USAF Air Museum Dayton Ohio Lens? Resolved! Gang, after a couple of failed attempts we may actually get to the museum this summer (the Princess of the Exchequer conceded over lunch that she owes me a couple of days there). I did a little research and it appears that the museum may be dark in spots and that exhibits are hung overhead limiting the ability to get position for some shots. I'm interested in hearing from anyone who has been to the AF museum and what gear recommendations they may have. My widest lens (not including the 7.5 fisheye) is the 12-50mm kit lens, followed by the 14mm Panasonic. From what I've read the 12mm kit zoom is too slow as is the 7.5 fisheye, and the 14mm is not wide enough. My specific questions revolve around "how wide" and "how fast" a lens is required to capture images in the museum. I would be mounting the lens on an E-M5. I'm considering the 7-14 Panasonic, the 9-18 Olympus, or the 12-40 Olympus if my existing gear simply won't do (even though f/4 is slower than the 12-50mm kit lens the zooms are faster once the focal length increases). The 12mm Olympus f/2.0 is of course also under consideration if 12mm is wide enough (I am primarily a prime shooter. Primarily, that is ). However for this particular venue a zoom might be the better choice. I've shot at a number of other museums but am particularly concerned with the Dayton location this time around. Thanks! Jim Edit to the original post: After a number of folks gave excellent advice and were kind enough to share photo examples I've decided on the E-M5, the 20mm f/1.7, the 14mm f/2.5 and "something" wider and faster (probably to be rented from Lensrentals). Many thanks to all who responded and if you've not seen the example photos there are some very nice shots herein (not, obviously, taken by me).