OK, I may end up selling my EF 70-300 IS lens in a little barter deal. So what to replace it with? I have the following bodies to use it with... 30D, 40D, 60D, 5D, 5D3, 6D. I shoot lots of kids on campouts, swim teams in indoor pools, indoor church stuff, etc.
As indicated in the poll, I already have a 70-200 f/4 IS and a 1.4x TC. I also have access to borrow a 70-200 f/2.8 IS v1 when I need to. I have always liked my EF 70-300 IS and I could even borrow it down the road if I really needed to, it would just be a bit inconvenient due to distance.
So, I'm debating on whether I should jump on this "reason" to upgrade or just let it go and not have a decent
lens longer than 200mm. (I also have Tamron 18-270 VC and 28-300 VC superzooms for less critical walk around use but those are obviously compromise lenses.)
I guess I'm leaning toward the 70-300 L if I get anything mainly because it's a simple direct upgrade, it won't totally break the bank and it's not as big/heavy as the other L choices. Thoughts? Obviously all of these choices have different merits.
Thanks in advance for your time, efforts and opinions. I know everyone is busy so please don't spend more than a few hours or days pondering a perfect solution for me. Thanks! I appreciate it.