Wow i just love the overall lighting in your picture!
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Being a shutter-count paranoid that I am, I would have difficulty putting that much mileage on the body for 1 project. Nonetheless, truly nice work!
I don't really want to go APS-C and then change again.....
All I'd like is for Canon to release a fast prime lens in the 28-35mm range for us APS-C users. I know I'm not alone as this is something that has been wished by many a forum users for years. JUST DO IT ALREADY, Canon!
I'd also suggest that you can answer this question yourself - I presume your kit lens is the 18-55mm (or some other 18- zoom), and you've shot for three years. Look back at the EXIF for your images and see how many were shot wider than 24mm; if it's a lot, get the 15-85mm, and if it's few, get the 24-105mm and keep your current kit lens for times you need wider than 24mm.
That would be right. One thing I've wondered though is do Canon (at a cost) do repairs on foreign cameras, I saw something that seemed to make me think they wouldn't but it didn't seem to make sense they wouldn't do paid repairs to cameras from another country.if this would be covered under the normal warranty because I dropped.
No, it won't be covered. Warranties are only for flaws in manufacturing, it's not insurance against accidents.