to reduce the effects of camera movement.
When used in conjunction with an RF lens with IS, coordinated control is used to improve stabilisation even more.
Be different! Livestream to your audiences with superior video and audio quality with the EOS R50. Simply plug and play using a compatible USB-C cable to your computer and use the camera as a high quality webcam.
View vertically recorded videos on the EOS R50 directly on your smart devices without the need to make edits or conversions. Now you can upload vertical videos directly to your favourite social media platforms.
With the Aspect Marker function, you can make content that fits your favorite social media seamlessly. Use the visual guides of your preferred aspect ratios while you’re shooting to help you better frame and compose your shots.
Appreciate the convenience of having a video compiled for you to relish at the end of the day. Each time you take a photo, the Hybrid Auto Mode will automatically record approx. 2-4 seconds of footage before the shot.
These short clips are then compiled together with the images taken on the same day to make a digest movie.
The camera’s angle of view changes slightly during focus racking while recording video, causing an annoying ‘pulsing’ effect in the footage. The EOS R50 corrects this automatically when a compatible lens is used, ensuring a smooth and natural result consistently.