Primes or zooms for a D600?
I plan on switching from a Cannon 40D with a small selection of lenses to a D600 given that the 6D will not allow me to use my current lens set up. i will soon welcome a new addition to the family and want the best set up for both stills and video. From experience I do not get on with mid-range zooms. I get lazy and they do not provide good bokeh , which I need for portraits. The 50 1,8 despite beng a cheap lens did the job as a portrait lens on the 40d cropped sensor. My dilemma like a lot of threads is what lens set up works best. I am contemplating the following set up ...16-35 VR, 50 F1.4, and either the 85 1.8G or the soon to arrive 70-200f4 VR. Do I need the 50mm at all or would a set of f1.8-2.8 primes at the wide end work best? How good will the 70-200 be for portraits? I shoot mostly landscapes. S
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