Hi. Well it's official - I'm driving myself BONKERS with this (as of late) eternal debate...
I upgraded a year ago from my canon t1i to the 5dM2 (with a 50mm prime & the 24-105 kit l lens). It's fantastic... BUT I'm just thinking it's a lot of camera I don't need. My primary "job" is not photography but I'm working on building a "name" locally for my work. I don't shoot weddings, babies, etc. Although I would be happy to do the latter type of portraiture. Mostly I shoot local landscape, travel, "street" (if that exists in a rural community), and local architecture.
The truth is - I can't afford the canon lenses I really want/need to get the most out of this 5d. I could sell it for more than I bought if for honestly (thanks to my education discount) and turn around and purchase a system better suited for my needs and be able to purchase several good lenses.
I have been mulling over the m4/3 - specifically the Oly Om-D, Fuji XPro1, or the Sony NEX 7. Honestly - can I get what I need from these (for my style). And if so - thoughts on which and lens recos would be SUPER helpful.
You're welcome to look at my burgeoning portfolio at www.cmthirteen.com
and provide CONSTRUCTIVE feedback as well. I always appreciate the direction and suggestions from those with more time behind the camera than I.