Canon unveils new ‘iNSPiC’ instant cameras, plus entry-level 4K-ready DLSRs

Perfect for content creators!

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Last week at the Canon Experience 2019 event at SM Megamall, Canon unveiled some exciting new cameras: the iNSPiC [S], iNSPiC [C], and the EOS 200D II. The first two are the first instant camera printers under Canon’s Mini Photo Printer line up, while the EOS 200D II is the world’s lightest DSLR made for entry-level users. 



The two iNSPiC devices are portable digital cameras that lets users snap and print pictures instantly — specifically in 2×3-inch glossy photo prints. The iNSPiC [S] is an ultra-slim shooter with an 8MP fixed focus camera that’s made not only for capturing everyday images, but also for portraits thanks to its built-in LED ring light.

The iNSPiC [S] can also be connected to smartphones via the Canon Mini Print mobile app. With this app, users can print photos on their smartphone using the iNSPiC [S]!

The iNSPiC [C] meanwhile, is Canon’s instant camera made for avid selfie snappers. The iNSPiC [C] packs a 5 MP fixed focus camera with a mirror next to the lens to make taking selfies a snap. The iNSPiC [C] also comes in eye-popping colors such as Bubble Gum Pink, Bumble Bee Yellow and Seaside Blue.



The EOS 200D II is the updated version of Canon’s popular entry-level DLSR, the EOS 200D. The 200D II is the ultimate content creator camera for beginners as it offers a wealth of features without burning a hole in your wallet. The EOS 200D II has a 24.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor, as well as a wide ISO range of 100 to 25,600 (that’s expandable to 51,200). Plus, it can also record 4k video.


Pricing and Availability

The iNSPiC [S] and the iNSPiC [C] are available this month at Canon stores nationwide for PHP 9,900 and PHP 7,900 respectively. Meanwhile, the EOS 200D II is now available at Canon’s authorized dealers nationwide for PHP 41,998, and it comes with a FREE camera bag plus additional 2 years of warranty when enrolled via the Canon Red app.

EOS 200D II and iNSPiC images courtesy of Duey Guison (Unbox)