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About Canon 90D
Canon 90D Camera
Like you, I'm also a Canon user and admirer. Granted, these cameras have their fair share of shortcomings however, there's nothing on earth that is devoid of this feature.
I own 5D Classic, 5DII, 1DIV, 7D and 90D. Bought the last one four days ago after thorough research. 90D is my most modern camera. I don't use still cameras of any other brand. Just for casual short videos; I use a Sony Handycam.
I use native lenses only which include four telephotos for wildlife photography, one wide-angle lens for landscape and group portraits, one fast prime which is the famous nifty-fifty for street and low-light shots and two kit lenses for travel purposes. Not interested in mirrorless cameras as of now. I'm 100% hobbyist photographer.
One question re the 90D. I came across an YouTube review wherein the content creator claimed this camera reduces the minimum focusing distance of lenses. Is this true?
Thank you in advance.
Thanks for asking about the Canon 90D and minimum focus distance. I'd love to comment on this claim about a closer focusing distance with the 90D. The specific lens you attach is what determines minimum focusing distance with your 90D, not the camera model.
Please comment back with the web address of the YouTube video on the 90D.
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