Yongnuo is reportedly taking the wraps off its newest try at an Android-based Micro 4 Thirds mirrorless digicam. It’s known as the YN455.
Again in 2018, Yongnuo announced the YN450, an uncommon Android-powered mirrorless digicam that packed a 4 Thirds sensor on the within and an EF lens mount on the skin. On the again of the digicam was a big touchscreen interface, and the digicam’s different options and specs included a Qualcomm 8-core processor, 16-megapixel images, 4K video, 3GB RAM, 32GB onboard storage, and extra.
The YN450 has been bought in China however the digicam by no means made it to worldwide markets. A few years later, Yongnuo started promoting a new YN450M variant of the camera, which swaps the EF lens mount for a Micro 4 Thirds mount that lastly matched the sensor inside.
Each the YN450 and the YN450M have been panned by critics, however it appears that evidently hasn’t stopped Yongnuo from pushing onward in the direction of its Android mirrorless digicam desires.
Photo Rumors reports that Yongnuo has quietly unveiled the YN455, a successor to the YN450M that provides improved ergonomics, beefier specs, and a tilt display.
Whereas the predecessors of this digicam straddled the road between digicam and cellphone, no less than when it got here to their design, the YN455 breaks away from that mildew with its rather more outstanding handgrip that ought to enable photographers to carry the machine extra comfortably and securely.
Contained in the digicam is a brand new 20-megapixel 4 Thirds sensor. The lens mount on the entrance seems to nonetheless be Micro 4 Thirds. On the again of the digicam is a brand new 5-inch tilting touchscreen.
Options and specs of the digicam embrace an 8-core 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon “system on a chip” CPU, 64GB storage, 6GB RAM, assist for a microSD card of as much as 256GB, 4G, 4K/30p video recording, 3.5mm headphone and microphone jacks, twin USB-C ports, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, GPS, a 4400mAh detachable battery, and a weight of 23.6oz/670g.
The digicam can have a price ticket of three,888 Chinese language yuan, or about $600. It’s unknown whether or not the YN455 might be solely bought in China or whether or not photographers around the globe will be capable to decide one up like they can Yongnuo’s lenses.