4/3 Rumors have posted that Samyang will introduce a new 50mm f1.4 lens for m4/3 (as well as for 4/3???): http://www.43rumors.com/samyang-announces-a-50mm-f1-4-for-microft-and-also-for-four-thirds/. The world plus dog seems to be introducing a variation of a lens between 25mm and 50mm (give or take) for m4/3. Why aren't more looking at producing lenses of potentially greater interest, unique lenses that aren't already jostling for shelf space. The Voigtlander 10.5mm (regardless of f stop), for example, is trying to go outside the square, but do we need another 50mm lens? I understand that these focal lengths are relatively easy to design and produce compared to wider and longer lenses, but I think there are enough choices already. Why not some really wide, rectilinear, lenses say at f2 or thereabouts? Let's not chase the absolute fastest, but look for the absolute best image quality wide open. Is my view once again somewhat jaundiced? I just noticed, when looking at: http://www.four-thirds.org/en/microft/single.html#i_085mm_f028_kowa, that Kowa has now introduced an 8.5mm f2.8 rectilinear lens. This I could like for scenes where I want to manually set focal distance, such as astrophotography.