I like to do a lot of creative work with my f/1.2 lens, as well as work in low light with my f/2.8 zooms. I also do events.
I have two Canon 6D cameras. Right now, one has the stock screen installed - while I recently installed the EG-S in the other. I installed the EG-S because I felt the viewfinder was not giving accurate depth of field with f/1.2 as it was difficult to manually nail focus (or confirm the AF hit).
All of my lenses are f/1.2-f/2.8 in speed, but I feel the f/2.8 lenses are quite a bit darker (somewhat expected) with this new screen. Not dark to the level of not being to compose, but might make it tricky in a dim event where I am using flash.
BUT, the f/1.2 lens seems way easier to confirm auto focus and also manual focus with the EG-S.
My question is, does anyone else here have two 5D/6D cameras with a different focus screen installed in each? They seem to each have benefits.
So, I was thinking it made sense to have one 6D with the EG-S (for 1.2-2.0 lenses), and the other with the stock screen (for low light f/2.8 zooms). Anyone else setup like this?