Canon EOS 90D Owners Thread

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Having searched the form, there isn’t at present a dedicated Canon EOS 90D Owners thread, so here goes. Please feel free to post relevant details, queries and images taken with your 90D.

I’ll start off the info with a link to the online User Manual - https://th.canon/en/support/0303624301/1 . It is a mere 646 pages in total.
 
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Having used my 90D for the first time today I can report excellent battery life. I took 968 shots along with quite a bit of reviewing the images on-screen and my battery still shows as being 78% full. It will easily exceed the 1,300 shots as shown in the official specifications.

As for the images themselves, I haven’t downloaded them onto my desktop yet but at present they seem to be an improvement on what I got from my 70D.
 
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This video, again by Michael Andrew, is the equivalent (but better imho) of the Canon 90D user manual in video format. It’s around 2 1/2 hours in length, so not something you would want to watch in one go, but very comprehensive.

View: https://youtu.be/d2yZSLmEUAk
 
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I thought there would be a lot more banter in this thread , did not many buy the 90 D ?
I am thinking not, reasons in my head, its crossover from 80d and 7d so sort of is neither one or the other, think a lot of people were wanting a 7dmk3, I actually asked a canon rep yesterday about a 7dmk3 he said as far as he knew it was not in the pipeline, I also think mirrorless is playing a big part, maybe canon will develop a model aps-c which would be equivalent to 7d models, just my thoughts
 
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I'm waiting to see if Canon do indeed bring out the 7Diii, or a mirrorless version of it. Then I will make the decision, 90D, 7Diii or whatever, or none.

I think a lot of people are doing the same.
 
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If it had been a step up from the 7D mk II it would of been very popular indeed, but as mentioned above most people me included are waiting to see if there will be a 7D mk III.
 
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Personally , I think we all been kept waiting to long for a 7Dmklll , and I don`t see it coming anytime soon either . I was still using the 7D till the early part of this year , as the Mklll looked imminent I waited and waited , and ended up getting a good 2nd hand 7Dmkll . I am very happy with it , I might say . Hard to really judge the 90D with so little feedback from actual users so far .
 
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I did try the 90d in a shop yesterday, interior shot with kit lens at 6400 ISO had a good look on the screen and was quite impressed at lack of noise, done a couple over and under exposed and still impressed, however I will add no idea what onboard settings were employed re noise reduction
 
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I've just bought a 90D, what I have noticed is that the Quick Menu screen on the LCD doesn't show when you half press the shutter unlike the 800D and 100D which I have, not sure if this can be changed? I know you can see most of this info on the top lcd panel, but seems strange to either have to press the Q button or the Info button to display it on the LCD screen.
 
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One thing I did like was the fact you couldn't change the Mode without pressing the centre button, infact it took me a while to work out that you have to press the button to change modes. On the 100D and 800D the mode button can be switched to a different mode by simply putting the camera in your bag or taking it out again - it's happened to me a few times....
 
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