« on: December 17, 2014, 04:18:43 AM »
What are you going to shoot with your glass? Do you really need lenses that wide or that long? When it comes to photography, i think that less is more. It sounds good to have lenses that cover a wide range of focal lengths, but this is true only if you use 2 camera bodies. Otherwise, i don't see myself, or any other amateur photographer like me, fumbling with the bag, the camera, the lenses, to get that perfect shot, that would probably be gone when i'm done setting up my gear. The 70-200/2.8 is one of the most wanted Canon lenses in the world, and yet you chose to get rid of it, because you realized that it wasn't the tool you needed for your craft. If you want to be ready to swiftly change your focal length, a 24-105 would be ideal: from wide angle to medium long, without changing lenses. And if you still have your 50/1.4 for when the light is low, or when you want the extra-thin DoF.