Cyclist, photog, drummer & sardonic haiku writer
- Dec 17, 2013
Maybe, not sure in his Holland area (just going by the spelling)$2,699+
Not when you add in RRS plates and other gear made specifically for the model you're selling especially if it's not current. Then there's the perception that a Tammy is a match for a Canon lens. That's a whole other thread. Plus, and this is a big one....Buying item A for less than item B is never saving money, it's just spending less. So basing this on something that isn't even on the market yet for how you 'save' is just ridiculous.Tamron 17-28 - $900 vs $2400 (save $1500)
Tamron 28-75 - $900 vs $2400 (save $1500)
A7RIII -$2500 and your still $500 ahead. Like getting a free camera.
Switching is cheaper than most people realize. Especially factoring in the worth of your current lenses.Even if you “lose” money selling gear, if your able to swap out to comparable lenses for no “additional” cost... did you lose anything? That money was spent X number of years ago either way. Only thing you did was gain yourself a new lens warranty you didn’t have on your old gear.