I'm trying to build the "ultimate" 4-5 lens lineup. I like my current lenses, but I think changing things up would serve me better in the long run. About 50% of what I shoot is indoors under poor lighting conditions. I rarely use my 70-200 indoors (see my lens lineup in my signature), although I'm not really sure why. I shoot mainly events, portraits and some travel, so I really need to have a bit of versatility in my lineup. I want to be able to manage this without going broke Below is what I'm thinking, as I try to stay as close to zero cash outflow as possible. I haven't figured it out yet so any input would be greatly appreciated.
Selling/sold 5d ii for $1200 - Bought 6d for 1890 = -690
I like the 6ds IQ and amazing low-light ability
Selling my 100mm for $800 (estimate) - bought 135 for $810 = -10 (-700)
Gives me more reach and low light capability
Poss. sell 70-200 2.8 for $1800 (est.) - buy 70-200 f4 for $1100 = +700 (0)
This one is killing me. I've used the f4 before and love its size & weight
Poss. sell 35 1.4 for $1200 (est.) - buy 24 1.4 for $1500 = -300 (-300)
Sometimes find the 35 isn't wide enough although I love this lens
Poss. sell 24-105 for $750 (est.) - buy
Do I want ultra-wide or a good walkaround lens?
Thanks again for any and all feedback!