fmw wrote: Since the 50 requires less correction compared to lenses that modify a natural angle of view, it outperforms lenses of most other focal lengths. They easier to design and manufacture and cost less party because of that. If you were to go out shooting with nothing but a 50 you would likely come back with plenty of useable images. I use the Fuji X system and my normal lens is the Zeiss 32mm f1.8. The images are stunning and a bit better than with any other lens I use on it. I recommend the normal lens without question.
Peter P wrote: These always crack me up. Don't forget the 'dirty thirty' on that list.
You're suggesting that there's a logical correlation between equipment and successful image creation? Um, no, there's not. That is an unsupportable assertion.
And: 32mm is not 50mm. The size of the sensor doesn't change the focal length of the lens, period. 50mm is 50mm, and it's not 32mm. I'm glad you find that lens successful in your craft, but it has nothing to do with this thread.
N.B. the only thing that the sensor size affects is the view angle. Nothing else. It's a math thing.
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