yes, sigma 150-600 is often on sale
potentially ... but only if it's unrealistic to lug around the equipment .. film, DSLR etc
probably not, the 70-200 2.8 is good for many things, including portraits and action
I'd first look at lens reviews on sites like Welcome to OpticalLimits!
a proper comparison would be shooting the same subject at the same time with similar settings - i.e. a stationary object
sold it all, moving on up
good deal ... 16-35 is better for landscapes but may not be in your budget
OK. mirrorless is good for lightweight travel ... and birds
"traditional portraits" --- longer is better for people
like this portrait photographer
I agree with some of the other posters, Canon may have a better selection of lens for wildlife but Tamron and Sigma
correct, Canon may be...
yes, don't get in a financial bind with camera gear, Canon DSLR's cameras and lens are reasonable ... as well as mirrorless cameras
yes, there are lot's of products in the market .... find one that fits your needs
(and can easily and cheaply use DSLR lens)...
for travel cameras go for the "pocket size" deal
and 'pancake' style lens
if weight is important and you hike the AT and PC trails then you will definitely want a mirrorless camera and 'pancake' style lens...
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