The EOS 90D features a super fast 10 frames per second continuous shooting with full autofocus tracking (via the optical viewfinder) and 11 frames per second during Live View shooting with fixed autofocus. This high speed camera, combined with the 3" vari-angle LCD touch screen enables you to shoot as you like, in any situation.
The camera's 32.5 megapixel APS-C size sensor enables you to achieve the same high resolution shooting as you would in some of Canon's professional cameras. With high resolution images, you can trim parts of your images without compromising on quality.
Shoot high quality 4K (30p/25p) movies with the camera's Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, with the freedom to record cropped or uncropped. The EOS 90D also provides the option to shoot in Full HD at 120p for those gorgeous and smooth slow motion shots.
A characteristic of Canon DSLR's is the feel of the camera in your hands. The grip on the EOS 90D is big enough to comfortably hold on to, but small enough to not feel bulky. The design of the camera ensures that when using the bigger EF and EF-S lenses, the balance of weight is just perfect. In addition, the EOS 90D's joystick is intuitively placed on the back of the camera for easy operability when shooting.
The EOS 90D is equipped with an all cross-type 45 point autofocus sensor, making it the ideal camera for fast moving subjects. Being an optical viewfinder, it means that there is zero time lag between what the camera sees and what you see through the viewfinder. Face recognition and Panning Assist functionalities can also be viewed through the viewfinder.
The camera's high-speed autofocus can be viewed via the optical viewfinder or LCD screen and enables you to select from a variety of autofocus area selection modes. This includes the Single-Point Spot AF which is an excellent option in macro photography.
Up to 11 fps
EV -3 - 18
3" 3:2 type with approx 1.04 million dots, Clear View LCD II touch screen
4K Uncropped 30p/ Full HD 120p
100-25600 (expandable to 51200)
Approx. 220,000 pixels RGB+IR metering sensor
Add on a battery grip for high volume shooting and easier vertical shooting.
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