This is a good start. Surely, an F4 lens will help with the poor lighting, and improve AF speed. In the future, if you are photographing many football games, 7D Mark ii can be a useful investment.
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On the subject of lens prices it is interesting to note that in the UK the 24-70 f4 IS retailed price is now cheaper than the 24-105L retailed price.I believe the Canon 24-105L is already discontinued. This explains the large difference between the street price and the official price list.
Compare Canon 7D Mark II with Nikon D750 makes sense in the same way that a comparison of these cars...I would say it's not fair to compare the 7D2 to those other two. I think Canon is marketing the 7D2 in the 6D level, except for the APS-C factor. It's therefore natural that it would beat these two. I'd like to see a direct comparison between the 7D2 and the D750, for example, to see how each handles low light/shadow recovery, even if sensor sizes and crop factors are different.
Yes. Appearance of a camera can radically change the perception people have of it with accessories...My point is that "pro" (or "pro-level" or "pro-targeted") is a characteristic of the camera and not the person using it. The user doesn't determine whether a camera is a "pro camera" any more than the camera determines whether the user is a pro. I think that we would all agree that a 1DX is a "pro camera",I get your point; however, the reason I disagree with your conclusion is that there's no objective criteria to separate pro from non-pro. At the extremes, e.g. 1DX vs Rebel, we will probably agree. But what about in the middle?
In the end, it devolves into the famous Potter Stewart test.
Obviously, the technical ability and artistic vision of the photographer is more important than the camera. As the subject of this topic is the camera, I did a comparison between a camera supposedly amateur and other professional.Suppose I need a photographer shoot a wedding with me. If I had to choose between the options below, I decide by the number 2:If that's how you prefer to make your decision, ok...after all, it's your decision. Personally, I'd choose based on the quality of their portfolios, not the gear they used to develop them.
OPTION 1 - Only one 5D classic + 28-135mm
OPTION 2 - One T5i with grip + 17-55mm + 430EXii + other T5i + Sigma 50mm Art
When Chuck Norris is shooting, the IS on his lens compensates for subject motion...if it knows what is good for it.Chuck Norris made this picture so...