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EOS Kiss M2

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Marketed November 2020
Original Price Open price
Specifications Open PDF (239KB)

The EOS Kiss M2 features Dual Pixel CMOS AF (DPAF), an autofocus technology in which each effective pixel on the CMOS sensor is able to perform both phase-difference autofocusing and imaging functions. In addition, the sensor realizes up to approximately 7.4 frames per second (fps) continuous shooting with AF tracking and up to approximately 10 fps continuous shooting with fixed AF. Thanks to the Eye Detection AF1, which can be used with servo AF and video servo AF, the camera can automatically detect and focus on the eyes of moving subjects, the camera also makes it easier for users to enjoy photography of human subjects.

Equipped with the DIGIC 8 image processor and an approximately 24.1 million effective pixel2 APS-C size CMOS sensor, the EOS Kiss M2 makes possible easy-to-enjoy high-image-quality still image and video shooting. The camera also makes possible high-resolution 4K video shooting3 and gives users the ability to extract and save individual frames from 4K video.

The EOS Kiss M2 is equipped with a vari-angle LCD touch-screen monitor, as well as an approximately 2.36 million dot OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF). The camera is also Canon’s first to include a “Tap to Select Subject” function that enables users to select between subjects detected by face-detection AF or eye-detection AF simply by tapping the subject displayed on the LCD monitor when shooting with the EVF.

1 When Face+Tracking is enabled. Compatible with One-Shot AF, Servo AF and Movie Servo AF. Automatically selects the eye closest to the camera when using default settings. If both eyes are roughly equidistant to the camera, the eye closest to the center of the image will be automatically selected. Left or right eye can be selected manually.
2 Actual pixel count: approximately 25.8 million pixels.
3 Cropped 4K (23.98 fps/ 25.00 fps) video shooting. Contrast AF is used when shooting 4K video.