Hopefully this is the right place for this question...
I'm looking at purchasing either the 85mm 1.8, or 200mm 2.8 (Canon) in the next few months. I'm wanting to get more into portraits and people (mainly a landscape shooter currently).
I've read a bunch of reviews on both, and have seen high praise in both cases (great sharpness, bokeh, etc.), but I'm curious as to which would better serve my portrait-shooting purposes, while also allowing some flexibility for landscape. I was wondering if anyone here might be able to provide a direct comparison as to which is sharper, has better DOF, etc... (the 2.8 L is top-of-the-line, I know, but I've heard that the 85 1.8 does a great job standing up to most L lenses). I occasionally shoot wildlife, but am probably going to get away from that as I move more towards urban environmental shots / portrait work, if that is helpful in your assesment.
Currently shooting on a crop-body, but plan to eventually upgrade to full-frame (6D).
Thanks for the feedback.
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