Just 2. See my sig. I bought the 70-200 first so that all other gear and glass would seem cheap by comparison!
Joined Feb 2008
24L, 35L, 50L, 85L
Canon 5D Mark III - 35L - 50L - 85L II
24-105L, f:2.8 100L macro
Gallery: 20 photos
Joined Jan 2012
Bonbridge wrote in post #15989426
I have 4 L lenses now. To much...
I would like to add the Sigma 35. But maybe the 24-70L has to go then.
Why would anyone need 11 L lenses?
I definitely don't need them, but they are nice to have. I do a number of different types of photography (birds, insects, portraits, etc) so most get used regularly. The only one that doesn't see regular use is my 17-40 as wide angle isn't my thing, but there occasional jobs where I need it so it is worth keeping. I have been fortunate to make some money selling off a chuck of my record collection which has paid for some of them other than that I have just wait to find lenses that I want at a good price (I have scored a coupled of good bargains). I made a deal with my wife that I can buy gear if we can afford it (I haven't bought any of them on credit) and that if we need money I will sell some of them.
Joined May 2013
Location: Skane, Sweden
Gallery: 68 photos
Best ofs: 1
Joined Mar 2005
Location: Midwest, USA
Joined Jul 2003
Location: South East UK
Jun 01, 2013 17:19 as a reply to @ JBillings's post |
Moderation is for people that can't handle excess.
Joined May 2012
two... and its enough to break my bank.
Cameras: Canon EOS M, FujiFilm X-T1| Lenses: FD 50mm 1.4, Fujinon 23mm 1.4, Fujinon 56 1.2, Zeiss 32mm 1.8
Joined Jun 2006
Rule books are paper they will not cushion a sudden meeting of stone and metal -ekg-
Joined Apr 2013
Only 1, the 100-400L. I sold the 135L and 200 2.8L for a Sigma 70-200 OS. Although I would love a 500 4L.
Joined Feb 2012
Location: San Diego, CA
Finally at 3 L's with my ideal set up! I really can't justify purchasing another prime lens lol.
6D | 40mm | 24-105 L