Currently I am shooting with the 18-135 mm STM and the 24 mm STM as well..
As per your earlier suggestion I looked at the 55-250 STM lens..and frankly I liked it so much that I was about to get the lens for myself but thought that may be I would wait a few days before that..
Now that I think of it, there is a particular lens that caught my attention..and that is the 70-300mm L lens from Canon..
There are not a lot of reviews for this lens out there but those that I saw gave a kind of mixed feeling about it..
So I would like to ask your opinion on making a decision.
The 70-300 L lens is certainly not cheap and neither it has an impressive zoom range as the sigma 150-600 C lens or this tamron that you reviewed..but what is has is excellent build and image quality..or so I think..
That zoom range is impressive for portraits and landscapes as well as a bit of telephoto..and that too particularly on my camera..that is a well rounded walk around lens I suppose..
I would really like to get a L lens in my collection but also I won't mind being able to take a few closeups of birds..
So I would like to ask you for a review of the Canon 70-300 mm f/4-5.6 IS L lens if possible and also your opinion in making up my mind in buying a decent glass for my camera..
Thanks in advance for your help..