After the Panasonic came up with its Lumix S1, Canon has also launched its two professional cameras. These cameras include Canon announces 32-megapixel 90D DSLR and mirrorless M6 Mark II. When comes to specs, both looks like twins, the technical insides are very similar. Besides being have almost similar specs both look different and feel different.
For the price the 90D will go on sale in mid-September for $1,199 body only. And the M6 Mark II will arrive in either in gray or black for $849 price.
Canon 90D DSLR and Mirrorless M6 Mark II
For the Cannon 90D DSLR, while adding an 18-55mm kit lens takes the price to $1,349, or you can swap in an 18-135mm lens at a price for $1,599. Now coming to its technical details, both the cameras have same 32.5-megapixel APS-C sensor, up from 24.2MP for the older EOS 80D and M6. Besides that they are paired alongside a new Digic 8 processor as well. Thus, this processor enhance s the continuous shooting speed to 10 frames per second for the 90D (up from 7 in the 80D) and for w M6 Mark II hits 14 fps.
On the other hand, for 90D DSLR, it features a full-width 4K video recording, a newer image processor inside. While it will also shoot up to 10fps burst shooting with auto-focus, compared to 7fps on the 80D. There’s also a new auto-focus joystick and a few other button tweaks, but the frame is largely the same as before.
Besides that, for M6 Mark II, it’s also has a skilled to 4K video using the full width of the image sensor, but DPReview notes it’s limited to 30p or 25p. Like the original M6, it has a selfie-friendly tilting LCD but swaps in a multifunction dial for the older model’s exposure compensation switch.