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| p.1 #3 · How small can I get with NEX? |
This may seem like an odd question, but I don't have access to NEX cameras in person and my knowledge of RF lenses is limited at best so I'm hoping the crowd here can help me. If you want background, you can read the next paragraph, if you just want to browse through you can just answer the question at the end.
I currently own a m43 setup consisting of the G1, 20 1.7, 14-45 and 45-200. It's basically my point and shoot when I don't feel like carrying a full DSLR kit. I think the images out of the G1 & 20 1.7 are pretty good and the size and weight are great for wandering around, even if I don't have photography in mind. I'm considering upgrading to a G3, but the NEX system also looks very impressive, except for the lack of 20 1.7 equivalent which is a big part of why I like m43. I'd like something similar in size, but with greater image quality (don't we all) if possible. This leads me to my question:
What is the smallest lens and NEX body combination I could make that would give me an equivalent field of view between 35-50mm? Preferably f/2.8 or faster and with size considering any necessary adapters.
To add to the Nokton 35/1.4, the ZM 35/2.8, Contax G 35, 35 Summicron pre-asph and Skopar 35/2.5 are all small and give you an approximate 50mm equivalent. Things tend to get larger from there as you go wider. None of these options are going to be as thin as the 20/1.7, though.