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I was very excited to be moving up from a 6D to a 5D Mark III, then, I was very dissapointed to read about all the people who said the D810 outperformed by a lot.
So far, I have not found any article that says the 5D is superior than the Mk III.
I'm very confused. A lot of online review call the Mk. III outdated.
I want to replace the lenses with a Sigma Art 50mm for Nikon, a Tokina 16-28mm for Nikon, the Sigma 105 mm macro, and the Nikon 85mm. What do you think?
What do I think? You could replace the Canon kit you listed with the Nikon kit you listed and not see an appreciable difference in the quality of your images.
I get the feeling you are unhappy with the quality of your images. Please share with us if it is an operational problem (missed focus, etc.) or technical (soft focus, etc.).
It sounds like you don't have enough experience with photography in general and equipment in particular to properly filter what you read online. The 5D III is not the latest generation, but it was an extremely capable camera (and a big improvement over the 5D II) when it was introduced. They have even been used to create footage for major motion pictures (Mad Max) and national television commercials (BMW).
You didn't answer my question about backup equipment. You need at least one backup body. When I shot weddings in the film days, I had at least four medium format bodies at every wedding. I have had cameras fail in the middle of a wedding. I just grabbed a backup camera and kept on shooting.
You seem to have a problem that you're trying to solve, but I'm not convinced you are after the right solution. Please tell us what you are unhappy with.
How long have you been involved in photography? How long have you been seeking customers? How many weddings have you photographed for paying customers?