Not sure if this is the right place to post this! Recently bought a Canon rebel T7i... really into wildlife and birds!!! Was considering selling and buying a 7d ii
Is this a wise decision? I know the 7d is older but has a faster fps
but will the lower MP cause an issue?
"Personally, I think I like the usage of '35mm equivalent' instead."
That is because you like me, I admit it, come form FF or 35mm days. We think 35mm! It is how we learned. However, think of a person that never used a FF or 35mm camera. Crop factor is meaningless.
"they may search around and see 24mm mentioned alot."
True because it has gotten so ingrained. The advertising departments doesn't help this situation either. A person that bought a Rebel knows how their kit, 18-55mm lens works. If they want a wider lens it needs to be under 18mm. Oh, but you can't do that you must consider the "crop factor". Because your 18mm lens is really a 28mm lens but if you buy a 24mm it is really a 38mm lens. When just knowing how your 18-55mm looks on your Rebel and buying a 10-22mm. No crop factor necessary.
Posted a few I took today with the new 400mm lens 🙂 wow I’m shocked Instagram is bg.gartland
The image quality of Canon L glass is amazingly sharp compared to the majority of their consumer lenses. Enjoy it.