02-11-2021 04:26 PM
02-11-2021 05:26 PM - edited 02-11-2021 05:27 PM
What lenses do you have?
What does the T7 *not* do that you would expect to get out of a new camera?
02-11-2021 06:10 PM
02-11-2021 06:30 PM
I think you are going to have to step up to the 90D is you want more MP. Even the latest Rebel T8i is still a 24MP sensor.
How large are you enlarging/printing? If you aren't doing a lot of cropping or printing larger than 13x19 24MP should be adequate for most uses.
02-12-2021 10:31 AM - edited 02-12-2021 10:35 AM
"I currently only have an EFS 18-55 and a Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 SP Di VC USD XLD"
I love the idea of upgrading to the 90D. But lets think about this for a moment. Quite frankly the two lenses you have are not the best and maybe a time to upgrade them too. Buying into a 90D to keep using these lenses will certainly work but is it the right way to go. The 90D is well beyond an entry level camera. You want to strap it to these entry level lenses?
Perhaps a more costly investment right now will be a savings down the road. If, you take a look at and buy one of the new R series camera. They are the future. And, there is a Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R if you want to put the lens upgrade off for a while and use your ef-s 18-55mm. Not sure the Tammy will adapt!
Its time to go mirrorless, my friend.
02-12-2021 02:48 PM
"Looking for something with a little more mp and faster shooting capability."
If this your true goal, the RP is only 26MP vs 24MP and 5 frames/sec vs 3 frames/sec.
Is that gain worth your whole budget?
Canon has said that their future development will be in the R line, but the two top tier EF line cameras (1D X Mark III and 90D) are excellent performers and one would need to have some very niche lens needs to not be able to fine a suitable EF series lens.
How immediate is your need and what time frame would you need to save for an R5? Or what are your end use needs - an R6 will give you a big boost in shooting speed and comparable but better quality megapixels. I have a 1D X Mark III; 20MP but I can crop and still get quality 13x19 prints. R6 has the same sensor.
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02-11-2021 07:20 PM
02-12-2021 12:11 PM
02-12-2021 12:44 PM
The bottom line is you are far better of and going to be cheaper in the long run to go "R" series. Like I mentioned there is an adapter for your old lenses if you so choose.
The idea of adding the big Siggy is a good one!
02-12-2021 01:07 PM
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