I am sure this topic has been posted in the past, but I cannot find it. Twinning to my post under "Bodies" category regarding switching to full frame, I also need some input on deciding what lens to get, as my current lenses are crop only.
Used Most: Sigma 17-50 F2.8 OS - Love this lens and use it the most. F2.8 and OS is great but I sometimes feel the reach is not enough (especially trying to get that isolated portrait). I will probably keep this attach to the Rebel as a backup
Somewhat used: Tokina 11-16 F2.8 - Must say, the 24mm end on both these lenses will probably be satisfactory at the wide end. And the F2.8 was rarely used for outside landscapes. Will probably sell.
Primes (at least these will work)
50mm F1.4 - I am looking forward getting more use out of this one on full frame
So I am mainly thinking of trying to replace the Sigma like-for-like.
The 24-70 matches in F stop, but loses the IS and is 10mm shorter in reach (which was already a limitation on the Sigma)
The 24-105 has the IS and additional reach which is appealing but loses 1 stop of light. But it is lighter smaller and would be bundled to my purchase.
So from experience using these lenses, should I be overly concerned about the F4. Will I get decent OoF areas on it especially for potrait isolation?
Indoors I guess I can always go for one of the primes if need be.
Opinions welcome thanks