Currently, I am using a Lumix DMC, 4 years old, and Canon Powershot SX 50 HS, 1 year old. I am planning to buy a new camera with interchangeable lenses. My major concern is that I want to buy one with lenses which I can use later when I buy a professional camera.
I would like to have a camera, which allows me the addition of a macro lens, a professional zoom telephoto lens and maybe a wide angle lens. What I want to do is primarily taking outdoor photography of animals (insects, birds, larger mammals), plants (mainly flowers) and landscapes.
So I came up with the plan to buy a Canon Rebel S1 or Rebel T5i. Lenses in this order:
- Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
- Canon EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM
- Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM
In a couple of years from now, I will buy a full frame camera, Canon 6D, or what ever its successor will be. Now, my plan makes sense at all? very important, the lenses above, can they be used on Canon 6D? and makes it sense to use the lenses later with the 6D?
I though to post it out here to see if I get some feedback and guidance. I have still some time, the purchase is planned to take place overtime piece by piece. It looks like a considerable investment :)