Featuring an APS-C sensor with 24 megapixels and a user-friendly design, the Canon EOS M50 Mark II is a tiny mirrorless camera. When compared to its predecessor, it only has a few minor improvements, but it has a price that’s hard to beat, ergonomics that are easy on the eyes, and image quality that’s rock solid. Improvements have been made to the focusing system, as well as the ability to record videos in a vertical orientation and to Livestream straight to YouTube from the camera, provided that the Wi-Fi connection is strong enough.
We compared the Canon EOS M50 Mark II to a few other tiny and powerful stills cameras that are also partially designed with vlogging in mind. It is essential to keep in mind that the only thing that can provide mechanical image stabilization on any of these cameras is the lens (provided that you are using a stabilized lens with the M50 Mark II and the Panasonic G100, respectively). Because using electronic stabilization results in a crop (which, on the M50 Mark II, is an increase to the already significant crop), we have taken that into account in the table that follows.