Canon EOS 90D Camera

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Have you been searching for the perfect camera for not only photography or video?

Everyone knows that Canon cameras have received their reputation for their fabulous quality and expert features. The Canon EOS 6D Mark II has the features of a regular Canon camera with some enhancements made.

It has a better sensor and Canon will be able to keep the shutter fast even when shooting at 12fps which is how they achieve 5.5 fps in Canon EOS 6D Mark II but they are not yet able to get back that 10 fps capability. What’s more interesting is that Canon managed to reduce camera shake at high shutter speed significantly by using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, which was very useful if you’re photographing fast moving subjects and want to get tack sharp images. But Canon EOS 6D Mark II already has a good image stabilizer (called IS) technology, which can allow you to shoot at shutter speed as low as 1/8 sec without any camera shake with the help of the in-built Canon IS system.

There are many benefits to picking up this particular Canon camera above their other models with fantastic features;

Key Features

SloMo recordings are very smooth and perfect for Vlogging

You can use both types of lenses (EF & EF-S) on the 90D, while the 6D only supports EF.

The 4K recording option is great if you want to get high quality videos as well.

11FPS means that it's possible to shoot cool slow motion videos too!

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Whether you want to pick up a Canon camera for photography or for videography, your picture has never been in better hands. With well known quality and features for both regular speed and slow motion video as well as beautiful photographic resolutions, the Canon EOS 6D is perfect for you.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.