Good [whatever time of day it is for you];
I have been a professional real estate photographer for the past four years and I have evolved from the Canon T3 through the T3i through to the 80D and from the kit 18-55mm to 10-18mm STM to 10-22mm USM! I really like the results I get with my 80D and the 10-22mm, I have been limited to 1.6x crop sensors due to financial reasons, plus, I really like the pop-out screen on the T3i and 80D for when I am crammed into the corner of the room.
I have recently come into a decent sum of money and *maybe* looking to upgrade to a full frame camera. I like the look of the new 6D MkII (as it features the pop-out screen), however, I have been told by employees in camera stores that it's not that great, even compared to my existing 80D.
So, my question is; is it worth the upgrade? I was thinking of pairing it with the Canon 14mm L lens to get a little wider angle that I get with my 10-22mm for those super small rooms. I was also considering the 5D MkIV with the same lens, would the extra $1200 spend over the 6D MkII be worth it?
I will be using this camera for general photography as well, landscapes, wildlife and family photography, with the 24-105mm L. I'm not one to spend money just to have the bragging rights, the upgrade has to make a tangible difference to my photography, I'm no kit snob.
Thank you in advance for your opinions/views.