03-15-2014 03:02 PM
The answer is, it depends. Considering that this is your first post and you have not added any additional detail about usage, I would recommend that you don't overspend.
03-15-2014 03:07 PM
thanks, i had been using a canon 550d, but i really wanted to get something really that i would stick to. mostly for weddings and studio shots. i have been reading about both products, still i am undecided
03-15-2014 03:14 PM
The additional detail helps a great deal. How much do you have invested in the APS-C format 550D? If you go the 5D Mark II route you'll have to replace any EF-S lenes to get a full frame image. But you know this already because you're a wedding and studio photographer.
03-15-2014 03:26 PM
5D3 for that kind of work. 7D is more for sports & wildlife shooters.
03-15-2014 05:11 PM - edited 03-15-2014 05:15 PM
6D would be a good choice for weddings and studio shooting, too.
It has a simpler AF system, more what you are accustomed to with your current camera.
5DIII is the "ideal", especially with a much more advanced and sophisticated AF system that's certainly nice, but a bit of overkill for wedding and studio photography.
If you would like to keep $1000-1500 in your pocket or have it to put toward a lens upgrade, then you might want to look at the 6D. If you want the best and money is no object, 5DIII.
03-16-2014 12:05 PM
"If you want the best and money is no object, 5DIII."
I second this. It says it all. This camera can take you as far as you want to go.