I've been an enthusiastic follower of the site for some time and think you have the most useful reviews of them all.
I have just upgraded my 350D to 40D (magnificent!) and I'm planning to get into macro photography.
The options seem to be the Canon EF 100 and the EF-S 60.
I know that the 60 would require me to be much closer to the subject and all things considered, the 100 feels like a more solid buy, or is it?
One thing I can't be sure is, with a cropped sensor, 100mm will be 160mm and would that be too much
in some cases?
I'm also thinking about portrait applications.
if around 100mm is ideal for macro (and portrait) work, wouldn't the extended-by-sensor length of 60mm into 96 be more adequate?
Then there is the cost and size...
So as you can see I could use a little advice.
Thanks in advance for your interest and for the great site in general.