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I recently got into photography.

I liked it so much that I decided to spend a good portion of my holiday bonus on it.

I'm happy so far with my lenses, but I'd like to buy one more "super high end" one for now, because I know I won't be able to afford another one for a while.

Please help me decide!

Here's what I've got so far, followed by a list of lenses I'm considering.

Sony Alpha A7 III
>kit lens (24-55mm or whatever)
>Sony 90mm Macro lens
>Sony Zeiss 25mm
>adapter to use any canon lens

Canon 7D (mk 1)
>25mm EF-S
>50mm EF
>50-300mm EF (or whatever that cheap $100 telephoto is)
>10-22mm EF-S


>Canon 90mm TS-E
>Canon wide angle TS-E
reasoning: tilt shift. would also work with both my cameras, but obviously both setups would be compromising the lens' potential.

>Sony 135mm GM
reasoning: it's apparently sharper than the 90mm and i don't have a 135mm

>Sony Zeiss 55mm f1.8
reasoning: very highly rated

>Sony 24-70mm f2.8 GM
>Sony 24-105mm f4 GM
reasoning: the kit lens is kinda shit tbqh and i'd like something i can casually take photos with without having to switch lenses constantly. if this really kills the image quality then i don't want it, but these have good reviews

>Voigtlander 10mm f5.6
reasoning: hyper wide angle!!


If anyone has any other suggestions I'm open to them as well, but I can't decide between them. I'm heavily leaning towards the Sony 135mm, but it's very expensive and heavy...
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