Canon announces new lenses and cameras review

Canon 90D

This lightweight DSLR using a flip-out (vari-angle) screen was all the craze for vloggers. I understand several photographers and movie creators that still utilize the 80D today. It’s a workhorse.
Canon has upgraded this model together with the 90D, offering the same APS-C sensor, but more megapixels (32) along with REAL 4K video recording up to 30 frames per second. I highlight”actual” 4K as unlike the EOS-R from Canon, the 90D shoots 4K without a crop factor. This puts more of an image to the frame of this video. Other tech specs of interest include the 45 cross-type autofocus sensors, and EOS iTR AF for substantially quicker, automated face detection. The burst mode of shooting additionally improved in seven frames per second to 10.
The ultra mobile M6 Mark II


The M6 is Canon’s compact mirrorless camera that, which hit the scene with mixed reviews a couple of short years back. Popular vloggers desired a smaller option that will keep pace with its DSLR predecessors. The M6 attempted to try it, but did not really hit the marks to get auto focus performance and lens options.
The M6 Mark II simply might be the solution. You’re still getting the same compact mirrorless body, but it includes upgrades to the APS-C sensor with more megapixels and autofocus points as found on the 90D. Obviously, that the 4K shooting is always a draw from videographers. My biggest concern is the flip-up display. This was a problem for videographers mounting an external microphone into the M6, initially.


It’s all about the lens
As well as the new camera body announcements, Canon is bringing new L-series lenses to advertise, especially for its brand new EOS-R and EOS-RP mirrorless, full-frame bodies. This lens also includes image stabilization. Next, the versatile RF24-70mm f/2.8 IS USM lens can be great for pictures, street photography, and even cinematic movie capture. You also get a tighter framework at 70mm with fantastic compression if shooting headshots. These lenses are RF mounts, that are specifically built for its full-frame mirrorless bodies offered by Canon.