Hi all, Thinking of getting a 'walk around' lens to avoid taking all of my lenses out with me every time I go somewhere. I have a 60D and it still produces some pretty nice shots, so I think I'm going to stick with it for now (was researching mirrorless but too expensive for me at the moment). Would much rather grab the camera with one lens that's usable most of the time for just general shooting. List of current gear: Canon EF 70-200mm Canon EF-S 10-18mm Canon EF 40mm Canon EF-S 18-55 Canon EF 100mm macro Budget - £500ish So far I've found: - Tamron 18-200 mm DiII VC, though on a crop it's not going to be too wide - Canon EF-S 18-135 mm - Canon EF-S 17-85mm though this has got very mixed reviews I shoot mostly landscape with a fair bit of just general 'out and about' stuff on weekends so anything that's reasonably wide with a fair bit of reach would be ideal. At £500 I know there will be compromises, sharpness is the main thing I'm after though as the rest you can mostly fix in post processing. Thanks Funky EDIT - Happy to sell some of the current lenses to fund a better one if need be.