dm51964: Have been using Canon DSLR cameras for 7 years and this is the worst I have used in terms of focus issues and the worst DSLR camera I have ever bought for wild bird and wildlife photography but on paper it looks superb. I have bought two and found them both to have the same fault in that they seem to focus on whatever they please even with centre spot focus is set up. No matter what I tried the focus problem persisted and with it happening with two cameras feel the fault cannot be a one off and very disappointed with the product. Both models were production dated to 2013 but both bought new in 2016
Denicia Hill: I am so torn as to what to do.. D:
Serafeim Zormpas: Hello Tony, i bought a used 7d a few months ago with 60k clicks, but it is beginning to get frustrating since it is slow (especially during astrophotography) and the high iso noise looks really bad, do you suggest i sell it to buy a 70D? I am an all around photographer with mainly landscapes and sports / wildlife.
Apple Bag: hit that button like a ak47
Angus Kerr: Just wanted to say thanks for this video. It really helped me make an informed decision. I wanted the camera for 1. Wildlife, 2. Street / Candid 3. Video. I bought the 70D used with 18-135 STM and the 400mm L 5.6 and so far I am blown away. The video capabilities are great, the AF is fast, and the 400mm delivers crisp tack sharp images throughout the aperture range. I'm very happy and really looking forward to my wildlife trip. Just hope I'm not too close!
Nenad Mrdak: I want to make videos in nature, doing workouts, alone :). I want very good quality video ( sometimes shoot some photos also). What camera would you recommend me ?
hellomyphone: Nice shirt and cap! Do they make the difference?
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Daniel Evans: Hi Tony great review. I have a 7d and 400mm 5.6. I mainly shot birds and birds in flight. do you have any recommended settings for this camera setup? thanks
Chrïs: would you recommend waiting for the D500 or just buy the Nikon D810? I shoot landscapes and wildlife. thanks
Daye One: I brought a great used 7D on your advice, thanks!!! But I noticed some sellers would list the MPN: 3814B004 or 3814B056 and others didn't at all. Are there different/cheaper versions of the 7D and other camera models, that we should be aware of while searching for that perfect camera? This could be a great topic for a show .
Tom Tim: I spy with my eye something starting with an I... An Ikea shelf!!!!
sky_akka TKD: hello , my name is freed and i am thinking of buying the canon 5D Mark III , I will use it for photograping some social events and some sports also , but i will also use for indoor sports such like teakwood tournaments and also soccer for indoors !! will this camera be ok since indoors is less light ?
tyrron errol van der berg: hi Tony Northrup what camera bundle should I buy for landscapes birding sports and macro photos d5500 ,70d ,nx1 or any other suggestions in the R18000 range please help me decide or anyone can give me advice please???
Cajunrich: Here is a rookie question on focusing with during video with my T5i EF-S 18-135 IS STM. When an Animal or bird is running/flying away from you how do you keep the focus on the object? I want to have that same dept of field that my video camera how when using my T5i. Can I do this with my DSLR T5i using this lens? Thank you....Learning a lot from your channel.
brianminkc: Hey Tony camo doesn't work indoors dude.
Seth Ames: Bad tripod head for video.
Nirmal Desai: Hello Tony. I wanna buy a camera for bird photography...I am from India cannot rely on the second hand market here. I really liked both 7D MK II and 70 D. Right now 7D is kinda outta my budget. So should i wait and buy 7D or just go for 70D ?? PS : I still gotta save up for a lens. ( I would request u to suggest a budget lens too). Thanks
Viorel Robu Deaf: 70d klass
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