Canon user (put down the pitchforks 😉) thinking aloud, because choice is good...
Given that Pentax discontinued whole swaths of its lens catalog in 2004 - how much more optimistic would you Pentaxians feel about the platform if some of those lenses were revived? Say, primes at 24/2, 35/2, 50/1.4, 85/1.4 and 300 2.8? (Seems that Pentax now has the three 2.8 zooms covered already, thanks to Tamron.)
With those five pre-2004 primes, the existing Limited primes, and three zooms, does that cover most of what you'd want to shoot? Curious to know your thoughts. 😊
Old Cameras: Well it's someone's commentary on the modern world. I just want the inventors to have to get real jobs and do something productive, right after they're water boarded. Just a little.
Why only just a little?
iShootWideOpen: Buy now and we'll throw in a free Otus 55mm.
Now *that's* a promotion I can get behind. :-)
Dear Hasselblad marketing department:
Meth is bad. Just stop it already.
My checkbook would have been a lot safer if this had come in for the four-figure price I expected.
Now? Well ... I'll have to avoid creating 800 imaginary dollars (read: more credit card debt) that I'll talk myself into having. ;-)