I'm making myself sick with this choice. At the moment I own the Canon 24mm f/1.4 Mark I, for which I sold both a ZE 35 and a 24mm TS-E Mark 1.
Then why the dillema? Well, I've been playing around with the 24L for a while now and I sincerely miss the Zeiss. The focal length of the 24L feels right, and I actually prefer it to the 35mm focal length. The lens is very sharp and has given me some beautiful results during a small holiday a few weeks back.
The thing is, I really like the Zeiss rendering. I'm going to buy the 50mm f/2 soon, which I will use for portraits. I'm also looking for something wider though. I feel like the 35mm is not too close to the 50mm FL, especially not on crop. I guess I could also go for the 21mm Distagon, but that would be a bit wider than I'd like. In that case, I'd also have to go for the ZE 50mm f/1.4 instead, as I wouldn't have the money to buy the ZE 50 f/2 anymore.
Any words of wisdom on my dillema? Should I just give the 24L some more time? Should I sell it for the ZE 35? Should I get the ZE 50 1.4 and ZE 21? In the end, I will have a 3 prime kit which will be used 80% for people photography and 20% for landscapes, cityscapes and objects.
Thanks in advance for your time and consideration.