Definitely agree with this too. I took advantage of the rebates going on right now and picked up a 400mm 5.6L at Christmas time. I use it mainly for wildlife, but it can be a fun train lens if I'm in the right spot!I agree with buying good glass. I have everything from 16-200 covered with different "L Glass" lenses. I do want a 300 or 400, but those are pricy!
I feel the same way. Even though the new cameras (especially 1 Series) are very cool, my two trusty 50Ds are still doing everything I typically need.My 20D served me very well for five years and is now serving backup duty behind my 7D. The 7D is everything I'll need for a very long while...I don't see myself ever needing something like the 1Dx. I would much rather put the equivalent amount of money into glass...an investment that holds its value unlike a digital body which is worth pennies in five years.
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