Hi, after reading this thread up and down, forward and backwards - also reading others here, I decided to join. It seemed like a lot of objective and knowledgeable people here, so I'll just jump to the question
I'm having a luxury problem - I got the Pentax 645D but stroke of faith with the 120 F4 macro and 55mm kit lense, for 4500 USD dollars almost unused - 2000 auctions. I already have the H4D-31 with 35-90 and D800 with 14-24 and up to 70-200. So I'm thinking that I need some lenses for the Pentax, but I won't buy lenses for it which are useless or allready covered buy what I have. By that I mean that unless the pose as a good lense for the Pentax I can save my money from buying it.
I have already gotten the 200 mm F4 and 80-160, I got both for 500 usd inc shipping and tax to Norway at very good condition. I'm thinking that since I have a very wide lense for Nikon, and when testing on the road today - I thought that 35 mm on Hassy worked fine, 14-24 on 35mm became to wide and hard to work with, and with 40 MP I have some place to cut.
I'm thinking of buying:
35 mm FA
45 mm FA
I think that those two, or at least the 35 mm would cover my need for landscape, as I have the macro for food and plantlife, and the 80-160/200 for portraits.
Also - after testing today, I do think that hasselblad is about to be sold later this year...it's not a big loss for me, but using it on the road to Bergen in Norway and rain came down...I was less concerned with the Pentax than Hassy
I hope that someone has time to look at this - non of my friends are used to MF, so I had to find other places to ask questions like this. I'll upload some pictures later
Thanks in advance, and also - apologies if my english isn't all that good..I'm Norwegian