I'm looking for a secondary point of view. I'm going on a trip to destin, going deep sea fishing and sight seeing as a anniversary trip. Believe it or not the deal was my wife gets to go deep sea fishing I get to bring one of my cameras along and shoot some footage. Since I shoot a bit of stock footage and photograht. So I picked up a dirt cheap GF3 and Olympus 14-42, since I didn't want to have a few thousand worth of my canon dslr to take a dip in the ocean. (Side note: footage from the gf3 hacked with the Olympus lens got accepted by the big 3, but my gopro footage got rejected, hence the gf3). But to get back on track. I would like some thoughts on a second lens. My 3 favorite legacy glass for shooting video and stills are the sigma super wide II 24mm f2.8, the Nikon pre ai-k 35mm f2.0, and Nikon ai-s 50mm f1.8. I was thinking between the sigma 24, or the Nikon 50. I was leaning more toward the 50 for lower light stills along side the Olympus. The 24 while beautiful is over laping the Olympus's range. The 35 is magical and I'm considering it over the others for street shooting at the boardwalk, but it's kinda bulky and heavy on the Gf3. I'd like to hear your thoughts. Sorry for the long winded question.