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YI M1 Mirrorless Digital Camera

YI has released a new mirrorless camera with Leica looks and a price tag that won´t break the bank. Called the M1, the sleek DSLR-rivaling camera comes packed with features and promises a solid performance that punches above its price tag. It allows you to shoot the equivalent to 50-megapixel photos and capture 4K video at 30 frames per second on its advanced micro four-thirds sensor. Oh, and it comes with a 12-40mm zoom lens with an f/2.5-5.6 aperture. There´s also a 3-inch, 720 x 480 touchscreen, Bluetooth, and WiFi functions which means navigating and sharing your output is as easy as working a smartphone. A relatively accessible and stylish entryway into the world of interchangeable-lens photography. watch the video below



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