I think there should be another option: I'd get it but I want to stay married...
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the videos look the same to me.
The best resource I know of for night photography is David Kingham. He specializes in night/Milky Way photography and has a lot of great gear information and tutorials on his website. Definitely worth checking out.
24-105 works for me. Small + unobtrusive, IS, sharp, and versatile zoom range for the street. The 5D3 has plenty of high-iso chops to make up for the lens speed. Below are @ 12,800:
I have both the 135f/2 L & 100f/2.8 L IS Macro, but i use them for two completely different things, 135 I use for People, City streets, anywhere I need f/2, 100 I use purely for Macro, Underwater Macro, for this the 100 has no competition, not even the Nikons 105 (Crap Lens), I've tried the 100 for People etc, but although I find the Lens as Sharp as a button, I do find in low light the Auto Focus can begin to hunt, as it's primarily a Macro Lens, you may find the 135 is your Lens for Weddings/People etc as has been suggested, cant fault this Lens either, sharp, fast, wonderful in Low Light.
(I usually ride my bike slowly thru my hometown... along the river... only one lens [+body] sitting in my backpack.)
I was surprised by the lens choice as well, however this is hard to argue with, it sounds like a nice day
... except for me, it would be a nice convertible, but that's details