To LR 5 users, sorry if this was answered before, but is it worth the upgrade from LR4 (besides the better splash screen, mentioned in a prior thread)?
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Well, obviously the 5DIII has better AF than the D800 because the 5DIII sells much better than the D800.
Would you like artificial butter flavoring with that popcorn?
Wait an extra month or a camera that you can own versus perhaps 6 months for an unknown future product. Unless you really want the features you expect on the future 7DM2, I would buy now.
My future wife and I will be taking our honeymoon in Central America (Mexico, Belize, Guatemala). We will be spending most of the time on a tour.
We will have backpacks for our gear, so can't travel too heavy.
Balancing considerations of weight and practicality, what lenses do you think I should take?
I currently have a 5D III which will be coming.
I am also thinking
- 16-35L (yet to be purchased
I have the 24-70L II which I am considering taking in place of the 24-105L. The image quality is just so much better. I don't think that I will miss the long end. As always, IS would be great but I find my photos from the 24-70L to be so much better than those from the 24-105L.
I have a 70-300L but don't think it will be needed. I'm not into birds at all, much more landscape, culture and people.
I also own a 24L, 85 f/1.8 and 135L but don't think that it's worth the weight to take these.
I have a 600D that I will probably take as a backup body in case I get robbed at any point.
I'd take a P&S like a G15 or a 1G X. Having to lockup your gear or take it with you to every place you go on a honeymoon seems to me to be a bad idea.
Enjoy your honeymoon, and take a low end camera so you don't have to worry about theft.