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  1. Please do not rely on taking many batteries, when you are going to a cold place. If so, the combination of a power bank - with USB outlet for the Nitecore - plus perhaps a solar panel would be safer. Also watch out for condensation when you take the camera out from the cold into a warm place. Take out the battery first! There are always residual currents in the camera.
  2. Laowa/Venus has made an excellent 9mm lens for L.mount, and so has TTartisans. Let's hope they make more! Fujifilm has a adult line for APS-C and is very popular and quite affordable. I do not see any demise of APS-c soon.
  3. Bit late I am, but the 3 Legged Thing Universal L Bracket Ellie Short fits the LEICa CL fine, and I can only second WDA. The battery/SD-card door is totally free. It has a good stop, be it that the lens then is not above your tripod's head zero point. Hardly important in most situations. Easily obtained on both continents and not dear. https://www.3leggedthing.com/eu/ellie-universal-lbracket-system.html
  4. Grundtvigskirken Peak in Northeast Greenland National Park Leica SL(601) with Lumix S 24-105/F4
  5. Exactly. Build like a tank, Shutter sound like a cannon! Indestructible. Too heavy!
  6. That may be because the camera remembers the last (adapted) lens you set while you put one the same. So does the SL(601). Put on another lens and then you change.
  7. Venus Optics/Laowa makes very useful lenses with exotic focal lengths and L-mount now. Good quality and attractive for astro photography, macro and super-duper wide. https://petapixel.com/2020/07/24/venus-optics-just-released-6-popular-laowa-lenses-for-the-l-mount/
  8. Which may be useful for film-makers, who do not need AF or IBIS. And work with elaborate cages to control focus. Not so much for SL and SL2 (yet) https://meikeglobal.com/products/meike-50mm-t2-1-full-frame-cine-lens
  9. Wise choice Paulus. See you next year. Stay healthy! Sander
  10. You could consider the Panasonic 16-35. I have it: it's light, not too bulky/intimidating and handles well. The picture quality is fine, even when I peep. It has accepts 77mm filters. And got superhigh fihures in ColorFoto's (Germany) listings. Se. attached. The Sigma 45 also reports to be good. Both won't break your bank, can be resold without too much loss when want to revert to DL lenses. Se some reviews here: https://www.photoreview.com.au/reviews/mirrorless-lenses/mirrorless-lenses-full-frame/ The Pana 24-105 comes out good, but it is large. I found its results rather flat. There is also a new Pana 20-60 mm (not S-Pro),
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