Just a question for the group...
My 35mm took a fall from a height of about 7 feet (it really WAS the cat!) and is dead. To replace it and the lens would cost about $3 - $4K. My primary use is for photos of my kids, grandkids and travel photography (which I do about once every 3 years for a couple of weeks where it's hard to use a tech camera on a tripod - think moving city on water...)
Since I can't afford a Leica, is there any system that will give me sharp images hand held using my P45+? My guess is not because the dead 35mm had image stabilization in the lenses and performed well at high ISO, which kept the images sharp.
Should I try my Alpa with viewfinder and Kapture Group single release cable? Maymia (is it sharp? Easy to focus? Accurate Auto focus? Phase One SLR?).
But I just thought I would check the expertise of this group before going down the road of replacing what I had and getting MF exposures instead.
Thanks in advance for any ideas,