Nope. Can't think of a reason why I'd go with APS-C.
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This is funny. A lot of people would get a sh*t load of cr*p & only a few would rather focus on quality. Quality over quantity any day!
35 mm prime
85 mm prime
That's about it and pretty much 10k spent and a perfect set acquired for general shooting.
Translation: My opinion is right. Your opinion is wrong!
Well cheers to another Q1 year of nothing but announcements of lenses and bodies from other camera brands.
I have both the 6D as well as the 5D3. I've tried and did not like using the 50L or the 85L II on the 6D except when I was shooting with a tripod and LV. The positioning of the AF points on the 6D is such that lots of focus-recompose is needed and with the 50L and 85L II, it's just asking for trouble.
While it is true you are more limited with your AF points on the 6D, keep in mind you can focus and crop instead of recompose.
still not sure what conclusions to draw, especially regarding accuracy with wide apertures.
The Silver Lining of Storm Janus by btaoka, on Flickr
The Russian guy's snowflake photos have more DOF and detail to them, but this was taken from my 100L macro (i.e. 1:1 magnification), no focus stacking, just a single shot. No special lighting either, ambient light used.
In Tv mode, it's nice when shooting a fast lens to be able to set a max aperture to maintain sufficient DoF, for example.