Canon sets the course for future DSLR cameras. There is more power, more pixels and one or two premieres. Because the update to the 90D heralds a new era in the APS-C sector at Canon: their features catapult them ahead of the 80D and even just ahead of the 7D Mark II. Canon EOS 90D in Australia was released on 12 September 2019. It has some modern features. And it closes a gap that particularly plagued aspiring wildlife photographers, but also some sports photographers: An APS-C camera that combines sports expertise and over 30 megapixels has never existed before.
Price and Availability
The Canon EOS 90D is the most advanced Canon SLR camera in APS-C format. It is characterised by performance, robustness and video features, and is aimed at amateurs and enthusiasts who enjoy photographing nature, sports and activities. Canon EOS 90D price in Australia ranges from $1500 to $2500 AUD. We have set up a few stores for you to buy this fantastic professional camera at a lower price tag.
Well talking about the features and specs of this digital camera first of all talk about the megapixels of the camera. This camera got the 34.4 megapixels of camera lens having the CMOS sensor type with the optical viewfinder and having both manual focus and autofocus option. Canon's first entirely new APSC sensor since 2015 surpasses the 24MP predecessor in every respect, also in terms of ISO: 100-51.600 are available.
The chip is coupled with the DIGIC 8 processor, which surprisingly can handle the combination of resolution and serial image even without a dual arrangement after all, a RAW file is around 45 megabytes in size. The external changes are so manageable that even the battery handle of the 80D fits the new model. A closer look reveals the joystick on the back, which ensures that the AF points are selected quickly. Canon remains loyal to the directional pad.
With the new 32.5-megapixel APS-C image chip, the EOS 90D delivers ten frames per second with autofocus and 11 frames per second with live view. Now Canon has also got full-width 4K video and eye-AF on its leading enthusiast camera. The camera is a clear signal from Canon that they will take care of those customers who still want SLR. Whereas in terms of connectivity, this digital camera has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth as a connectivity option, sadly it didn’t comes with the GPS function.