The EOS 200 II measures only 122.4 x 92.6 x 69.8mm and weighs just 449g with battery and memory card, making it Canon’s smallest and lightest DSLR body to date.
It shares the same 3-inch 1.04 million-dot vari-angle rear LCD touchscreen and pop-up flash with its predecessor, but gets the better DIGIC 8 engine from the likes of the EOS M50 and EOS R mirrorless cameras, which promises a marked improvement in performance over the previous model.
ISO sensitivity remains the same at 100-25,600, which is expandable to 51,200, while there’s no change to the 5fps burst speed either.
What does change is the battery – the EOS 200D II boasts a 1,070-shot per charge battery life when using the flash at 50%, as compared to the EOS 200D's 650-shot rating.
While the addition of 4K/24p video is certainly welcome, it unfortunately will suffer from a 1.6x crop factor at this resolution. To avoid frame cropping, you’ll need to shoot 1080p at up to 60fps. There’s also an HDR option that records at 30fps.