Canon has announced two new additions to its range of cameras this week, the Canon 90D DSLR and mirrorless Canon EOS M6 Mark II both of which are equipped with the same new 32.5-megapixel APS-C image sensor but offer completely different designs depending on your preferences.
Other features of the cameras include a DIGIC 8 image processor, an electronic shutter capable of speeds up to 1/16000, uncropped 4K @ 30fps video recording, dual-pixel autofocus in live view with 5,481 selectable points, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and USB-C.
“The Canon EOS M6 Mark II delivers high quality images and stunning uncropped 4K UHD 30p video in a compact, lightweight design. With an impressive continuous shooting speed of up to 14 fps, an optional electronic viewfinder (Canon EVF-DC2 electronic viewfinder is included as part of EOS M6 Mark II lens kits. For EOS M6 Mark II body only, the EVF-DC2 is sold separately.) (EVF) for precise framing and better low-light shooting, and Touch & Drag AF for quick and accurate focusing, you’ll have the fast and reliable performance needed for the creativity you want.”