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Yongnuo YN450M 4G Mirrorless Camera to be Announced Soon

We all know that Yongnuo YN450 4G camera was limited to China, now again Yongnuo is planning to announce a successor of their Yongnuo YN450 4G Mirrorless camera. The first set of images of the upcoming camera is now available, take a look at the pics of the camera

More set of images here

The full specs haven’t been announced yet, although I would suspect it’s largely the same as the original YN450, except for the lens mount.

YN450M 4G camera with a Micro 4/3 bayonet mount has a 4/3 standard sensor ( possibly the same 16 Megapixels same as of it’s predecessor). Yongnuo company produces only one Micro 4/3 standard lens, which means that with the new product you can use the “native” autofocus optics. As well as compatible with other M4/3 format lenses.

YN450M Possible Specification

  • 16 MP M4/3 CMOS Sensor
  • M4/3 Lenses Lens Mount
  • CDAF [Contrast Detect AF System]
  • .4k 30 fps video
  •  Android Pie OS
  • GPS module
  •  headphone jack
  •  memory card
  •  Full HD touchscreen
  • 4G/3G data network and WiFi
  • Dual mic for stereo sound
  • 3.5mm mic jack
  • Large 4000 mAh battery
  • Simple and easy operation
  • Dual LED flash
  • RAW support

We will update you soon as we get any new information

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2 comments to Yongnuo YN450M 4G Mirrorless Camera to be Announced Soon

  • Dave Haynie

    Yongnuo YN450 or YN450M, it’s still a braking mad device. No thanks.

  • At first sight it looks rather smart. Very slim. Could do with a pancake lens. Then it might fit in a shirt pocket. Interestingly, all the images are taken with an X-T3, not a Yongnuo. They’ve missed a trick, there.

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