I currently use a Canon 750D and I'm thinking about upgrading my camera body (followed by lenses) in the future.
I use the camera for various types of photography but predominantly wildlife and zoo photography.
To decide what to buy I'd like to know what features of a camera should perhaps be prioritized knowing that it will be mostly used for said purpose.
I'm no expert (hence why I'm here) but here are my thoughts so far:
- Full frame, for low-light situations such as dark reptile vivariums (Reptiles happen to be my favourite subject). Also, I'm assuming this would allow for higher shutter speeds which is obviosuly good for moving animals.
- AI Servo mode, again for moving animals
- Higher fps, for continuous shooting
- More AF points
What else am I missing?
I'd like to stick with Canon due to lenses and familiarity etc. I've been looking at the Canon 6D Mark ii and would appreciate any input from those who have used it or know more etc
Here's a comparison of the above details between my Canon 750D and a Canon 6D Mark ii
- Crop / Full frame
- Both have AI Servo
- 5fps / 6.5fps
- 19 points / 45 points