spompert wrote:I use the 80D. Noise is pretty good and focuspoints as well. But I personally don`t really care about focuspoints in aviation photography. Burstrate would be important I would say with airshows, so the 7DII sounds like a good option.
airkas1 wrote:Depends heavily on your budget as well I'd say. I've found the ISO capabilities very good on the 5D's I've owned so far (had a II, now a IV).
JakTrax wrote:Don't take DXOMark too literally as it's all theoretical. Basically the more megapixels your camera has, the greater the pixel density, meaning the lens has to work harder to get the best out of the sensor. In theory, when using the same lens, you will lose sharpness with the 7DII compared to the 7DI; but in reality the extra detail generated by the II's sensor sort of cancels out the ill-effects. On a per-pixel level the lower megapixel camera will typically out-perform the higher megapixel example.
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