It looks like I can get up to $300 off on ebay right now so screw it, I'm buying a lens today. Help me choose!
- Canon 24-105 f/4L IS
- Canon 24-70 f/2.8L
- Tamron 70-200 f/2.8
- Canon 70-200 f/2.8L (non IS)
I'm keeping my Tamron and 55-250 but my wife likes to use the 55-250 so I need more reach than 50mm. I can still use the 55-250 whenever I want but wouldn't mind passing it off to her. I shoot family, outdoor sports, landscapes, and wildlife/zoos. I really would like something that stays on my camera 75% of the time. I do love narrow DOF so I'm hesitant on an f/4 lens but IS and the focal range of the 24-105 is great for me. The Tamron sounds excellent except for AF, and I don't know if I'll regret no IS on a 200mm lens. I don't have nearly enough to go for the Canon 7-2 2.8 IS.
I think I'm tied between the 24-105 and Tamron 70-200 right now. I know these are pretty different lenses but let's hear some opinions. Thanks!
Oh yeah and I have used the 24-105 and Canon 70-200 firsthand.