The Canon 200d, which launched earlier this month, is a super-high-resolution sensor that is just as capable of shooting in 4K and 1080p at the same time.
The sensor has an F2.0 aperture, so the image is sharper than the Canon 50D’s f/2.4 and 50mm lens and it can shoot in low light.
The camera also has an optical image stabilizer, and it supports the new Canon NX2 digital zoom lens, which can deliver incredible image quality.
Read more about the new sensor here: The Canon 100D is also a super high-resolution camera with a similar sensor, but it also supports a new Canon 55mm lens.
The Canon 50mm F1.8 lens is also supported by the Canon 100, and the 100D has a built-in digital zoom for shooting in low-light.
The new sensor also has a new auto focus, which means you can switch between the front and rear camera at any time, and there are two new image modes.
Canon’s sensor is also capable of recording 1080p and 4K video.
The 100D’s 1080p video can be captured in either 720p or 1080p, with a bitrate of up to 2.8 Mbps.
You can also record 4K on the 100d’s internal storage and store that in a separate external drive.
The 10MP sensor has a maximum f/1.7 aperture and a maximum aperture of f/3.5, which makes it capable of capturing 1080p or 4K footage.
Read our full review of the new 100D here: