Japanese imaging company Canon has announced two new 32.5 megapixel cameras.
Both use the same 32.5MP APS-C sensor with Canon’s DIGIC 8 image processor capable of recording uncropped 4K videos at 30fps, and have electronic shutters capable of shooting as fast as 1/16,000th of a second.
Both have dual-pixel autofocus systems and can connect via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB-C.
The mirrorless M6 is capable of shooting 14 frames per second while automatically selecting focus and exposure, while the 90D can only go up to 10.
The 90D retains the same dependable workhorse aesthetic as Canon’s other DSLRs, while the M6, typical for a mirrorless camera, features a slightly more trendy design, though one essentially inherited from the original M6.
The 90D features an optical viewfinder, but the M6 doesn’t have one built-in.
Instead Canon includes an attachable electronic viewfinder.
Pre-orders have begun through the Canon website ahead of the two bodies releasing in October.