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    Eos 90D.

    Which is why I would definitely keep my 5D4 for general use and just use a 90D for birds/wildlife, where the extra pixels per duck gives an advantage. Of course a 7D3 will probably be even better than a 90D for birds, but sounds like there may never be a 7D3. ......and if one does eventually...
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    Eos 90D.

    I sold my 7D2 - I wasn't too impressed with the IQ from the sensor. Testing my 7D2 vs my 5D4 with the same lens, I found that I was getting better IQ with the 5D4 and an equivalent cropped shot. I think this is due to the greater pixel count on the 5D4. I am interested to try a 90D - with its...
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