Canon EOS 90D full specifications

neonlight

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Jul 10, 2015
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But it will probably have the AA filter, making it somewhere between 40 and 50 MP equivalent...
Certainly a more difficult choice if we're not going to have a 7DIII. Between this and an R. Seems it will do pretty much what a 7DII does and a bit more. My guess is that this is the last semi-pro APS-C body in the EF (s) range?
 

Lee Jay

EOS 7D Mark II
Sep 22, 2011
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I wonder what "Uncropped/Cropped 29.97 " means. Two modes, one full-sensor, one 1:1 crop? Variable digital zoom between them? Same thing with 1080P? I'd dearly love a 1:1 pixel crop mode in video like we had many years ago on the Rebels.
 
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amorse

EOS 7D MK II
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As a customer who buys from them even though they don't listen, it's frustrating that they don't! We have consistently asked to be brought up to atleast par with other cameras from 4 years ago. 2 card slots and 4k 60 would have easily sold me on this, unfortunately, I will not be getting this now.
I guess I'm a bit out of the loop, but I'm drawing a blank on what this is missing when compared to an equivalent tier camera from 4 years ago?
 
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Lee Jay

EOS 7D Mark II
Sep 22, 2011
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I guess I'm a bit out of the loop, but I'm drawing a blank on what this is missing when compared to an equivalent tier camera from 4 years ago?
You aren't paying attention. I'll give you a list.
  • Direct wireless neural interface.
  • Molecule tracking based on DNA detection.
  • 8k/1000p.
  • Radioisotope thermoelectric generator instead of lithium rechargeable batteries.
  • Warp field generator to eliminate weight and inertia.
  • Thin film fluidic lens covering all focal lengths seamlessly.
  • Option to buy two and use them as a long-baseline optical interferometer or a 3D setup.
  • Built-in spectrophotometer for white balance.
  • Built in stabilization not only in our 6 axes, but those of several other universes as well.
Do try to pay attention to the market next time.
 

djkraq

EOS M50
Aug 13, 2016
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Thanx Canon for including all the video features I wanted except for...ya kno.... LOG... No C-Log, come on man
 
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hazydave

I'm New Here
Feb 4, 2016
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How many MP would you get from making a full frame sensor from this 32.5 MP ASP C sensor?
A full frame sensor with the same pixel pitch would have an 83.2 megapixel sensor. And hey, the rumor mill does suggest a FF EOS 5DS replacement may sport something in the 70-80 megapixel range.
 
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Hector1970

EOS 6D MK II
Mar 22, 2012
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You aren't paying attention. I'll give you a list.
  • Direct wireless neural interface.
  • Molecule tracking based on DNA detection.
  • 8k/1000p.
  • Radioisotope thermoelectric generator instead of lithium rechargeable batteries.
  • Warp field generator to eliminate weight and inertia.
  • Thin film fluidic lens covering all focal lengths seamlessly.
  • Option to buy two and use them as a long-baseline optical interferometer or a 3D setup.
  • Built-in spectrophotometer for white balance.
  • Built in stabilization not only in our 6 axes, but those of several other universes as well.
Do try to pay attention to the market next time.
Does that mean I'll have a nuclear waste problem when my battery stops working.
Couldn't Canon just use Dilithium crystals like Sony do.
 

ethanz

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Apr 12, 2016
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A full frame sensor with the same pixel pitch would have an 83.2 megapixel sensor. And hey, the rumor mill does suggest a FF EOS 5DS replacement may sport something in the 70-80 megapixel range.
Thanks for calculating it.

That's what I'm thinking. So maybe the next 5DS replacement will be 83 MP.
 

amorse

EOS 7D MK II
Jan 26, 2017
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I am curious about Canon explaining the 90D. Is that really a 7D ii replacement, with just one card slot? Maybe they have just upped the game for the xxD line and 7D iii later?
I think they're splitting the difference. Finding a spot between 80D and 7Dii with the 7Diii never coming. So it's a bit more than one would expect in an update to the 80D, but not quite what one would expect in a 7Diii. Maybe the vision is that a spiritual successor to the 7Dii will be mirrorless. The 7D series really depends on focus speed and accuracy, and I think there are certainly opportunities for focusing advancement in mirrorless if you have enough processing power. For all we know, that could be why the M5ii was rumoured as delayed (healthy dose of speculation there).
 

Hector1970

EOS 6D MK II
Mar 22, 2012
1,163
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Hmm - I would have liked to be excited by this. The M6II seems alot more exciting.
I'd have liked 12 FPS to get me interested.
Maybe the price will amaze me or the reviews.
Am I reading it right - does it do 30 FPS with the mirror up?
 

hazydave

I'm New Here
Feb 4, 2016
21
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Thanx Canon for including all the video features I wanted except for...ya kno.... LOG... No C-Log, come on man
No mention of 24p in these, either. And still the completely pointless 30 minute recording limit. Still no support for 64-bit files, even though every SDXC card is formatted with a 64-bit file system (ok, that last one is kind of a minor nit).

And not much in the way of higher frame rates. The fact they're supporting full frame 4K suggested this was a new Canon sensor technology. And maybe it is. But the current one seems to have had several interrelated problems. Speed (frame rate), heat (no possibility for IBIS, even on mirrorless), and 4K crop (heat again) all being basically the same issue with their level of tech.

Kind of hoping this was the year Canon wasn't two sensor generations behind Sony. Then again, I've been hoping for that since 2013 or so ...
 

hazydave

I'm New Here
Feb 4, 2016
21
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I think they're splitting the difference. Finding a spot between 80D and 7Dii with the 7Diii never coming. So it's a bit more than one would expect in an update to the 80D, but not quite what one would expect in a 7Diii. Maybe the vision is that a spiritual successor to the 7Dii will be mirrorless. The 7D series really depends on focus speed and accuracy, and I think there are certainly opportunities for focusing advancement in mirrorless if you have enough processing power. For all we know, that could be why the M5ii was rumoured as delayed (healthy dose of speculation there).
I'd bet that this is here to placate both 80D and 7Dii users, beast as any single model can, and yeah, the real pro/enthusiast upgrade to the 7Dii will be mirrorless. And yeah, that puts Canon in the weird position of supporting two incompatible APS-C systems.
 
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highdesertmesa

EOS 80D
Apr 17, 2017
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Thanks for calculating it.

That's what I'm thinking. So maybe the next 5DS replacement will be 83 MP.
If it's the same sensor scaled up, then a 3-image vertical stitched pano should approximate the new high-res 35mm sensor (plus a little on the top and bottom). But since the high-res R will likely not have an AA filter, 1:1 from the 90D won't be the same.
 
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Canon1966

EOS T7i
Apr 17, 2019
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As a customer who buys from them even though they don't listen, it's frustrating that they don't! We have consistently asked to be brought up to atleast par with other cameras from 4 years ago. 2 card slots and 4k 60 would have easily sold me on this, unfortunately, I will not be getting this now.
Missing: 2 card slots, IBIS. Still behind in my opinion.
 
Aug 20, 2019
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So they did the same stupid thing they did with the RP and removed 1920x1080 @ 24p. I would love to hear the logic behind removing that frame rate. It simply cannot be explained outside of intentionally crippling the camera. It's like cannon is going out of their way to push video users over to Sony or Panasonic.