Photographers curious about mid-vary fashions have a few new choices now since Canon has officially announced the EOS 90D DSLR and mirrorless EOS M6 Mark II. The announcement confirms specs that leaked last week, with both cameras sharing quite a bit of their hardware capability.
The EOS 90D improves on its predecessor, the 80D that was introduced in 2017, with its new sensor that bumps the resolution up from 24.2-megapixels to 32.5, full-width 4K video recording, a unique image processor inside and up to 10fps burst shooting with autofocus, compared to 7fps on the 80D. There’s additionally a new autofocus joystick and a few other button tweaks. However, the frame is mostly the same as before.
The 90D will go on sale in mid-September for $1,199 if you’d like simply the camera body, whereas adding an 18-55mm kit lens takes the worth to $1,349, or you can swap in an 18-135mm lens at a value for $1,599.
The EOS M6 Mark II, meanwhile, promises the “performance” of a DSLR in a compact mirrorless frame that also prices less. Extra semi-pro photographers can enjoy shooting at as much as 14fps thanks to the new processor, and up to 30fps in “RAW burst mode.” It’s also capable of shooting 4K video using the full width of the image sensor. However, DPReviewnotes it is limited to 30p or 25p. Like the original M6, it has a selfie-friendly tilting LCD however swaps in a multifunction dial for the older model’s exposure compensation switch.
With the optional electronic viewfinder, it also supports touch-and-drag autofocus. That one’s going to be accessible in late September in both grey or black, with an $849 price, body-only.