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#2
All three sound interesting.
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#3
Do you want generate traffic in this new groups? ;-) Anyway, there is a rumor that Sony changed their Nex roadmap. There should be six new lenses this year.
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Sony needs two more Zeiss primes to compete with Fuji.

And a 60mm or 70 F/2.8 1:1 Macro OSS for serious macro users. Or maybe a F/2.0 1:2 Macro
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[quote name='youpii' timestamp='1329160047' post='15826']

Sony needs two more Zeiss primes to compete with Fuji.

And a 60mm or 70 F/2.8 1:1 Macro OSS for serious macro users. Or maybe a F/2.0 1:2 Macro

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Is a native macro really so important? You can adapt so many cheap MF macros. I think most important are cheap small zooms(like the power zoom from panasonic), primes and pancakes, and quality zooms. In this order. I put quality zooms last because they would be big.
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#6
Regarding the lens setup Sony is somehow hard to understand.

At least within the APS-C scope.



Since the beginning of NEX5 there is the pancake (which is obviously rubbish), the kit 18-55 and the 18-200.

Apparently all focal lengths are covered.



Now, what does the enthusiast wish for? A replacement for the pancake, a prime and a protrait lense.

What do they come with? A more or less useless macro (in focal length point of view), a HQ Zeiss with a focal length which is neither fish nor fowl and a 50mm/1,8 which is too long as prime and too short as portrait.
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#7
in English



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#8
Full Frame (FE) Roadmap

http://www.sony.jp/CorporateCruise/Press.../13-1016B/

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