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Canon 90D and focus issues

Marek Horák 

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Posted 4 January 2020 - 17:07 CET

Hi, I wonder if it's worth to upgrade from 80D to 90D. Atm I'm having some issues about focus when using my 70-200/2,8 II, when some of my shots are soft or blurry. Maybe upgrade might help me. Anyone there, using the 90D or has a same problem as I have ? I will be glad for any advice. Thank you and happy new year to you all! :)

Lien Savo G. S. 

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Posted 27 March 2020 - 22:10 CET

Hello!

I'm a Nikon user but, maybe those issues happen when you set the f/ number very low (F/2.8-f/3.5...or similar) or when you just shot with the VR is still starting to work? In some lens, when you set the f/ number very close to the most open aperture a lens can offer the image is blurry and soft. If this happens, just set the f/ number between f/6.3 and f/9 (this deppend, of course ). Hope this helps you.

And also, I don't think it's worth to buy a 90D of you already have an 80D unless you sell the 80D and use the money to buy the 90D.

Regards! Lien Savo.

Vaibhav Shah 

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Posted 12 August 2020 - 15:24 CET

Hi Marek!

Before you buy 90D, go to a Canon service center and get your lens' calibration checked. Few months ago I was out spotting and I had similar issues with my 24-105 F4 L lens. Either the shots were soft/blurry or the nose was in focus and tail out of focus. You could be facing the same issue.

So I would suggest you to get your lens checked before buying a new body.

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