A compact camera in the spirit of the Canon EOS M family of mirrorless cameras. In fact, the model was released as a continuation of this series of mirrorless cameras from Canon. Inside it is an APS-C image sensor with a resolution of 24.2 MP. The camera is powered by a DIGIC X image processor. In burst photography mode with a mechanical shutter, you can squeeze out a shooting speed of up to 12 fps from a model, with an electronic shutter - up to 15 fps.
Video is recorded on a mirrorless camera in a maximum resolution of 4K (2840x2160 pixels) at 30 fps, while oversampling from 6K occurs. In Full HD format, the frame rate can be increased to 60 fps or even up to 120 fps (in the latter case, without sound). The Canon EOS R50 kit 18-45 is armed with an advanced Dual Pixel CMOS AF II automatic focusing system with object recognition in the frame based on artificial intelligence algorithms.
The model received an OLED viewfinder with 100% field coverage and a 2.95-inch touch screen mounted on a swivel hinge. When sighting through the viewfinder window on a full charge of the battery, the camera is able to shoot about 310 photos, and when building a frame according to data from the screen, over 440 shots. The mirrorless comes standard with a Canon RF-S 18-45mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM stabilized zoom lens. We also note that there is no built-in stub on board the camera.