Canon EOS 850D

Canon EOS 850D leaked images reveal flip-out screen and port selection

A full set of images of the upcoming Canon EOS 850D digital camera has been leaked. The camera, which will also be known as either the Rebel T8i or Kiss X10i depending on the market, features a flip-out screen and a 24.1 MP CMOS sensor. Some of the specs for the Canon EOS 850D have already been revealed ahead of its release.

Noted camera leaker nokishita has provided the world with a range of real-life images of the Canon EOS 850D (Rebel T8i, Kiss X10i). The camera wields a 24.1 MP CMOS sensor, offers continuous shooting at 7 FPS, and it features a 3-in flip-out LCD screen.

The Canon EOS 850D comes with a DIGIC 8 image processor, a 45-point AF system (cross-type), and it can shoot 4K video at a rate of 30 FPS. It weighs 515 g (with the battery) and measures 131.0 x 102.6 x 76.2 mm. The newly leaked images reveal that the Canon EOS 850D has microUSB support, a mini-HDMI port, and a microphone input port.

The images show how the Canon EOS 850D is full to the brim with features that should please the most demanding of Canon camera enthusiasts, including the vari-angle LCD, which is a touch panel that offers a 1.04 million-dot resolution. The EOS 850D is expected to be officially announced later this month; its price has not yet been revealed.