Canon has added a new DLSR to its line up with the launch of the new Canon EOS 250D, it comes with a large 24.1 Megapixel Dual Pixel CMOS APS-C sensor.
The Canon EOS 250D is capable of recording 4K video and it comes with Canon’s latest image processor, the DIGIC 8.
Straightforward handling in a lightweight and manageable body, the EOS 250D enables the whole family to enjoy capturing life’s experiences, whenever, wherever. The guided user interface makes this effortless from the moment the camera is switched on, with on-screen hints and tips to ensure everyone is getting the most out of the camera. It is also easy for users to capture their experiences in imaginative ways with Canon’s Creative Assist feature, a suite of effects, filters and colour adjustment tools to apply to photographs when composing an image or after it has been taken.
Canon’s DIGIC 8 image processor supports a variety of improvements in Live View autofocus precision and Eye AF, Auto Lighting Optimizer, Digital Lens Optimizer and Highlight Tone Priority for sharp high-resolution images ready to share straight from the camera. The 24.1 Megapixel sensor performs well in low-light and facilitates a shallow depth of field, adding beautiful background bokeh to treasured family portraits. The camera’s cutting-edge technology combined with its ease of use, makes the EOS 250D the perfect DSLR for those wanting to capture precious family moments so they can be enjoyed for generations to come.
You can find out more information about the new Canon EOS 250D over at Canon at the link below, it will go on sale in the UK and Europe on the 25th of April. The body only will cost £529 and the body with an 18-55mm lens will retail for £599.
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