I'm having an annoying personal debate going on.
in the last year or so, I've been shooting property photography off/on for landlords, homeowners, and realtors. I've been using a 20-35mm lens for most of these, and it's done pretty damn well, but so many times I end up in a situation where all I want is a hyper wide angle Tilt Shift lens to correct all the edges - especially when shooting tighter areas...
The thing is, Nikon's widest is a 24mm PC lens (canon and rokinon also have 24mm TSE lenses). Plenty wide for sure, but thats the thing - Canon and only Canon has a 17mm
Part of me is debating selling off my Nikon stuff (which I REALLY don't want to do from a personal photography standpoint) and going back to Canon gear, and the other part of me is considering picking up just an older 5D or maybe a 1DS mk2, and the 17mm TSE and using that gear for work only.
the other alternative is to just use a 24mm tilt shift because it's probably good enough, but still... that 17mm is constantly screaming in my ear "BUY ME"
1. Sell Nikon. Go Canon. Get 17mm and a few other lenses.
2. Stay with Nikon, 24mm is wide enough and I'm being ridiculous.
3. Use both systems at the same time because why not? Be a balla! Also be poor for 2 months! $$