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    Does the Canon 90D have DPAF in 4k?
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    Hi everyone

    Does the Canon 90D have DPAF in 4k?

    Or does the 90D only have DPAF in 1080p?
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    Yes DPAF is in 4k, but no 24p


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    In a surprising turn of events, Canon announced they will put 24p into the camera via FW (and some other cameras too).


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    In a surprising turn of events, Canon announced they will put 24p into the camera via FW (and some other cameras too).
    i know, it was a surprise.

    you don't think of the overlords at canon as being responsive to the crowd's niose.

    anyone have thoughts on the quality of the 90d's video footage?

    sharpness? color? soc?

    tia

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    I had some store credit and purchased a M6 Mark II. If you know what you're doing, the footage can and does look like 99% of everything else that's out there besides a handful of the obvious options which are on the next level.

    IMO, there are only two levels of quality today; a noticeably true cinematic look and everything else that's just the typical high-quality letterboxed video (YouTubers).

    Whether it's the 90D or the a7III or the X-T3 or the GH5, they all look the same at 24p (high-quality video). And you decide what price you want to pay for other features (AF, IBIS, 10-bit, LOG, full-frame, 4K/60p, etc).

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    Here's a cool video of an expensive cinema lens on the M50 (older sensor than the 90D):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdrn1FjkLf8&t=159s


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    I had some store credit and purchased a M6 Mark II. If you know what you're doing, the footage can and does look like 99% of everything else that's out there besides a handful of the obvious options which are on the next level.

    IMO, there are only two levels of quality today; a noticeably true cinematic look and everything else that's just the typical high-quality letterboxed video (YouTubers).

    Whether it's the 90D or the a7III or the X-T3 or the GH5, they all look the same at 24p (high-quality video). And you decide what price you want to pay for other features (AF, IBIS, 10-bit, LOG, full-frame, 4K/60p, etc).

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    Here's a cool video of an expensive cinema lens on the M50 (older sensor than the 90D):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdrn1FjkLf8&t=159s
    If using the lens adapter the price is pretty close to a 90d, so why not pay a little extra for one? Rather than buying an eos r, I'm looking at 90d or m6 ii as a small cam. I'm leaning towards 90d for screen and type of battery.


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    Personally, I wanted the smaller and lighter camera with a native small lens (32mm).


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