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Help... 6D or 5DIII or 7DII

 
John ­ from ­ PA
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Sep 04, 2017 08:23 |  #16

gossamer88 wrote in post #18443366 (external link)
Canon Refurb store (external link) has their labor Day sale currently running.

Refurbished EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera
$1999.20
Refurbished
20+ In Stock

EOS 6D Digital SLR Camera
Refurbished EOS 6D Digital SLR Camera
$1099.00
20+ In Stock

The 7DII body is also available refurb for $1200.




  
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Sep 04, 2017 09:33 as a reply to  @ John from PA's post |  #17

Stop thinking you need full frame. The 80D with the 10 to 18mm EF-S for landscapes or interiors is wonderful. And with the 17 to 55 2.8 EF-S is great for pictures of kids and dogs and family. The 80D has an excellent sensor and great autofocus for sports or nature. It does not have a large buffer so don't expect long bursts. If you stay ASP-C with your thinking and lenses, then when the 7D Mark III comes out you will be good to go.




  
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Sep 04, 2017 09:52 |  #18

Mtk wrote in post #18438479 (external link)
I have 23 month old twins and hard to justify the cost when I have a ton of learning to still do. At the end of the day I think I will be going the route of the 6D for a few reason's. IQ seems to be very good. Down the road if I do go the route of the 5DIV I can always mod the 6d for astro. For the time being I will keep the 7D as my second body for fast moving wild life and bird photography.

I think that strategy of 'buy the 6D now and lay in wait until there is a 5Div you can ambush at a price you are comfortable with' is not a bad one at all. You will have covered all your bases and have a good upgrade plan that you can take slow or fast depending on how life turns out.

But 2-year olds ... fast lenses ... you are going to have to think about those as well (whatever the body).


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