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The Canon 90D is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.6x) sensor and 32.5 megapixels manufactured from 2019. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 10 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1249 €;
62 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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Cons: Tilt display - slit for fingers not from the side, uncomfortable!!!
Opinion: I have been using the camera since this spring. Transition from Canon 80 D. A huge change!Shutter speed, silent .I often use a wiew, the display is accurate, the image is contrasting and clear. Excellent video. In combination with the lens Zeiss milvus 2/100 I got a great set for amateur photography :-) Disappointment: Tilt display - slit for fingers not from the side as with the model Canon 80 D, uncomfortable - it bothers me a lot!
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Pros:sharpness, obviously with quality lenses, stability, robustness, tolerable noise, having tried other aps-c
Cons:to be an aps-c I would say that it is the top among those of the canon.
Opinion:I have various canon cameras from the eos 5 dmarkIII, to the R, to the 6d, passing through the r6 (I did not like the colors) and having had almost all the aps-c of the canon, then starting with the 20-30-40-50, the 40 and 50 the ugliest were a middle ground just to get out an incomplete camera, while the nikon churned out, aps-c higher, then I had the 60d, my favorite, which I still have, and the 70 that in short I keep it because selling it off is not the case, I skipped the 80. Cmq among these I have no doubts the 90 is superior. More than the 60d, which was my favorite. Of course you can't compare it to full frame, but the price is not comparable either. For me the vote is ten, vote dictated by the fact that an aps-c
Pros:Solid body well built and tropicalized, file quality, AF tracking precise and fast, battery life, optical viewfinder cover, dual pixel, focus bracketing, electronic shutter in live view.
Cons:High iso noise at 32MP
Opinion:It will be that I like to change , it will be that I felt the lack of the optical viewfinder, I decided against the current to sell a mirrorles for this semi-pro Canon . My advice for those who do not shoot in raw are: 1) use the single point for focusing on objects or people because the 45 cross points do not fully convince me unless I shoot in live view touch where you have many more points2) remove automatic optimization of the light and set the image quality to 15 mp , in this case you will have acceptable files up to 3200 iso, otherwise at 32 mp I find them clean up to 1250. For photos in the studio fully satisfied, too bad that has the low pass filter would have been the top! Last note: there is the possibility of micro adjusting autofocus of the lens!
Opinion:I bought it in December 2020 and resold it a little while ago, I tried it in every way and with all the settings, but nothing does not do what it promises. I start that maybe I'm the one who demands too much, I take sports photographs, birdlife and macros, with the first two too often lose focus, I thought I had problems with settings or because of my inability, but then when you look at the photos and the focus point is right where you wanted some doubt you get , note that I use a 100-400 L IS 2nd series. The macros are flat, 100 F2.8 L IS macro, require a good post to pull out textures and details. Another sore note is the ISOs, with poor light already at 400 ISO you can see everything in the underexported areas ..... I may have been wrong to choose the machine body, but on paper he had convinced me, nothing is not for me!
Opinion:To be passed by a 5D (which I still use and that's great), I had to get a little familiar in some settings (the manual is a bible). I recently started taking shots, but I already feel good, light. Paired with the new 100-400 L II it is very responsive and fast. Noise after 1600 ISo you start to see. High resolution of 32Mp allows you to make good crops as well. To conclude, in my opinion, a machina that can give a lot of satisfaction, even if I do not use 4k.
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