The much-rumoured Canon 90D will likely be a replacement for the Canon EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 80D, two higher-end APS-C sensor DSLRs.
This paring down of long-standing APS-C sensor DSLRs is predictable. As features that used to separate mirrorless and DSLR cameras improve, the distinct appeal of DSLRs is starting to wane. EVFs and mirrorless AF are much better than they used to be, leaving a little less room for DSLRs to luxuriate.
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