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Canon’s 90D and M6 Mark II cameras are now official


After accidentally leaking the EOS 90D promotional video last week, Canon on Wednesday officially revealed the DSLR camera along with the new EOS M6 Mark II.

“The EOS M6 Mark II’s portable design can be taken virtually anywhere, making this the perfect photographic tool with which to document your life and explore everyday creative moments,” Canon said on its website.

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Like the 90D, the EOS M6 Mark II boasts 4K video recording and 32.5MP sensor, as well as a 180-degree tilting screen and wireless connectivity.

Image: The Canon EOS D90 DSLR

Where the DSLR can shoot 10 fps continuously, however, the mirrorless M6 Mark II is capable of 14 fps and features a nifty, optional electronic viewfinder.

The viewfinder, which can be attached to the camera via its hot shoe mount, is sold separately.

Though Canon has not revealed a local price, both the EOS 90D and EOS M6 Mark II will launch in South Africa this October, along with two new RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS USM and RF 24-70mm F2.8L IS USM lenses.

Feature image: The Canon EOS M6 Mark II, by Fergus Kennedy/Canon

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