A "what lens" thread with a twist:
While buying the Canon D5III, I can get any Canon L lens 3000 NOK cheaper (roughly $490 or €400)!
I already have these lenses that I will use with the new camera: 16-35mm f/2.8L (not II), 50mm f/1.4, and 70-200mm f/4L. What Canon L lenses would you suggest? Obviously I have some gaps in the ranges below 70mm, but I'm not too concerned about filling these, and I do like primes. I'm thinking about maybe a macro lens could be fun, too.
I do all sorts of outdoors photography (nature and city, with and without people in it), and usually take all my equipment with me in a semi-big Lowerpro backpack when I'm on a trip. I don't mind big lenses, but as the backpack is getting fuller, compactness certainly is a plus.
There is not really a set budget for this, but I'll have to keep it within reasonable limits, i.e. no 400mm f/2.8L IS USM...
The offer only applies to L lenses, and generally I don't consider the red ring a must-have on my glass. So, I'm mostly looking for lenses where the L version gives a big advantage over non-L counterparts.
Photo gear is generally a bit more expensive in Norway. I did a comparison between the Norwegian store in question and B&H for a randomly chosen L lens: The difference is about 23%. So you may think of the offer as 3715 NOK off ≈ $600 or €500, if my logic holds.