You'll get a lot more mileage out of a single nice lens than you will an assortment of lower quality lenses. My most used native mft lens is the Panasonic Leica Summilux 12mm f1.4 (which is around $1300). I shoot 90% of the stuff I shoot on that lens and the Nocticron 42.5 f1.2, but the 42.5 isn't the best lens to get first, simply because it's a bit less versatile. The other lens I use a lot is the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 with a Metabones adapter, but if I could only bring one lens it'd be the Summilux. The Voigtlanders seem great too, though I've never shot with them. I shoot mostly docs, so the relative softness of the Voigtlanders wide open is a bit of an issue for me.
Salty. This is cool and fun and I'm glad it's popping up lots of places. I thought, ah wow, Spike Jonze figured out a way to make something cool like the Virtual Insanity video, but different, and Spike Jonze-ier. I'm glad Apple paid for this. A whole bunch of talented people got money to make something cool. Man, the internet sucks, Keith. It's an awful place to hang out most of the time.
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