So a few months back, after going out to take a few pics, me and my baby boy were ready to go home. With hands full with camera and car seat, I put the camera on top of car (above door, where son goes in) then secured my baby boy and drove off. Got home and realized OMG I left my camera on the car. Went back to location. Gone! Canon 7D w/ 24-105L. After a few weeks of not shooting and really really upset, I sold my 70-200 and 50 1.4. And just recently regretted it, I went cheap and got the a 40D with 28-135. After going from a 7D with Ls to this It kinda hurts. AF, ease of use. Quality!!!
With that said, the 40D isn't going to cut it for the next 5-7 years. With the new 6D out for a while now with solid reviews, Im faced with going with another 7D, the 6D, or just breaking down and getting a mark III. Whats your take on longevity of the current DSLRs?
As far as what I like to shoot. My favorite is nightscapes. But will shoot anything.