While mirrorless cameras are all the rage these days, we understand that there might be some photographers who still prefer the heft, size, and features of a DSLR. If you’re looking for a new DSLR and want something less expensive than a professional-grade camera but want something better than an entry-level device, then Canon might have something for you.
According to a report from Canon Rumors, they have managed to get their hands on the alleged specs of the upcoming Canon EOS 90D. This is the successor to the EOS 80D which was launched back in 2016, which means that now is as good a time as any for Canon to introduce a new camera to its mid-range lineup.
If their sources are correct, some of the alleged specs for the EOS 90D include a 32.5MP APS-C DPAF sensor. It will feature dual DIGIC 8 image processors, support for dual SD card slots, 10fps still shooting, an ISO range of 100-51,200, 45 AF points, the ability to shoot 4K video up to 60fps, and it will also sport a 3.2-inch articulating LCD on the back.
It has also been rumored that it will feature dust and moisture sealing, built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, and it is also rumored to cost $1,399 for the body-only at launch, which their source claims will be this August. Needless to say you should take this with a grain of salt for now, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more information as and when available.