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Sep 14, 2019 17:51 |  #16

Just place it on order earlier in the day. By the time I return from a short trip, it should have arrived at my local Best Buy store. :-)



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Sep 14, 2019 19:39 |  #17

I picked one up today at my local camera store. It's been awhile since I used a crop body - 40d, 50d, 70d, 7d, 7d2. From then, its been full frame.

Fit and feel seems pretty good. A little lighter than the 5D4/7D2, but not a ton. Layout is similar.

I find the AF to be pretty snappy. Live view tracking and AF on a moving subject is some of the best I have seen from Canon. The Eye AF works, but not quite as good when the subject is moving. However, compared to my EOS R, it smokes it - currently.

VF AF also seems deadly and accurate. I, too, shoot with a 1DxII, and while it's faster, I don't know that it's that much faster.

The AF system seems to track really well, so thus far, I am happy. I haven't had the chance to put my 300 2.8II on it yet, but it did really well with my 70-200 through the range. I hope to be able to really push it tomorrow.

Resolution increase is noticeable over the 1DxII. Higher ISOs are a little behind the 1DxII, but not enough IMO to drop the 90d for the 1DxII in higher ISO situations, especially when reach-limited. In some really simple testing, the noise cleans up well.

I'll post some shots hopefully tomorrow.


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Sep 14, 2019 20:55 |  #18

Here’s a sampling of what I was getting today in the backyard.

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Sep 14, 2019 21:05 |  #19

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Excellent results!



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Sep 14, 2019 21:07 |  #20

Coming from a 60D I am pretty sure I will be happy with this purchase.


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Sep 14, 2019 21:21 |  #21

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These are awesome! Much better than the results I got.


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Sep 14, 2019 22:20 |  #22

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These are awesome! Much better than the results I got.

I had good lighting, and fine-tuned my lens to the body. I’m pleased with the results.

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Sep 14, 2019 22:25 |  #23

huntersdad wrote in post #18926922 (external link)
I picked one up today at my local camera store. It's been awhile since I used a crop body - 40d, 50d, 70d, 7d, 7d2. From then, its been full frame.

Fit and feel seems pretty good. A little lighter than the 5D4/7D2, but not a ton. Layout is similar.

I find the AF to be pretty snappy. Live view tracking and AF on a moving subject is some of the best I have seen from Canon. The Eye AF works, but not quite as good when the subject is moving. However, compared to my EOS R, it smokes it - currently.

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The AF system seems to track really well, so thus far, I am happy. I haven't had the chance to put my 300 2.8II on it yet, but it did really well with my 70-200 through the range. I hope to be able to really push it tomorrow.

Resolution increase is noticeable over the 1DxII. Higher ISOs are a little behind the 1DxII, but not enough IMO to drop the 90d for the 1DxII in higher ISO situations, especially when reach-limited. In some really simple testing, the noise cleans up well.

I'll post some shots hopefully tomorrow.

Is advanced dual BBF configuration available like on the 5D4/7D2?


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Sep 15, 2019 01:26 |  #24

Got mine yesterday morning, just had time to charge the battery and get to a game. Image below is straight from the camera with a small crop. The camera focuses and tracks well, as mentioned images are very sharp. The buffer is a bit small for me on the odd occasion. (18 shots raw and jpeg) Same as 80D, though I can live with it. Very pleased so far.
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Sep 15, 2019 10:07 |  #25

I really want to see 90D + 100-400mm MKII + 1.4X Ext III combo in action. I'm mostly interested in AF performance.


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Sep 15, 2019 10:38 |  #26

nqjudo wrote in post #18926982 (external link)
Is advanced dual BBF configuration available like on the 5D4/7D2?

If my memory serves me correctly as how that was setup, I don't think so, but don't quote me on that. BBF, yes, but I didn't see any other options that could be configured.


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Sep 15, 2019 10:39 |  #27

And I on my Sigma 150-600C. The lens worked very nicely on my 5D IV, so I'd expect similar results except more reach.



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Sep 15, 2019 10:52 |  #28

huntersdad wrote in post #18927187 (external link)
If my memory serves me correctly as how that was setup, I don't think so, but don't quote me on that. BBF, yes, but I didn't see any other options that could be configured.

Besides AF ON, it's possible to assign AF OFF and ONE SHOT/AI SERVO AF toggle to a button, but the "Switch to registered AF function" and "Switch to registered AF point" features are not included.




  
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Sep 15, 2019 13:47 as a reply to  @ mfingar's post |  #29

Beauts!!! Thanks so much for posting!!! Now to see some highlighting AF tracking of BIF with the 100-400ii and 1.4ex III


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Sep 15, 2019 13:49 |  #30

2loose wrote in post #18927173 (external link)
I really want to see 90D + 100-400mm MKII + 1.4X Ext III combo in action. I'm mostly interested in AF performance.

Me too!!!


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