I sold the 200mm f/2L IS, but had to buy it again. Love the lens.
The lenses I got 50mm 1.8 70-300 IS 28-135 mm al ef .... I usualy don't shoot auto ..I shoot mostly landscapes and street photography
nice photos, from what i see you shoot i would say the 5dii is the way to go. the 6d would be even better if you can get it.
If your goal is to get more money for a prime, I'd say go with a 6D instead as another poster previously stated. That's actually exactly what I did and do not regret it at all.
For the type of shooting you said you do, there really is no "need" for the 5D3. From an IQ standpoint, I also prefer the files out of the 6D for whatever reason. Ever so slightly, but I do.
Also, depending on the deal you get, I'm certain you could probably pocket around 800-1000. I sold my gripped 5D3 earlier in the year for 2600 and bought a 6D for 1400. No brainer for my situation.
The other issue I see with you swapping out for a 7D2 is that it completely changes your lens collection. If one of the main things you do is landscape, you will surely miss the full frame sensor and not having to deal with the 1.6x crop. Even putting landscape aside, it will change the way you use your lenses for everything.
Is there a specific feature of the 7D2 that you feel is necessary for what you do?
Just bought the 6D with EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM ..... also 270ex ii and RC-6
is this flash good ? or shall i replace it with 320ex
the seller give good deal for these flashes ......
now i think i need good tripod and EF 135mm f/2L USM
To save you time and money in the long run, I would skip the baby stuff and go straight to big gun 600EX-RT. It's a powerful flash, you can always reduce the power level if need to.
You can add more more speedlite later, plus the 600ex transmitter can trigger 600ex-rt speedlites from 200ft distance. YUP....200 feet
Bringing back my question, I still debate upgrading my 50mm f.14, but now there is a Sigma 1.4 that may surprise...