Most of the time actually my plain Jane 90 works really great and gives me a really nice working distance and enough context. There are a few situations where I have thought a bit wider might be nice, but not enough to get me to spend my money or carry a third lens.
When I want a narrower view the 150SF suits me well.
Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR
"We do not see things the way they are. We see things the way we are." Anaïs Nin
after reconsidering: 50mm C lens and a 180mm C lens and I could live on. (I thought My 127mm C was awesome till I took ports on the 180mm C and was astonished with sharp eyelashes from a 13 month old sitting in a highchair in morning light) ...but a 2X doubler thrown in the mix would double the fun now wouldnt it!!!
"Often you will discover in life, that temerity yields little that quiet observation and decisive action can!"
...cut... Then I depinned an rz 110/2.8 and I use that on the rb for close focus, it is a very nice little thing, too bad it's not in the standard rb lineup.
I've read your post and I noticed that you've used and RZ lens on an RB body... how is that possible? What do you mean by "depinned"?
I knew that RZ lenses have and electronic shutter, how is it possible to use them on a completely mechanical body like an RB?
If only two I'd say 65 & 140 Macro. The 65 is my most used lens for general open landscapes. The 140 is a nice reaching a bit lens as well as excellent Macro work too. I have all the "C" lenses from 37 to 180. I use them all too.