The 21 Summilux would be an AMAZING lens if it were not for the MFD.Oh I live to dream.
In my persistent nightly sojourns I wander carelessly with my M9, out front the Cron 35/2 ASPH and in my little bag its sister Cron 75/2, a Nocti 50/0.95, and Summi 21/1.4. But in this dream I also have staff to do my chores back at home and my better half is so successful with her equestrian life that I am on the road most the time capturing priceless shots on self-generated assignments.
There is another dream but this one occurs persistently during the day now. It started as a curious niggle about a year ago - one that made me smile, then it came and went, but now I cannot shake the vision. I look for solace and distraction but there it is like a chimera. It now engulfs my perception stronger than reality itself. The beast, this Godzilla, has a tattoo on its neck, at first I had to squint to make out the "Fujinon Lens System" but now clear as day is emblazoned "X100".
I'm with you on this one! Canon did let it slip that they are looking into the idea of a CSC but no idea if it would take EF/EF-s lenses. Wouldn't it be great if they did and it was APS-C too!!!!My dream camera don't exist yet, and might be one of the following;
1/ Canon APS-C mirrorless.
Let's see what happens when a traditional camera company has a go at designing a larger sensored mirrorless. The recipe should be simple. Take your existing sensor tech and IQ, don't @#&$ with the controls or interface, make it look like a proper camera, make it something that I want to use, release it with a logical set of compact lenses, and make it backwards compatible with EF and EFS lenses (including fast AF).