« on: September 11, 2012, 09:51:37 AM »
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Personally I would go for the 24-70 on the 5d mkii and the 70-200 on the 60d.. You will probably find that during a wedding your not going to have the luxury of changing lens all the time.. If you wanted to do a few specialist shots then a fisheye at the reception goes well and possibly a 50mm for rings and other item shots.. Other than that 24-70 and 70-200 is pretty much all you will need to get some great shots..
Ok, this is Canon rumors but you should take a serious look at the Sigma 120-300 /2.8 OS.
With this I end my test, because I have a lot work to do and want to earn some money.
I hope you all enjoy my test and it helps you to make your decision.
I'd recommend buying a 10-22 for now, and once you get a FF, get a FF lens.
Besides, by the time you go FF, Canon may have a new wide lens that you will want for your FF body.
Sensors and bodies will come and go, but great glass could last you a career.
Thanks for the information. I will keep my eyes on it. The good thing is Tamron provide 6 years warranty for repair and adjustment.