I'm loving shooting with my 14-140. I come from the fixed lens world so interchangeable is new to me. My company does mostly corporate and commercial work. What other lenses would you suggest to add to my arsenal? I know there are so many options. I'm just looking to get a feel of what others are doing.
Looks like the 14-140 will be the workhorse for this type of work but I'm looking to see what else would be useful. I'm looking at the 20mm pancake and others but figured I'd toss the question out here.
Thread: Must have lenses
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01-07-2011 06:48 AM
01-07-2011 07:36 AM
I consider the Voigtlander 25mmm f/0.95 a must-have, and I don't even have it yet.Lots of toys... that I barely know how to turn on
01-07-2011 07:37 AM
Olympus 14-35mm 2.0 Zoom.
01-07-2011 07:43 AM
Aside from the low light amazingness it is a beautiful lens. I shot with it last night and was blown away by its bokeh and sharpness even wide open. Plus, 25mm is just a sweet spot for most work. The framing is just perfect.
(At f0.95 you can still get focus. You have to work a bit for it but it is possible at short distances.)
01-07-2011 07:52 AM
Alright guys quityerbraggin!
< starts digging up ordering infoLots of toys... that I barely know how to turn on
01-07-2011 09:11 AM
- Join Date
- Nov 2008
- New York City
A fast old 50mm. Nikkor, Contax/Zeiss, etc. Beautiful look and a great interview lens. A fast 85 as well..http://www.billthomasphoto.com/
Sony F5 / F3/ EX-1 / Nikon D800 / BMPCC / Atomos Samurai / Zeiss & Nikon lenses
01-07-2011 09:22 AM
- Join Date
- Apr 2010
- Warsaw, Poland
The Zuiko SHG line of f2 lenses: 14-35, 35-100, 150mm and Panaleica Summilux D 25mm/f1.4.