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    50 and 180.
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    I have the 90 C, 180 C and the 360 non-C.. first choice has to be the 180 C as it's rarely off the camera.
    I shoot hybrid, and it's ok.. . :D

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    Right now I only have 180mm K/L and I need wider lens.

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    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

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    My favourite by far is my new to me 127 K/L. After that it's a tie between 90C and 180 K/L

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    I bought my 90c a while back but I still like my 50c only because I'm a wide angle type of guy!

    Jeff

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    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!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwms View Post
    ...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.
    ...cut...
    Hi!

    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?

    I ask because i'm quite interested in this.

    Thanks in advance... and sorry for my english

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    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.

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    I do have a full line of lenses but my favorites are the 50mm and 180mm.
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