Which one to buy?

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  1. yuseralhaj

    yuseralhaj TPF Noob!

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    Canon T7i or Canon 70D?
    I will mainly use the camera for photos

    Also, this is my first DSLR, I'm looking for a camera +5 years to use without any upgrading

    I will buy mainly the 85mm 1.8 for portrature, and the 40mm 2.8 for general shooting.


    Any advice? I just can't choose which body to buy!


     
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    The T7i will have the better sensor performance. The 70D will have the better body build and user controls.

    If the choice included 80d for $999 right now over the holidays sales, that would be what I would pick.
     
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    80D is a bit of expensive to me
     
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    You can't go wrong with either body and all good points above.....The 85mm is a great choice as well, stick with buying high quality lenses and you will be set, bodies will come and go.
     
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    pretty much sums it up.

    You get a better AF module with the T7i and probably a slight edge in IQ, but it's a lower-end body. The 70D has a better viewfinder, shutter, and battery life.
     

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