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Sony APS-C setup would be lot smaller and I had it a while back. i did enjoy using it but lenses aren't particularly good tbh. Especially after using FE lenses like 24-105mm I wouldn't want to go back to the 16-70mm.
Well, yes, there are holes - this is one.


It's one I'd like plugged if I am to consider any APS-C system.
That focal range easily sorts me out for 80% of everything I shoot on travels.
Well, for me the 10-18/4 OSS and 50/1.8 OSS is 80% of mine and those are actually quite good.
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Sorry! My question was probably irritating.
It was not, it was a fair question! No need to apologise.
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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Originally posted by nandbytes nandbytes wrote:

Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Originally posted by nandbytes nandbytes wrote:

Sony APS-C setup would be lot smaller and I had it a while back. i did enjoy using it but lenses aren't particularly good tbh. Especially after using FE lenses like 24-105mm I wouldn't want to go back to the 16-70mm.
Well, yes, there are holes - this is one.


It's one I'd like plugged if I am to consider any APS-C system.
That focal range easily sorts me out for 80% of everything I shoot on travels.
Well, for me the 10-18/4 OSS and 50/1.8 OSS is 80% of mine and those are actually quite good.


The 10-18mm is certainly an awesome lens. But good zoom lenses ends there on Sony APS-C lol.

In general I use most of my lenses equally. I don't really care so much for the weight unless I am traveling which is where a zoom like 24-105 is greatly helpful. But it's also big and heavy.
May be having two systems is the real solution here. APS-C for travel with zoom(s) and keep my FF with primes.

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