I'm wondering what lenses to take for my Raja Ampat liveaboard. I have a Canon 100mm 2.8L macro, and a Tokina 10-17 w/ 1.4 teleconverter for CFWA. My biggest question, is whether I should add the Canon 60mm macro to my lens collection for this trip?
Some background -- I shoot a Canon 7D in Aquatica housing with dual S&S 110a strobes. Since switching to a DSLR, I've mostly done big animal photography. I've only done one trip where I actually used my 100mm macro (Sipadan & Philippines), and I had results I was happy with. (This trip was four years ago.) I'm thinking of taking a tripod to try and do some macro video, and wondering if the 60mm will be better for this than the 100mm, or whether the working distance of the 100mm will be better for video.