given your uses (portraits, street, weddings), I agree with dickgrafix above. get the 50mm f/1.4, or even look at the 85mm f1/.8. much better suited for low light and people than the 35 f/1.4 or a 24-70 f/2.8.
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Hold your horses folks, while you may be correct at some degree... but a lot of users out there would want take care of their gears for RESALE VALUE sake.WTF is wrong with some people?? are you into photography or cosmetology?WTF is wrong with some people?? are you into photography or cosmetology?
Believe it or not their are people who look at their camera more than through it.
Cameras are becoming status symbols just like phones have become. If 5d's came in gold i'm sure some people would opt for it.
will anybody actually believe that it is a NEW sensor if it does have 18mp? An incremental upgrade isn't an option after 2.5 years. There also has to be some separation between the 650/700 d and the newer lines.
Shoot with left eye . . . literally.
Used to drive my grandfather crazy that I'd pull up a .22 and rock my head across it to aim (right-handed).
Do the same with the camera now that I think about it.
As for 2-eyes vs 1-eye, only shoot with the right one open if I'm trying to track something.