I'm looking to move into FF from crop. I think I've narrowed it down to the 5D III or IV (maybe the 6D II if someone can make a case for it) and I was looking for a bit of advice on whether the III is still "relevant" in 2020. I've watched a lot of videos about the two cameras, but given the age of the camera's many of them are a good 3+ years old now which means they may not be as relevant today as they were then. I'm not looking to purchase for another few months, but it's good to get an idea now. Part of me is also waiting in hope that a mk V will be released to lower the price of the used market or that the R5 will do similar once it starts to sell. If the R5 is indeed the new mk V. Current equipment: 760D and 60D (Selling 60D) Canon 18-55 "kit lens" Canon 15-85 Tamron 70-300 Sigma 150-600 "C" Aware that the canon lenses can't be used on FF. Whilst I can afford the IV there is a £1300/$1600 difference between the two, which then doesn't leave much room for other purchases. That's the price of another safari trip for example which is the whole point of buying the camera. I suppose my question is, is the V £1300/$1600 better than the III? Is the III still a good camera or is it really that obsolete in 2020? There are still people using them and getting great pics from them. Not easy questions, but just looking for opinions. My main concern is that I'd buy the mk III and then quickly want to move up to the mk IV. That and finding a mk III in good enough condition with low enough shutter count. They both seem like pretty good cameras even now, after 8 and 4 years. I suppose it probably comes down to if there are any major red flags for the mk III that warrant not buying it. A few points to note for me: I only shoot stills and not video - 4K or not isn't an issue for me. I shoot mostly wildlife and some landscapes, but never fire off 200 shots in a row so don't think I'd need the extra speed and buffer. I do often use touch screen and the wifi on my 760D and do miss it on the 60D. I know that you can buy a card to enable wifi for the mk III though. Thoughts greatly appreciated.