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There were some things with my 2000D that were driving me cray cray, so I saved up and got a 90D. So far I'm really liking it. So, this is my first official pic with the new 90D and the Tamron 18-400mm lens. The Antherium is just to the right of me at my desk, and I shot the pic hand-held in very low light conditions. For some reason, the exif data wasn't saved with the pic, so I'll have to investigate that.
AntheriumTest20210605 by Jeff Ashman, on Flickr
 

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Nice shot. I think you're going to like the 90 D much more. Must be nice being able to take such close shots with a fairly large tele lens.
 
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Nice shot. I think you're going to like the 90 D much more. Must be nice being able to take such close shots with a fairly large tele lens.
Thank you! The lens is fairly light weight and easy to maneuver, and hold still. :) I had the 90D on fast multi, and with just a press and release of the button, it took three shots. I was like, wow! Can't wait for the water levels on the lake to go down so I can go out on the trail again.
 

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Tamron 18-400mm lens
I have that lens. I call it my swiss army knife. I also have an old 50D. Of course the 90D is many generations above and beyond it but still a similar layout. Durable and watersealed. I think you will like it. You'll be amazed at how much more capable it is compared to the 2000D. Get the most out of your investment: review the manual.
 

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Thank you! The lens is fairly light weight and easy to maneuver, and hold still. :) I had the 90D on fast multi, and with just a press and release of the button, it took three shots. I was like, wow! Can't wait for the water levels on the lake to go down so I can go out on the trail again.
Sorry, I said that wrong, I meant a tele lens with a fairly big reach, not size. How many fps does the 90D take?
 
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Sorry, I said that wrong, I meant a tele lens with a fairly big reach, not size. How many fps does the 90D take?
The docs say 10. All I know is that it shot more frames in just a push and release than holding the button on the 2000D for a full second.
I have that lens. I call it my swiss army knife. I also have an old 50D. Of course the 90D is many generations above and beyond it but still a similar layout. Durable and watersealed. I think you will like it. You'll be amazed at how much more capable it is compared to the 2000D. Get the most out of your investment: review the manual.
It’s definitely a Swiss Army knife. It’s relatively light weight, and fast focusing, and I think it’s a good match with the 90D for the pictures I like to take.
 

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congrats on the new gear!
 

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