I never had problems...
gianniviola: We need an equivalent (in 35 mm) of 28mm, 35mm, 50mm at a good price and possible stabilized. We need for real photography on the street!!!! We don't need stupid zooms for dummies
SammyToronto: This lens roadmap validates my decision of going with the m4/3 system over the NEX system when I was looking to buy a mirrorless camera last year. I had to choose between the NEX's superior sensors and m4/3 superior lens quality/collection and I decided the latter was more important (the m4/3 12/16mp sensors are plenty good enough for me, especially with the fast, quality reasonably-priced glass available). I returned the nex-5n and bought an e-pm1 + a panny 20mm lens and couldn't be happier.
I was planning to revisit the NEX system again when Sony release fast, quality, pancake primes, but that will apparently have to wait for some time yet.
Also I am considering switching to m4 / 3
Olympus Pen has a range of lens really useful, not Sony.We will shoot the photos with the NEX in 2015 and now with the Olympus?
itev: We are always waiting for lenses ... it's not very serious M Sony
Deeso: The NEX system will be really interesting... by 2015. I hope sigma, tamrom and others help some. It's really a shame because the latests NEX's are really great bodies.
I agree! We need lens useful for street photography, not extreme zoom
I note that Sony does not provide the caps of the lens when you buy the kit lens + body. I have two bodies and I have to change from one body to another lens. From here you can see that Sony has no real culture of photography ...
We need an equivalent (in 35 mm) of 28mm, 35mm, 50mm at a good price and possible stabilized. We need for real photography on the street!!!! We don't need stupid zooms for dummies