So it's come time for me to start saving up for a new lens. I've narrowed it down to 4 competitors
1) 24-105mm f/4 IS or 24-70 f/2.8
2) 135mm f/2
3) 70-200mm f/4 IS
I'm seriously stuck. I shoot mostly portraits/glamour/fashion etc. And up until now the 50mm and 85mm have done a pretty solid job of covering my needs. However, I just want more room (focal lengths) to play with. Between the 24-105 and 24-70 it's more of a I'm not sure which one has better IQ. The aperature speed isn't that big of a deal since I have my 2 other primes for low light conditions. This new lens purchase will most likely be used either outdoors during the day or in a studio controlled lighting environment.
I've seen some AMAZING images from the 135mm. My big reservation with that lens though is that i seems like a rather odd and fixed long focal length. I'm not sure how much I would actually use it, especially considering my "studio" is only about 20x12 feet. And then with the 70-200 I feel like I would already have this covered by the 85mm and 135mm (if I got it instead)
So while I'm complaining about fixed and odd focal lengths I do like the appeal of a zoom over a prime. Especially since my trip to Vegas when I had to keep switching out between the 50mm and 85mm..
Anyways.... I'm just a mess. I dont think I really know what I want, I just know I want one of those 4 hahaha.... So yah. I could definitely use some help =)