So in other words, not much if you're a DSLR shooter.
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How do you improve on the 135L?
Thinking about pulling the trigger on this bad boy.
I'm not the one who claimed that, but after F/4 or so, I believe the F/1.8 is as good as the F/1.4 for sharpness. But there are so many other limitations with that lens, as I have previously enumerated.- A
the 50 1.8 II is actually sharper to boot,
Here's another thought: If you can afford a 70D, you're not far from a 7D. Sensors are going to be similar, but you get better build quality and more pro-level features on the 7D. I just think you'll be happier with it in the long run. You do have a nice collection of lenses with a wide range of focal lengths.
If I were in the market for a 7D, I'd probably wait a few months for the rumored Mk II.