Ahead of its official launch, Canon Australia accidentally leaked practically everything about the EOS 90D DSLR and EOS M6 Mark II mirrorless cameras. Starting off with the EOS 90D, Canon’s upcoming DSLR aims to replace both the EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 80D with an all-new 32.5-megapixel sensor paired with a DIGIC 8 processor. The updated internals let the EOS 90D shoot up to 10FPS, shoot 4K video at 30FPS (or Full HD video at 120FPS).
Other key features of the EOS 90D include weather sealing, 100% viewfinder coverage, 45-point cross-type autofocus system with face detection, and a fully articulating touch screen.
On the other hand, the EOS M6 Mark II looks similar to its predecessor save for an updated dial (the exposure compensation dial is replaced by a function button), a physical AF/MF switch. It has the same sensor and image processor with the EOS 90D, so it can shoot 4K video at 30FPS as well.
The EOS M6 Mark II’s unique features include up to 14FPS shooting, up to 30FPS RAW burst shooting, Dual Pixel AF with eye detection, and touch-and-drag autofocus when used with the optional EVF.
Here’s the leaked launch video for the EOS M6 Mark II:
And here’s the leaked launch video for the EOS 90D: