Well, since yes, things have changed for me and it looks like it'll be a full sports contract for a university this whole school year. I have ONE wedding on November 3, which by this time I'll have to cut all weddings out. My question is whether I will need the 5D3 at all. Or should I keep the 1D4 and pickup another 1DX. I refuse to use the 1D4 for indoor sports if the 1DX is in my kit, I mean why not? I don't need the reach but I do need the high ISO capabilities. Outdoors, at low ISO though, I can use the reach. I always carry two bodies, so my decision will be two 1DX's with either 1. 5D3, or 2. 1D4. It is certain the one of my 5D3's and the 1Ds3 has to go. Maybe the 1DX is so good I only need the 1DX and 1D4, two bodies. Of course then I would only bring one body to volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and indoor track. I'm thinking the 1DX is an okay replacement for the 5D3 even in resolution. That's what I'm trying to determine. It appears as though, when you take shots of say a wheat field, the detail is greater from the 1DX whereas the 5D3 seems to sort of blend the grass blades together. This is irrelevent in sports though.
I'll probably at first keep a 1DX, a 1D4, and a 5D3 and if I need to do anything else later I will. I will not be shooting tennis with a 1DX, way too loud.