All of those cameras are north of your budget, and you would not be able to buy anything but the kit lens without putting an even bigger dent in the wallet. Not that the kit lenses are bad, they are fine. For professional use, the 50D offers a magnesium body, a brighter pentaprism viewfinder, two control wheels, and more external buttons for faster manipulation of commonly used settings.
I've been doing photography for about 7 years and am FINALLY ready to purchase a DSLR. I do lots of landscape/art photography, but have also been doing engagement/maternity sessions and am hoping to start doing senior portraits.
Because I have a wide range of styles, I need help deciding which camera makes the most sense. Canon is what I was raised on and would like to stick with it.
I was hoping to keep it under $800 and my options are the T3i, 50D, or 60D.
I also need help deciding which lens would be my best investment to suit my needs.
I'm not very concerned with the video/audio or anything, because I really don't use the video option.