Canon announced two new cameras for the photographers in what they call the advanced amateur category – the Canon EOS 90D and EOS M6 Mark II. Both the models use the next generation of Canon APS-C sensors. The specs of these models had been leaked online a week prior to the official announcement. The key features shared by both these models include:
- 32.5 Megapixel CMOS(APS-C) Sensor
- DIGIC 8 Image Processor
- 4K UHD up 30p and 1080p FHD up 120p video recording with no crop
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF in Live View with 5,481 manually selectablei AF positions
- Electronic shutter with a minimum of up to 1/16000th
- Built-in Wi-Fiii and Bluetooth Technology
The EOS 90D is an upgrade on the EOS 80D that has been in the market for a couple of years. The new model supports 32,5 Megapixel with ISO upto 25.600 compared to the 80D’s 24,2 Megapixel with ISO upto 16.000. It also supports upto 10 shots per second compared to 7 on the old one. On the video side of things, the 90D can record upto 4K with 30fps or Full-HD at 120fps compared to Full-HD at 60fps on the 80D.
The 90D costs $1199 in the body only variant. The EF 18-55mm kit will set you down an additional $150 .The 18-135mm all around zoom lens kit costs $400 on top.
EOS M6 Mark II:
The EOS M6 Mark II is an upgrade on the EOS M6. The older model’s 24,2 Megapixel support with ISO bis 25.600 is pulled up to 32,5 Megapixel with ISO up to 25.600, extendable to 51.200 on the Mark II. It also supports 14 shots per second compared to 9 on the older model. The video specs remain the same as that on the 90D. The Mark II weighs 408g without attachments.
The Mark II costs $849.99 in the body only variant. Optionally you can get the the 15-35mm + EVF-DC2 kit for $250 on top or the 18-150mm + EVF-DC2 kit for $500 on top.
Both the models are now available for preorder.