Canon 90D is rumored to record 4K videos without any Crop with the 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor. If the rumor is true then it’s great news, since crop factor in video mode is a big issue inside Canon DSLRs.
Canon’s rumored camera with sensor at around 32.5-megapixel refers to a high-end APS-c DSLR. The Canon EOS 90D is expected to be announced sometime around the end of August or early September 2019. It is said to replace both EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 80D.
According to latest rumors the next Canon APS-C DSLR camera will shoot 4K video from a 32.5mp sensor, will do so without any sort of “meaningful” crop. But the big question is which DSLR is coming next from Canon? The rumor mill suggests that it will be the Canon 90D. So, the Canon EOS 90D will be an excellent APS-C DSLR camera for videographers and vloggers, to compete with Sony a6400 and Fujifilm X-T30.
Rumored Canon 90D Specifications:
- 32.5mp APS-C DPAF Sensor
- Dual DIGIC 8
- Dual SD card slots
- 10fps still shooting
- ISO range of 100-51,200
- 45 AF points (no word on the number of cross-type points)
- 4K video at 24/25, 30 and 60fps (No Crop)
- 3.2″ rear articulating LCD
- Dust and moisture sealing
- Built-in wifi and Bluetooth
- $1399 USD price at launch
- Coming late August 2019
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