To Wide Zoom, or not to Wide Zoom?

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thiefofpresence
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Re: Good qustion. My strategy (so far).
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Mike Fewster wrote:

My core lens is the 24 -105. It lives on my camera and meets 75% of my needs. I shoot landscape and street mainly. street when I travel overseas. Landscape travelling mainly 4wd in central Oz but with some hiking.

So did I, but I think with Tamron 28-200 in my kit, I might be trading in the 24-105 because of the overlap and the compromise which I personally find favorable having 200 at a twist of the wrist. (And not a soft long end as in the FE 24-240)

I think the Voigtlander 15mm will be the answer for interiors and some drama.

This is a prime I have considered to replace the 16-35 options, but manual focus and no multi-case versatility.

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