It definitely looks interesting and cute, but the fact that it's rather slow, I'd still choose my Voigtlander 40mm f/2.
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This is terrific news sir.
A little added bonus for me was finding out this week that my Tokina 11-16/2.8 works pretty darn good at 15.5-16mm even if it is a crop lens at 2.8! It's a bit soft around the edges, but so am I!
get rid of the 18-135 and buy the 70-200. If you want to play with macro keep the 18-135 and get the macro. 70-200 and macro are crazy good after canon AF calibration (my recent 100L macro had to go back as it was very much out of focus). The 70-200 is heavy so be aware of that.The lighter f/4 variant will do well if weight is an issue.
And most successful street photography isn't done with an SLR. Tbh I would recommend the iPhone 4S. With enough practice people will think you are texting instead of taking pictures.I can't even tell if you're being sarcastic or not, but either way you have a pretty valid point there.
Obviously the best solution would be to have a circular sensor with the circumference touching the image circle. No more turning the camera 90 degrees for portrait, and you could set the dimension percentages for anything you like!By that logic, a rounded sensor would be ideal. xD