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May 28, 2011 08:00 |  #1

Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but here goes.

I have a T90 SLR, which I bought back in the early 1980's and was wondering what would be the equivalent Canon DSLR on the market today, if there is one?


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May 28, 2011 09:14 |  #2

Any of the 1D series of cameras would be comparable to the T90. If you're on a budget, pick up a 1D mkII and enjoy the same professional body as the T90.




  
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May 28, 2011 10:20 |  #3

Where there is absolutely no comparison is the ability to take up to 9 multiple exposures.


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May 28, 2011 10:43 |  #4

In Japan the T-90 was known affectionalty as the "Tank". It, like the A2E and the 7D fit in sort of sideways in the production line of camera bodies. Not quite pro, not really Am either. Probably the closest you would get now would be the 7D. And my honest opinion is the 7D sucks compared to the T-90 in overall quality. I agree with the posters above, go with an older 1D series body. The 1DmkIIN is a great body (I have one and won't let it go despite it's attraction to dust bunnies) and rugged as hell.


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May 28, 2011 11:36 |  #5

Yes, I would also the 1DmkII or IIn all though you would probably be happy with a 7d or used 40d & 50d. I still have two T90's. Awesome camera!


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