Canon EOS 90D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm IS STM Lens Kit
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- 32.5 megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor combined with a DIGIC 8 image processor and an ISO range of 100-25000 (expandable to 51200), gives you sharp, detailed images, even in low-light settings
- High-speed continuous shooting of up to 10 fps with no time lag during OVF shooting
- 45-point cross-type AF system and EOS iTR AF (face detection) are perfect for wildlife and motor sports photography enthusiasts
- Uncropped 4K 30p video capability allows you to capture your travels, events, and other memories in full, wide-angle view
- Supports up to 27 Points with an f/8 metering
- Includes EOS 90D body and 18-55 IS STM lens
Storage & Interface
- EOS 90D Body (Black)
- 18-55 IS STM
- Battery Pack LP-E6N
- Battery Charger LC-E6
- Neck Strap
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Of the 5 reviewers who responded, 5 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- Best purchase I ever made- November 4, 2020
This was my most expensive camera ever bought and I can t say enough about it. I looooove it. Went to Los Cabos and took the most beautiful pictures with it. My friends thought I was an amazing photographer (which I would dream to be).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)
- LOVE IT- May 5, 2020
So I upgraded from a T3i. I was waiting until the T8i but I was following the rumors and saw the one about a newly designed 32.5mp sensor and from that moment I just knew whatever camera that sensor was going in was the one I needed to own. Turned out to be the 90 freakin D! And let me tell you, the difference was immediately noticable. Despite the conventional wisdom about high res sensors, this one actually performs pretty well in low light, and has a good dynamic range. Burst is nice and fast at 10fps (11fps live view) 4k NO CROP!!!, FHD 120fps, and with the firmware update they did add 24fps for FHD and 4k. Bluetooth and wifi, on camera raw editing, I seen some reviews that say no focus peaking so let me clear that up. IT HAS FOCUS PEAKING. Lots of various tweaks and settings not available on the rebel line, rear wheel, joystick, top lcd (dont know how I ever got by without that). Now onto the critiques: The bluetooth/wifi is good but not great. Could have greatly benefited from 5ghz rather than 2.4. Also the canon camera connect app is average at best. Could really use a usb hard wire function. The onboarding mic is TRASH. But that's pretty much the case with most DSLRs so not points deducted. No audio or autofocus in FHD 120fps. Maybe in a future firmware update. And one last thing. This camera has quite a learning curve. This is mostly due to the high res sensor out resolving many of the older/entry level lenses. There are a ton of good resources out there to help with this. A good starting point is a youtuber by the name of michael the maven. He addresses this exact issue all the time.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)
- great for the weekend enthusiast or Pro- March 12, 2020
I bought this for my daughter. She has been using another Canon camera for several years to further develop her photography skills and knowledge of the equipment. I read the reviews and listened to her explain all the pros of this camera before I purchased. So, I felt that I was fairly knowledgeable about the equipment. This 90D is a very noticeable upgrade with many new features. I’m not sure that this camera is considered a PRO camera but it's still got a lot of features and settings to learn. What I like about it so far is the autofocus is accurate and easy to navigate. Using the optical viewfinder for most photoshoots, to me, is a more comfortable way to shoot. This is a well-built camera with a great feature set for the weekend enthusiast or the semiprofessional photographer. If you already have some experience with Canon then this is a great option.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)