Canon's Australian website accidentally shared the brand's new camera models, revealing them ahead of schedule. With the leak there is a trailer for the DSLR EOS 90D and information from the EOS M6 Mark II, the new mirrorless proposal. Both cameras will have 32.5 MP sensors, the ability to record 4K video at 30 FPS, and eye-detection Dual Pixel AF autofocus technology.
The leak was advanced by the Canon Rumors website, which noted the update, before the products were quickly taken down. As you can see in the video, the EOS 90D has a 100% coverage optical viewfinder system with face detection. It also has high-speed continuous shooting and a 45-point AF sensor. This camera supports continuous shooting at 10 FPS in Viewfinder mode.
The EOS 90D is dust and water resistant and is designed especially for vloggers thanks to its dual-pixel rotary touchscreen with Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. It also has an additional battery that fits in the camera base, and according to the manufacturer extends the number of shots to 2,590, against 1,300 with the original battery. The device will also allow automatic photo transfers to smartphones and compatible devices.
Regarding the EOS Mark II, the highlight goes to the new sensor and the Digic 8 chip, which allows it to shoot continuously at 14 FPS, and 30 FPS in RAW burst mode.
There is no information on its possible release date and pricing.