The Canon EOS M200 goes to Oklahoma
Canon's new EOS M200 is an awful lot like its predecessor, the EOS M100. That means it's tiny, beginner-friendly and generally takes nice photographs – but a new processor speeds things up, and unlocks (heavily cropped) 4K video.
And so, since attending far-flung weddings with entry-level cameras is apparently just what I do these days, I took the M200 with me to Oklahoma City for a wedding and some sight-seeing along the way. Check out how it did in our sample gallery.
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