Canon has unveiled the Canon EOS 90D, a new crop sensor DSLR aimed at prosumers who want affordable flexibility when taking photos and videos.
At the heart of the 90D is a 32.5-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with a 1.6-fold crop supported by a DIGIC 8 image processor. The camera has an ISO range of 1
The two-pixel CMOS AF system uses 45 autofocus cross points over 100% of the frames vertically and 88% horizontally. The working range is up to -3 EV, so you can focus automatically even in moonlight.
To help focus on portraits, the 90D offers both Face Recognition AF and Eye Detection AF.
When you are looking through the viewfinder, use the camera's 220,000-pixel RGB + IR measurement sensor, which performs a 216-zone (18 × 12) TTL measurement at full aperture. When measuring through live image, the camera performs a 384-zone measurement on the image sensor.
On the back of the camera is a viewfinder with about 100% coverage. Among them is a 1.04-million-dot Clear II Clear View variable-angle (3-inch) touch screen that can be used to change settings, select focus points, and review images. In the video section, the 90D 4K 30p and Full HD Record 120p without cropping, but there is also a crop mode if you need it.
Other camera features and specifications include Wi-Fi and wireless Bluetooth connectivity AF joystick, RAW processing in the camera and a pop-up flash.
Here is a short video introducing the new 90D:
The Canon 90D is available from mid-September 2019 with a price tag of $ 1,199 for the body alone, $ 1,349 in a package with an 18-55 ISM STM lens and $ 1,599 in package with an 18-135mm IS-USM lens.