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a little off original topic, but the subject of last several threads, one of the reasons I left Sony NEX camp (former owner of NEX 5n and 7) is that, a lack of quality fast lenses. The only lenses I liked on Sony were my 24/1.8 Zeiss and 50/1.8 Sony. That and poor AF that could not keep up with my 6-month-old. Switched to Olympus OM-D and all the problems are gone. I have Panasonic 7-14 - excellent. my primes: panaleica 25/1.4, Olympus 45 1.8 and 75 1.8 are excellent. Even my 14-150 Olympus superzoom is great. And having...Show more →
Good for you if you've found something that you seem ideal for you needs. However, it seems that your criticism of the NEX line seems a bit dated.
The NEX is got PDAF now, so AF should be better. They've released (or are about to release) the superwide, the 35 1,8 and the normal zoom. It's true that m4/3 are a little more advanced, but then it had almost two years headstart, which seems quite a long time. Moreover, m4/3 are a consortium, aren't they?, so there are two companies innovating. Sony is doing a good job, considering.
Oh! and that bit about the Voigtlanders… Come on! You mean that the NEX line needs native manual lenses? When you can adapt whatever you like??
I would say that you lost your patience too early, but then it's good that you found something that suits your style and your ways. I don't think that you need to justify your decision unjustifiedly, though.