I decided to trade my 16-28 (now replaced by the 14-28) for a Sigma 35 f2. I like the 35mm FOV and a nice wide prime is always a pleasure of a lens to use. The Sigma 35/2 seems to get good reviews so I thought “why not”.
It’s coming from MPB, so won’t have it until they receive my 16-28 and evaluate it for the trade. Probably late next week I’d guess before the 35 arrives.I've had my eye on that lens, or the Lumix 35/1.8. I look forward to seeing some of your photos from the new lens!
Yeah, that 50 f2 looks great too. I have the Panasonic 50 f1.8, which is a great performer, but I’m sure the feel and build quality of the Sigma is a lot better.It's a nice lens, I really like the i-series Sigma lenses, build quality, size, IQ everything. I was kicking myself because I pre-ordered and got the new 50 Sigma Art 1.4, just before they announced the 50 f/2. 50mm is always a favourite FL for me, so I had a "why not" moment myself a couple of days ago and the F2 arrived yesterday, will give myself some time to decide whether I'll keep the Art or not. Too old now for "if only" and "what ifs". Just had a lovely walk trying out the 50 f/2, very happy I made the decision. Looking forward to seeing how you get on with the 35mm Paul.
Nice! Here in Germany (in the hole world?) Oxford is the synonym of propper and correct English! But i guess if it is for members only, its good that the great sense of english humour has its place also there. At least in you and your pix.
Oxford is one of the nicer places to visit in the UK. Don't even think about visiting Bradford, or Luton, or Middlesborough, or about 2000 other places.Nice! Here in Germany (in the hole world?) Oxford is the synonym of propper and correct English! But i guess if it is for members only, its good that the great sense of english humour has its place also there. At least in you and your pix.