Canon M100 perhaps ? A mirrorless DSLR wannabe ? Circa £800 ?
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I just have this feeling that after getting the 24-70 II, I really won't use the 24-105L at all...and if that's going to be the case, why not get the new zoom that much sooner?
I've been drooling over the 135mm for awhile now and your recommendation makes trying to avoid it even harder! It may be the perfect stopgap between now and me saving up to replace my 70-200 with the f/2.8 version. Now you're making me re-think which lenses to go with
Going to happen. But if the prior IS non-Ls are any indication, Canon will give up maximum aperture to get IS. This may end up being an F/1.8 IS or F/2 IS. The idea being 3-4 stops of IS is worth losing one stop of speed, and I'd presume that IS with an ultra large aperture design would be large and heavy, something the non-Ls are not known for.