EVFs are so unpopular that Canon bowed to the majority and has the EVF as an optional extra for the M6 series...Fro says that there is no face detect auto focus on the 90d when looking through the optical viewfinder.
He's wrong according to Rudi Winston and other reports.
I still prefer an ovf.
People start to draw conclusions, but so far they aren't based on much that can support them. There's this gem in the comments to the video, for example.
I downloaded cr3 raw samples from dpreview. It's very hard to make any solid conclusions at this point as we need more scientific tests, but the quality looked ok, roughly at the 5DIV level, which is not that bad. The files were probably compressed as I could see some typical pattern in the shadows noise, I hope it is the result of compression, not the sensor itself.
I can't find the manual for the 90D in english but the jap version is out.
That is the M6 manual, but it does indeed look like canon thailand has the 90d manual on their site.
Wondering how different is M6 mark 2 without EVF compared 90D in live view? Aren't these 2 same in this case?All I learned from this video was that mirorless cameras are perfect and no one could ever capture a good picture using a DSLR. Also apparently live view is useless but mirrorless are awesome!
Anyone have any reviews from someone who knows how to use a DSLR?
People complain about Sony ergonomics with big lenses but the Ms are far worse. I like using my M5 with its neat little lenses but I can hardly use it arrached to a larger telephoto. There are enough native M lenses for most uses.when i see him holding the m6 with a bigger lens, i don't see why anyone that consistently uses EF glass would want to put themselves through that...it looks so awkward and terrible...and there aren't really enough M lenses to make it worth it...but yeah, just cause it's mirrorless makes it a better option for him...
Wondering how different is M6 mark 2 without EVF compared 90D in live view? Aren't these 2 same in this case?