Hey guys I am looking to buy a camera to photograph sports (mainly AFL). I am pretty new to buying cameras ect but not new at all in functionality ect as I have done a course. I am just torn however on what would be my best purchase or road to take for under $2000 if possible, or even under $1000. here are my suggestions and feel free to call me an idiot and tell me something different. I was thinking I could grab a Canon EOS 750D with a CANON EF-S 55-250MM F/4-5.6 IS STM LENS just to be basic. I am looking obviously for great zoom ect with great picture quality. I am not looking to make videos at all, it will just mostly be still action shots of footy. I am torn to get that 750D and just get a really expensive lens (Not sure what one yet) or just upgrade straight to the CANON EOS 7D MARK II, with maybe that same CANON EF-S 55-250MM F/4-5.6 IS STM LENS (hopefully compatible). Would it be worth getting the cheaper 750D which I can snag for $550 and get an expensive lens, or go the 7D which I can snag for $1500, and get that alright lens. Or I could go a total different way if you guys recommend something. I would love some help here. Thank you so much.