NOT EVERYONE IS swooning over the latest mirrorless cameras. While there's no doubt they are the future of photography, there's still plenty of life in the DSLR design and, if you like that bright, clear optical viewfinder (except when shooting in low light, of course), then maybe the DSLR is still for you!
Canon has released the EOS 90D, designed for shooting wildlife and sport. It offers continuous shooting at up to 10 fps with autofocus tracking and 11 fps in live view mode.
Canon suggests the optical viewfinder enables the responsiveness needed to shoot wildlife, such as birds in flight, while an intelligent function gives complete visibility of the composition and shooting settings within the display.
Where subjects are both quick and unpredictable, the fast frame rate and 58 JPEG burst enable photographers to shoot continuously and select the best frame later on during the editing process.
The EOS 90D also offers long battery life of up to 1300 shots (CIPA standard), which allows you to shoot all day without concern for battery limitations, something mirrorless cameras struggle to do (but, of course, a spare battery or two solves this problem).
Inside, a new 32.5-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor coupled with the DIGIC 8 processor, unlocks lens correction tools including the Digital Lens Optimiser and Diffraction Correction, which produce excellent images straight out of the camera.
And with raw image quality accompanied by WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities, you can easily share images to social channels.
The EOS 90D is capable of 4K resolution video and Full HD up to 120 fps, providing options for slow motion, cropped or super highresolution. And the Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus system offers a wide coverage area (88 x 100%), producing smooth, high-performance focus tracking in movies for professional-looking footage.
For more information, visit www.canon.com.au