In a month I will be going to Yellowstone, Grand Teaton, and Glacier, with the S2. I currently have the 35, 70, 120, and 180.
1) Is the 35 (28 @ 35mm equivalent) wide enough?
2) If not, can one get around by stitching?
3) If not, what is the best option:
a) Getting the 30 for the S2 (24 @ 35 mm equivalent? Upside: Great lens (if you can find it). Downside: close to the 35, expensive, the S2 24 (if it ever sees the light of the day) would be a preferred choice (and there also might be the 30-90 zoom, again if it ever sees the light of day);
b) Use the M9 and the 24mm (which I have) for these shots. Upside: No costs and will take it anyway. Downside: its not the S2.
c) Get the S2 to H adapter and a H lens (which?). Upside: Can use wide angle on S2 and don't have to wait for Leica to get the lenses out (and then finding them). Downside: Adapter expensive if you don't have H lenses. I have no experience with H lenses and won't be able to test before trip.
d) Sell the S2 and get the D800. Just kidding
Any thoughts appreciated.
My other problem is why the do the Italians always beat the Germans Anyway, 2104 is the next occasion and by then Leica may have even announced the 24 for the S2