Same scene and different lens. What are the results?

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Same scene and different lens. What are the results?

Ok this is a imaginary question so you have to push your brains a bit.

So imagine 2 cameras. At same place. Let's make their settings the same. To make their exposure meters locked at 0. But their only difference is lenses. One of them has 35mm 1.4, other one has 56mm 1.4.

So we set them to f1.4, 1/125 and iso 100. My question starts here.

Will 35mm using camera get more light?

I mean, with this settings, if 56mm gets 0 at exposure meter, will 35 get (for example) +1 or +2 exposure or will they stay same because their settings are same?

Reason I think about this is because 35 is wider, so it can see a bigger angle. So I think logically bigger angle means more light (maybe?)

Even my photography teacher can't answer that question (or I confused him) but I really want to know.

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