Canon announces two new cameras and lenses. However these two new cameras from Canon, both aimed at the enthusiast end of the market, prove that which is obvious, that the EF mount is going nowhere. Interestingly the M6 Mark II has in addition to a large tiltable LCD display an optional detachable EVF, which fits onto the hotshoe on the top off the camera body.
Speed wise, the 90D is capable of shooting to 10fps with autofocus tracking, up from the 7fps of the EOS 80D, and 11fps in Live View mode. In contrast, the M6 Mark II can shoot up to 14fps continuously, or up to 30fps using its RAW burst mode, complete with autofocus tracking. When it comes to the specifics of autofocus, both cameras are able to perform eye tracking, which in the case of the 90D works in conjunction with a….