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No lens you'll ever be ale to afford is capable of that. To get a frame-filling shot of a 1 yard scene at a distance of 200 yards, you'd need an angle of view of about 0.3 degrees. To get that angle of view on an APS-C sensor, you'd need a 4000mm lens. That's 5 times longer than the longest lens mass-produced by Canon. There actually is a lens that could ...


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As for which lens to use on which body, I do think you are over-thinking it. Both cameras are full frame cameras, and all your lenses are L series lenses. So, with any matchup, you have L lenses on full-frame bodies. As for which camera/lens combination to use where, I suggest you use the body that performs best in low light for indoor shots. All the lenses ...


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This is entirely too variable to give a meaningful answer to. Higher quality lenses will last longer under the same usage criteria. But an abused high quality lens won't last as long as a well cared for cheap lens. (Although I suppose some might argue that many cheap lenses effectively come broken from the factory.) Additionally, lenses don't just become ...


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There is no approximate durability. It depends on many factors. If durability is important to you, beyond proper care I would recommend a Canon L series lens that is weather sealed and likely is made of longer lasting materials. See this for much more information: What makes a camera 'weather sealed'? Also: What is the difference between Canon ...



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