So, with apologies for starting yet another "which lens should I buy; which should I sell" thread, the title pretty much tells my story. If I were to purchase the 70-200mm f/4 IS, would there be any reason to keep the 200mm f/2.8L? (I do love the 135mm f/2.0 and think I'll keep it, for its wonderfully thin DOF, even though it is smack in the middle of the zoom's range.) I am not interested in the size, weight or price of the 70-200mm f2.8 IS.
So, I guess I have three choices:
1. Be happy with what I have and let the urge to buy a new toy pass.
2. Get the 70-200 and sell the 200.
3. Get the 70-200 and keep the 200.
I tend to shoot city street shots (especially at night) and enjoy spending time in churches. I am also moving in the near future to Rome for a three years, so I will probably be spending more time indoors in dim light. I would like to believe the IS of the 70-200mm outweighs the extra stop on the 200mm.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts....