The Chinese manufacturer Yongnuo first announced its YN450 camera in late 2018, and its specifications were released shortly thereafter. The device basically a mirrorless camera based on the Android operating system, with a Micro Four Thirds sensor, and Canon EF lens mount.
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The first impression that the product becomes an Android smartphone with lens support, but in fact, it’s just a smart camera. Earlier this year, Yongnuo finally launched its product only for the Chinese market. We still don't know when the YN450 camera will be officially announced other countries, but their lenses are already available for purchase at e-commerces like Amazon.
The channel Linus Tech Tips managed to make a hands-on video of the new device and the result was that "a strange camera". Check out the analysis below (in English):
Recently, the company Yongnuo joined the Micro Four Thirds System Standard Group (MFTSSG), or Standard Group of the Micro Four Terro System in translation. This partnership influenced the camera manufacturer to release an update to the product. According to leaked images and rumors, the update will replace Canon's EF mount with a mount Micro Four Thrids standard to match the sensor.
Basically, just a few months after the launch, Yongnuo is launching an updated version of its YN450 4G camera interchangeable lens mirroless.
YN450 camera specifications: Sensor: 16MP Micro Four Thirds CMOS sensor; Lens mount: Canon EF Micro Four Thirds (updated MTF); Front camera: 8MP front camera; Exposure: 5? Multi-touch LCD 1080p; Operating system: Android Nougat 7.1; Photos: supports RAW format; Video: 4K video at 30fps; CPU: 8-core Qualcomm processor; RAM: 3GB; Connectivity: 4G, 3G, WiFi; GPS: Yes; Storage: slot 32GB + microSD up to 32GB extra; Microphone input: dual microphone stereo; Headphones: 3.5mm jack; Battery: 4000mAh; Flash: dual LED flash.