>I hate to suggest it but >the 24 1.4 is perfect for this sort of scene but really >expensive.
One has just popped up around here, like new, for 1200€. Great price, but if I had the money...
If I do jump to FX, somewhere down the line I'll get a 28 f1.8G. Staying in DX, it's too close to my beloved 35mm to justify the cost (and size).
Thanks for your advice, Stan.
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