Canon 7D Mark II or 90D for Bird Photography

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Duckman21 Forum Member • Posts: 81
Re: Canon 7D Mark II or 90D for Bird Photography

Wondering if anyone has tried a screen-viewer eyepiece on live view instead of the viewfinder on the 90D and has a recommendation for such. Seems unwieldy but you'd get the benefit of better AF tracking than the viewfinder AF. Note that you only get 7fps with continuous AF though. In my experience with the 80D, 7fps isn't the ideal number for flying ducks because their wingbeats are typically between 7-10 and I often end up with the same wing position in a burst sequence. Bald Eagles flap at 5 wingbeats per second so at 10fps you can get both the upstroke and downstroke.

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