Canon U.S.A. released two new cameras that any camera enthusiast would get along better. Canon announced the EOS 90D and Canon EOS M6 Mark II, a compact mirrorless camera with next-generation Canon APS-C sensors that are designed perfectly to fit the needs of photographers.
Both cameras tout a new 32.5-megapixel APS-C image sensor, a DIGIC 8 image processor, an electronic shutter capable of speeds up to 1/16000, uncropped 4K/30 video recording, dual-pixel autofocus in live view with 5,481 selectable points, built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity, and USB-C.
A 32-megapixel of resolution is a step beyond with 4K video capture taking into account photographers’ skill level.
As camera technology continues to evolve, we find ourselves in a constant state of innovating and challenging the status quo to meet the various desires of our end-users - Kazuto Ogawa, president, and chief operating officer, Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Both cameras are about faster shooting and higher resolution, to establish a more versatile product offering in a world where cameras are being shunned at the low-end for those casual shooters. There are lens kits available for each. Canon is also announcing two L-class lenses today for its new EOS R full-frame mirrorless system.
Both the cameras are scheduled to be available next month. The Canon EOS 90D is estimated at $1199.00 for the body only, and the Canon EOS M6 Mark II is estimated for a retail price of $849.99 for the body only.