The long-awaited EOS 90D is truly Canon’s “do-everything” camera for the photo enthusiast. It has 32.5 megapixels of resolution, guaranteed to boggle the minds of landscape and fine-art photographers. It can capture action at up to 11 frames per second with a seemingly bottomless buffer, making it a dream machine for sports photographers who routinely carried a “speed” camera with lower resolution in tandem with a higher-resolution model. Its built-in intervalometer effortlessly captures the beauty of an unfolding blossom, and it can shoot time-lapse movies with up to 4K resolution in the camera to track the progress of a construction project. The 90D adds an impressive focus bracketing feature that allows you to capture and compile ...

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