Since I've gone down that slippery slope of M goodness, I'm looking to build what I'll call an intermediate kit. Meaning, not best of the best, but something that I can work with.
Needless to say, I actually really like my CV 40 1.4. I've gotten good results thus far, and I'm happy. Sometimes the bokeh is a bit nightmarish, other times, very pleasing. As long as you know what you're getting into , you're all good.
I put together a little chart (math geek) that showed me that at when I'm looking at a horizontal FOV of 4 ft, 10ft and 20ft the differences between the 21, 24, 25 and 28 focal lengths. Rationale is 4' would be a portrait, 10ft a candid room scene, 20' a generic street scene. We are talking 6" to two steps back difference from the 21-28. While my heart lusts after a 24 lux, well, I love my wife and like being married and have no desire to
I'm leaning towards the ZM 21. I LOVE that lens on my Nikon, but don't use it anymore for work. Am I insane to see if anyone wants to trade my ZF for someone's ZM? Also, do I need an external viewfinder with the 21?
I figure a 21/40/75 would serve me pretty well until I... well... upgrade
How insane am I?