Jonynek, in a similar situation as you, for outdoor shooting of a toddler, I personally chose to prioritize reach over speed. I use mainly 15mm/1.7 and 45mm/1.8 indoors and got the 14-140/3.5-5.6 for outdoors when our boy was about one year old. I find the reach and zoom ability very, very helpful for a fast moving toddler! I don’t have any of the pro zooms, so cant comment on comparative rendering between the lenses, but I can say that I regularly use the range of 14mm to perhaps 80 mm a lot now with the zoom in situations where a lens change would not work.And here we go again...Our baby boy will be 1 yr old soon.
My gear: GX80, 12-32 + 35-100 (4-5,6) + 25 + 42,5 + Godox tt350 (hardly used)
Does it make sense to think about better kit lens? 12-35? 12-40? 12-45?? It should be mostly for outdoor photography. Which way would you go?
Well... Something wrong about where you liveWell... O12-40 400€, P12-35 590€
That's really cheap. I saw one in good condition for 250€ today... make sure you're not being scammed.The seller also offered me an olympus om-d e-m5 mark ii 180€...Should it be worth it?