Canon DSLR Camera [EOS 90D] with 18-135 is USM Lens | Built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, DIGIC 8 Image Processor, 4K Video, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, and 3.0 Inch Vari-Angle Touch LCD Screen, Black
- 45-Point All Cross-type AF System supports up to 27 points with an F/8 metering
- 4K UHD 30P/ Full HD 120P video
- High-speed continuous shooting of up to 10 fps with no time Lag during off shooting
- Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your Canon camera into a high-quality webcam, or do the same using a clean HDMI output.
- High image quality with 32.5 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor
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The EOS 90D is packed with features like high-speed continuous shooting up to 10 fps, impressive face detection AF for easy tracking and superb focus, 4K 30P video capability, and an 8-way multi-controller for enhanced control, making it perfect for sporting events, wildlife, portrait and wedding Photography and more.
Fast. Versatile. Impressive.
Capture everything from high-speed sporting events to simple, everyday moments with the EOS 90D camera. Featuring a 32.5 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, powerful DIGIC 8 Image Processor, 4K 30p video and more, it can achieve sharp, stunning results no matter where your photography venture takes you.
See the EOS 90D in Action
32.5 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) Sensor
The 32.5 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor’s light-capturing design helps deliver clear, high-resolution images. It also enables fast continuous shooting and autofocus for once-in-a-lifetime moments.
DIGIC 8 Image Processor
The DIGIC 8 Image Processor maintains sharp results and fast operation, even at high ISO settings and virtually any lighting situation. It helps ensure lifelike images with minimal noise or grain.
4K (UHD) 30 fps / FHD 120 fps Video
Capture detailed and breathtaking videos with the EOS 90D camera. Featuring uncropped 4K (UHD) 30p and Full HD 120p video, it can record sprawling cityscapes and more in full, wide-angle view.
45-point All Cross-type AF System*
The AF system enables fast and precise focus even in unpredictable settings. Look through the optical viewfinder with minimal glare or lag time to get your shot—without losing a fast-moving subject.
High-speed Continuous Shooting up to 10 fps
Designed for 120,000 cycles, the rugged shutter design helps you shoot up to 10 fps during viewfinder shooting, and approx. 11 fps during Live View shooting to capture all the action.
EOS iTR AF
Canon’s EOS Intelligent Tracking and Recognition system can detect and track faces, automatically switching the AF point to optimize face tracking even when looking through the optical viewfinder.
Mechanical/electronic 1st-curtain Shutter
The powerful mechanical/electronic 1st-curtain shutter offers a max. speed of 1/8000 of a second, effective at reducing camera shake and helping you capture high-speed moments in sharp detail.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF with Eye Detection AF
Dual Pixel CMOS AF provides fast and accurate autofocus right as the moment happens. Eye Detection AF even detects and focuses on your subject’s eye for natural, expressive portraits and movies.
Wide AF Area Coverage
An expansive focus area of approx. 88% horizontal and 100% vertical** (when paired with select EF/EF-S lenses) helps achieve fast and impressive focusing—even if your subject is way off-center.
AF Points and AF Area
With up to 5,481 manually selectable AF points***, the AF system helps you focus on a specific area during Live View shooting. A range of selectable modes include Face + Tracking AF, zone AF and more.
Two multi-controller buttons located on the back of the camera make it easy for you to locate and control customizable camera functions while looking through the optical viewfinder.
Battery Grip BG-E14
The Battery Grip BG-E14 holds 2 Battery Packs LP-E6N, enabling virtually seamless vertical operation and additional functions with all buttons similarly configured in a comfortable, dedicated grip.
Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD
The 3.0-inch Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD lets you easily capture high-quality selfies, compose and review photos, tap the screen to focus on a specific location during Live View shooting and more.
Built-in Wi-Fi^ and Bluetooth^^
Built-in Wi-fi^ and Bluetooth^^ enable fast and easy file transfer to compatible smart devices using the Camera Connect app, direct sharing to various web services, remote shooting options and more.
Mobile RAW Workflow
Canon’s DPP Express makes speedy processing of JPEGs and CR3 RAW files on a compatible handheld device a breeze. It works with the Canon Camera Connect app^ for a streamlined wireless workflow.
by Amazon Customer
Keeping it even though I probably didn’t need it. It’s quality built and will work for you, just at not the right application for me
It does not seem tight enough for me to trust to secure the cap without it falling off
by Roger James
The S110 is a truly amazing subcompact camera and is probably the best pocket able camera for under $350 you can buy at today’s prices. The Sony RX100 is probably the best subcompact camera but it costs twice the S110 price and is missing some key new features that separate it from the subcompact camera competition. I rated the S110 5 stars because it is a great subcompact camera at a great price. The price does fluctuate so watch for a good deal if you decide to buy.I upgraded my Canon S95 which is still working perfectly two years later after taking over 5000 images. The images I’ve taken with that camera rival the other more expensive digital cameras with larger sensors and lenses that I own. It’s one camera I always have with me. When you compare the S95 with the S110, they almost look identical. There are of course a few changes in the button layout and the surface appearance. Why change a successful camera? The S110 is a tad heavier by a fraction of an ounce over the S95. The interface is the typical Canon interface and it’s easy to find your way around. The separate video button is now standard on virtually all cameras today so that’s not so special but it is nice to have.The S110 has many new and improved features that make this camera an even a better camera than earlier versions. The processor, sensor and zoom have changed but the basic camera shape remains the same. The things I like a lot that are either new or improved from the Canon S95. The biggest changes came in the S100 released a year ago. That model while improving on the S95 had some lens issues on a number of the cameras especially when it was first released. You can see some of the negative reviews list the problems. If you didn’t have a bad lens, you probably loved that camera. Today it sells for more than the S110 which is surprising.The S110 has much faster autofocusing. It allows faster image capture. New image processor. Here are some other things which add greatly to the user experience.1. Touch Screen interface. Helps in focusing on subject and faster setting things up.2. WiFi that replaces the GPS unit is not present on S95. There are many possibilities with this…3. F2 starts wider at 24mm instead of 28mm equiv.4. Wider zoom range 5X versus 3.8X. So its wider and with more telephoto.5. Better low light capability and a much expanded ISO range. Very high ISO images are possible.6. Expanded digital zoom up to 20X is surprisingly good but not typical super zoom quality.7. Many more manual and custom settings possible.8. Expanded compensation9. Slightly improved ergonomics with thumb rest and slightly rougher texture on the surface, allowing a better grasp. You still need the wrist strap for safety reasons.10. Full high definition video, 1080P at 24FPS with separate video button.11. Slightly stronger flash.12. Excellent and expanded image stabilization. (Which is pretty good)13. Excellent image quality with the new CMOS sensor. Much better low light images.14. Ma
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It’s really good, and the price is very high. I will still buy it here in the future.
Everything was received quickly, very satisfied!