Canon DSLR Camera EOS 90D

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Current Price £1,449.00 April 13, 2024
Highest Price £1,449.00 November 10, 2023
Lowest Price £1,449.00 November 10, 2023
Since November 10, 2023

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£1,449.00 November 10, 2023

Canon DSLR Camera EOS 90D Description

High-Speed Shooting Capability

This Canon EOS 90D DSLR Camera with 18-135 is USM Lens is designed to be a powerful, yet highly accessible photo-taking tool for photographers of all skill levels. Its 32.5 megapixels resolution and up to 10 fps continuous shooting capabilities ensure high-resolution capture and more photos per second. Combined with its powerful 45-point all cross-type autofocus system, you can be sure those images you’ve been dreaming of are not only rendered accurately, but also swiftly.

Effortless Raw Photography

This EOS 90D marvel brings you the versatility and performance of the EOS system in a compact body. With its maximum ISO of 25,600, this camera body opens up limitless possibilities in low-light situations. With each capture, you can expect incredibly detailed, sharp, and true-to-life Picture Quality without having to fuss over exposure settings.

Impeccable Image Reproduction

The Canon EOS 90D DSLR camera with 18-135 is USM Lens keeps image reproduction accurate and faithful. Its advanced image processing engine features a DIGIC 8 imaging processor, which helps produce stunning images in both creative and challenging lighting scenarios. With its two high-speed channels, this camera will capture every detail, snappy movement, and vibrant color with accuracy and clarity.

Uninterrupted Moment Shooting

The Canon EOS 90D DSLR camera with 18-135 is USM Lens keeps you armed and ready to capture every moment with confidence. You’ll be able to turn your snapshots into stunning cinematic-quality creations with its full HD recording capability at 60p. What’s more, its advanced movie AF speed and precision assure fast and smooth focus transitions even in very low light.

Features:
• 32.5MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
• DIGIC 8 Image Processor
• Dual Pixel CMOS AF for Live View Shooting
• 2.82m-Dot LCD Monitor
• UHD 4K and Full HD at up to 60 fps
• 45-Point All Cross-Type AF System
• 100% Viewfinder Coverage
• Up to 10-fps Continuous Shooting
• ISO 100-25600 and ISO 51200
• Built-In Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
• EOS Scene Analysis System
• EF Mount Compatible Lenses
• LED AF Assist Light
• Dust and Waterproof Construction

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Canon DSLR Camera EOS 90D Reviews (13)

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  1. Dan

    I needed a new camera, my old Canon DSLR just wasn’t cutting it anymore. I wrestled with buying a new mirrorless but didn’t want to buy all new lenses, and besides my canon DSLR’s have served me well since the early 2000’s doing everything I’ve asked of them. This new model shines! Takes great photos and video’s as well. The 18-135 lens will make a great everyday carry around lens and the best thing is, all my older lenses and equipment will fit perfectly, no adapters needed! This is the top of the line, the pinnacle of Canon’s DSLR line. The best there is IMHO.

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  2. Lawrence Kaneshiro

    Anyone looking for a good little DSLR, this fit’s the bill. It does everything as advertised. However, stay away from the kit lens Zoom 18-135mm. The picture quality is OK. Not the greatest, but the zoom ring on the lens I got is very stiff. If you plan to do a smooth zoom while shooting video, you will never get it. The lens is meant to be used with the Canon Power Zoom Adapter PZ-E1 which has been discontinued and is hard to find. The menu system is great. Autofocus is quick and quiet. The camera is very responsive even while using my older autofocus lens. Not sure how long Canon will continue marketing the 90D or any additional DSLRs, but this one is a winner.

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  3. Cliente de Amazon

    Great quality pictures, easy to use camera. If you want to go hard core, you can manually set various settings ( shutter speed, ISO and more ). Comes with a 200 page manual which shows basic/mid level features, you can have Canon customer support send you a 600 page manual in PDF format that shows you EVERYTHING about the camera. You can also get PDF manuals on basic and advanced photo editing.

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  4. mason rancourt

    I laboured quick a bit over staying with a DSLR or making the jump to mirrorless. The 90D is supposed to be the DSLR version of the mirrorless R6 and it is a very capable DSLR. Quick and easy to use, the 90D is a great recreational camera; a little on the bulky side, but I have been known to be a tad hard on equipment, so could end up being a better bet than the R6. First 100 shots were good.

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  5. Neal

    This is the first digital camera that I owned personally I use to borrow a camera when needed.
    It looks good and handles well.
    Even better it’s from Canon USA with a USA warranty.
    It took me about 2 days to grasps the concept of the camera the ins and outs of it.
    I am happy with it so far.
    Just need to get more lenses.

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  6. Mk

    I love my camera!

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  7. Doc Sludge

    Everything Canon has built into the EOS crop sensor line of enthusiast cameras. Each one building on the previous. The 32megapixels, the multi-array of focal points, the simple navigation & plethora of options at your fingertips. Touch screen, wifi, remote controllable with app. It’s just a solid, solid, extremely versatile camera. Match it with the kit 18-135 lens and you have a lightning fast focusing camera ready to cover most of your needs. Add a nifty 50, a longer telephoto, and the prime lens of your choice and have one versatile workhorse of a camera.
    I upgraded from my 60D (I’ve had for 11 years) and I’m supremely happy with this upgrade.

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  8. Neal

    Excellent camera, the auto focus is fantastic. Manual mode is really easy to use (I have past DSLR experience). The 90D is light, compact, and a lot of fun to take pictures with. Best quality pics I’ve been able to take.

    I haven’t tried the video mode for more than 10 minutes. Looks good, but definitely use a reliable tripod. Or some sort of gimble. The lense I used was an older one with no stabilization. I also didn’t use all of the video settings im the menu. I’m still learning.

    Overall, an expensive worthwhile purchase. The lense that comes in this kit is really really good too.

    The kitty pic is the first picture I took with the Canon 90D.

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  9. mason rancourt

    I was so excited to have Canon 90D when it arrived and before I opened the box. HOWEVER, sadly I found the camera package was not sealed, which was supposed to be so. What made me more disappointed is the main dial, which was stiff and but what made me even more dumbfounded is the camera lens, which might have been manufactured, hopefully not designed, for utilization of a wrench to make it turn. As every time I turned the lens manually (I was using the manual mode and had turned it to MF), I had an issue of turning it smoothly, in a soft fashion, the failure of which resulted in a shake of the camera. I’ve given the camera two stars for its delivery, but not the camera set. I’m definitely going to return it soon!

    As we’ve bought Canon before, it works pretty well. I’m going to purchase another Canon 90D, and I wish the forthcoming new purchase would be without issues. Otherwise, I’m going to turn to other brands such as Sony and Olympus, both of which were purchased years ago and have been working amazingly well.

    I’m going to leave my review for the new purchase after it’s arrived and has been tested.

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  10. Will Hoyt

    El producto llegó en tiempo y forma sin complicaciones, todo cerrado y empaquetado.

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  11. Doc Sludge

    I’ve upgraded from CanonT3i and what a learning curve, but, oh so well worth the education for the versatility and quality of photographs ! Whole new ballgame, very pleased!

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  12. D. Stallard

    I mean, compatibility with third party lenses is a huge plus, colour is fantastic, Low noise even at 800 iso, Skies are beautiful. all things that my fuji camera was lacking. Its incredible what you can do if you have the right equipment. telephotos are fantastic on this camera because of the crop sensor, you get that extra range.
    Photos shot with: canon 18-35mm (kit), canon 75-300mm, and Sigma 150-600mm contemporary

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  13. Tephra

    I bought this camera more for still photography than video, and for the resolution and ISO upgrades, over my old 7d, which I have really liked for years. With the increased resolution, I especially like the performance with my 100-400 f4.5-5.6L IS II and my 70-200 f2.8L IS, as well as my other lenses, such as the 18-135 USM that I bought to use as a general walk-around lens. I use the fold-out, live viewing screen with smaller zooms, but also with my faster fixed lenses; which makes street photography much more versatile. I recall photographing the Cuna Indians in Panama in the late 60s. At that time they believed that the camera would steal their soul, so the would turn away or cover their faces. Sneaky me, I would set the mechanical timers on my Pentax Spotmatics, which were totally manual SLRs, and secretly shoot photos while the cameras with fast fixed lenses hung from my neck, while my hands were obviously nowhere near the camera. Click! Got it. Hah! So now I am adding the 90d’s fold-out optical live view screen, in order hold the camera away from my face, and this photographer seems more innocuous. Of course there’s more….such as video, which will eventually get around to using… More, also, since I still haven’t had this little gem that long.

    Looking back at the progress both of SLR and DSLR cameras; Film cameras, then earlier digitals, both full frame 5d series and the APSC 7d and 7d MKII. I am comparing some of my previous film cameras and their capabilities and versatility – and the resulting images – comparing with the Canon A2, and the A1, and the earlier Pentax Spotmatics I’ve had. Viewing comparatively, it’s easy to see that the 90d is not a toy.

    Yep, this 90d is is not full frame, but so what? Looking at the results vs the price, comparing those facets with previous film cameras and full size sensor digitals. The 90d is not overly expensive, and some people scoff at what they’re calling non-professional. But in my case, with multiple decades of experience, it does produce professional results.
    I have photo-gadget freak and pretentious wanna-be friends who’ve dumped multiple tens of thousands of $$ into their photography pass times, calling themselves professional this or that, bragging about top of the line this or that computer or photo equipment, much of which changes with the edition of each of the next new releases. Yet 98.5% of them have never made enough income with their “art” to even pay for a fraction of their photo and computer equipment.
    Yeah, the proof is in the taste of the pudding.
    As always, we need to see the finished products and those which is good enough to be hanging on any wall,
    anywhere, and whether observers stop long enough to give it a good look, let alone even study it.
    All of that, in defense of an inexpensive DSLR camera which does pretty well, and can & does yield “professional,”
    not merely trivialized “enthusiast” results.

    Gripes would be:
    1) That this 90d would be nice – for my own taste – if it were to be encased in a heavier, titanium alloy body, such as those that people refer to as more of a professional camera, like the 7d, versus an “enthusiast” camera, because of the weather proofing, etc. I would actually prefer a Mark III, in the 7d line, which I was waiting for, but apparently the 90d is IT; no more of the Canon 7d line. So I bought one and am satisfied with its performance.

    2) The little whiz wheel in back, seems a bit small. But, that does also have a fast forward and back button in the middle of it.

    3) And, whatever Gordon Laing has come up with; among all of the pros and cons of his thorough and snappy 90d review on YouTube.

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