An update to my kit!
Looking at weights, it's CRAZY how light my primes are,
until the beast arrives.
the new 105E is a bear.
filter sizes, wish it was easier
35 is too close to my 58
24 can be wonky for humans
28 is perfect for humans
Since I shoot humans more than anything else, 28mm makes sense!
I decided this last year, forgot it. Got some help from friends and now I'm on the right road again.
I did try the 24 1.8G, which is an EXCELLENT lens. I will be selling it soon.
I feel strongly that the 24 1.4 and 35 1.4, while amazing, they are really a waste of money and grams.
If you shoot people, put more money into your 58 or 85 or a 105, portrait FL.
For wide angle primes, the 20, 24, 28G 1.8 lenses are "good enough for a pro". I would skip the 35 1.8G though.
If I had to rate the 20, 24, 28G 1.8 lenses,
I'd say 28 has the fastest AF, then the 20, then the 24. But they are all good.
If I had to pick one for sharpest at 1.8 in the middle, 24G, then the 20, then the 28, later two are very close, they are all close.
The 24 is sharpest at 1.8 though, very contrasty, and good colors. 2.2, crazy sharp!
They are all so light, and so capable.
I really don't see much difference in the bokeh on these. But you don't buy a wide for bokeh, I know.
28->24 is a nice little jump, you notice it.
The lower you get, the more drastic the perspective...
So the 20, while so close to 24, seems CRAZY wide!
If you have a 35, get a 20 or 24. If you have a 50, get a 20 or 24.
If you have a 58, get a 20 and 28!
I hope this helps in some way.