You can get the 50mp Canon 5Ds new gray market on eBay for just under $1,200 from 6ave (currently on sale). It's around $1,400 from other eBay dealers. IQ is literally medium format digital territory. In the other 90D thread I told the anon that if he wanted the video features, go 90D. If he didn't care about video and wanted ultimate still image quality, go gray market 5Ds for Canon or used D800 for Nikon.>>3534215>The 90D is fine, albeit one of the last APS-C DSLRs you’re going to see. Mirrorless is better in almost every way, save for battery life. And even that will surpass DSLRs within a generation or two. Take a look at the EOS M6 Mark II. It’s basically the same camera in a mirrorless body, but you get an EVF attachment which shows you your exposure before you even shoot the image.
I'm so sick of the "mirrorless is better" meme.
Exposure preview is nice but EVFs suck in every other respect. Grainy, shit contrast, shit colors, with noticeable lag and/or smear with movement. And I'm not talking about the M6 II, but the top of the line A9 which has one of the best EVFs made. They also blow out your night vision in one eye when shooting astro. And speaking of astro, I can see the Milky Way for composition through a 24 f/1.4 on OVF. On EVF I can see static.
Mirrorless has superior AI subject tracking. But if you can keep an AF point on the subject DSLRs acquire focus faster and can track distance changes faster.
What else has mirrorless got? Small size in some cases: EOS M, Fuji X mount. But if you go FF mirrorless your system will be just as big as a DSLR with less grip and lower battery life.
I shoot both and I would never ignore DSLR models over the FUD of "mirrorless is the future! THE FUTURE!!!" But that FUD and the consumer desire to have what's new is driving down prices on older FF models, which are now a steal.