EOS RP Vs. 90D for wildlife/travel?

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danferrin Regular Member • Posts: 436
Re: EOS RP Vs. 90D for wildlife/travel?
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For slow moving wildlife that you can get close enough to or have long enough of a lens, the RP will probably give you somewhat better photos and more reliable focus.  If you want to shoot fast moving wildlife, more distant subjects  or birds in flight, the 90D is probably your best bet, but with the 90D, you do have to make sure to perform the auto focus adjustment on each of your lenses.  I have an acquaintance with the 90D and either the Tamron or Sigma 150-600 who would have a stunning portfolio if she had just performed the AFMA on her lens, but despite shooting from a tripod, non of her photos are in focus.  I told her two weeks ago what she needed to do and she still hasn’t done it.  And her photos are still blurry.

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