News The best Canon camera in 2019: from EOS to Ixus, pro DSLRs to PowerShots!

Jun 3, 2020
Why does the "comments" link from:

The best Canon camera in 2020: Canon's DSLR, mirrorless and compact cameras

land me here?

"... but its successor the Rebel SL3 (aka EOS 250D) improves on it in every way. "

Well, except for the totally borked hot shoe with no center pin.

"Canon’s top-of-the range APS-C sensor with 24.1MP of resolution... "

What happened to the 90D/M6 Mark II 32.5 MP APS-C sensor?

"The Canon EOS 90D is an astounding APS-C workhorse of a camera, available for a fantastic price. It combines the highest resolution yet seen in an APS-C sensor of 32.5MP, with high-speed frame rate of 10fps, and it also manages glorious uncropped 4K video..."

Uhmm, isn't this a camera with a cropped APS-C sensor? So isn't even full sensor width video already cropped at 1.6X?

"The amazing Canon EOS-1D X Mark III turned out to be much, much more than we were expecting. Not only is it an update to the 1D X workhorse series beloved by professionals worldwide, it's also an important step forward for DSLRs generally, boasting deep-learning AF, uncropped 4K (something that had been missing from Canon cameras for quite some time) ..."

Hey, wait a minute! Didn't you just say the 90D that came out a few months before the 1D X Mark III had "uncropped" 4K video?

"If you can afford the extra over the APS-C format EOS 80D (above), the EOS 6D II would be our top recommendation as the best Canon camera for enthusiasts."

Huh? Wasn't that the EOS 90D up there?

"M-series cameras in the past have been appearing to attempt to carve out a niche as decent second cameras, but the M6 II makes a convincing case to be your primary camera, and it's really only the slightly meagre M-series lens selection that holds it back."

That and the lack of any way to have an eye level viewfinder and control off camera flash, not to mention externally mounted on-camera flash, at the same time.