« on: October 12, 2013, 04:18:44 PM »
You will be blown away by the 5DIII coming from the 600D, and yes, it will probably be 2+ years for the 5DIV.
+1. I came from a 30D last August...and: the honeymoon isn't over yet! Great cam. I'm all for stills and high ISOs and it is much more camera than I'd ever need as an amateur tog. Saving up for a 5DV now. I am on a small budget camerawise, but with an almost complete lens line up for my type of photography (landscape, nightscapes, lowlight candids) there's no other investment requirements for me. I will stay without flash for good. Robert Frank is my hero and he did great with much less tech... So go for it and sell it once the 5DIV comes out or keep it and join me with the 5DV next time ;-) You can't fail with a 5DIII and a bunch of nice lenses which suit your needs.
Z96A6752bBWKLeincropDEF by Peter Hauri, on Flickr
Z96A6566bMasterKleinNRTLGKDEFALT by Peter Hauri, on Flickr
Z96A6235bKleinrMasterDEF by Peter Hauri, on Flickr
Z96A6196bDEFBWKlein by Peter Hauri, on Flickr
ISO 51200 handheld
Z96A5407bWEB by Peter Hauri, on Flickr
ISO 102400 handheld
Z96A3506bTLKLEINBW by Peter Hauri, on Flickr
Nice milkyway-shots. Which lens did you use and which time and aperture?