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The M200 gains the ability to shoot 4K/24p video (23.98fps, to be exact), but there's a catch: When shooting 4K there's a 1.6x crop and, when combined with the 1.6x crop of APS-C, this adds up to 2.56x. The bundled 15-45mm zoom thus becomes a 38-115mm equivalent lens when you shoot 4K. The widest Canon EF-M lens is 11-22mm, which turns into 28-56mm equivalent. That's still wide-ish, but be aware that if you're vlogging, or just want to shoot wide-angle, you might find that compound crop effect very limiting.

If you drop down to 1080 the crop disappears, and frame rates of 30p and 60p become available. If you want to shoot at 120 fps you'll need to shoot at 1280 x 720 resolution - which is still fine for sharing on social media.

One of the M200's new party tricks is the ability to record vertical videos, much like the PowerShot G7 X Mark III. Unlike that camera though, the M200 cannot stream live video to YouTube.