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    Canon 7D mark ii vs 90D

    So now that I have my sigma 150-600 contemporary I'm looking at getting a crop sensor camera (currently using my 5dsr for both landscape & birds). The main difference I can find from reviews are 7D is better at auto focus while the 90D has better image quality. Both are similar priced.
    If anyone has any comments/suggestions it would be appreciated
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    James. What do you mean by "Now that I've got...[that lens]"? Is the 5dsR body too heavy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    James. What do you mean by "Now that I've got...[that lens]"? Is the 5dsR body too heavy?
    I'm assuming a crop sensor would be better then the 5dsr, plus I hate changing over lenses/settings when I change from landscape to birds etc

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    I see. It depends on what each sensor can resolve with that lens. I know what you mean
    about changing about the lens changing, though.

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    Neither one. If you can stretch to a 5D IV, it's an outstanding bird camera (better than my 7D II, or my 1D IV) and also a handy drop-in, change-nothing spare in case your SR falls over in the outback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    Neither one. If you can stretch to a 5D IV, it's an outstanding bird camera (better than my 7D II, or my 1D IV) and also a handy drop-in, change-nothing spare in case your SR falls over in the outback.
    Thanks tannin, just been doing a bit of research on it & looks like a good option

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