Many of you know me to be a zoom lens guy, mostly for the versatility they give me while traveling. But I've recently acquired a Loxia 21mm f/2.8, and that lens has given me the wide angle component of a pretty versatile prime lens kit: Loxia 21mm f/2.8, Sony/Zeiss 35mm f/2.8, and a Contax G 90 f/2.8 with the Techart autofocus adapter. They all fit, along with my A7II, in an old Eagle Creek Side Trek bag that I've owned for many years. It even holds an iPad mini and a mini tripod as well, along with extra batteries, SD cards, and a few other small accessories. This will give you some idea of the overall size of the components: I store my lenses in padded neoprene pouches, and although the exterior of the bag is padded, the pouches provide an extra layer of protection for them and the camera body. Ready to go, and it doesn't look too much like a camera bag, does it? In action. I salvaged the padded strap from another old bag. But the bag itself can also be worn around the waist as a fanny pack. No doubt some of you are wondering whether the 21-35-90 combo is versatile enough. What about a 28, or a 50, you may well ask. Well, take a look at this image, which I also posted in the Loxia 21 thread: As you can see, the 35mm slots in right in the middle the the 21-90mm range, and the A7II's resolution easily provides cropping ability from 21mm to 135mm. So the 55mm f/1.8 that I've owned for a couple of years has been rendered superfluous, and is up for sale on eBay as I type this. I'm a lazy man, and I found that I only swap lenses when there's a significant difference between focal lengths. And the truth is that if I had the 35mm mounted, I almost never swapped it out for the 55mm. So off it goes, and its proceeds will help to make the cost of the Loxia more palatable. Faster lenses would only be larger and heavier, and for the type of photos I mostly shoot, the extra light-gathering capability that a f/1.8 or f/1.4 lens would provide would go to waste. f/2.8 is plenty for me 99% of the time, especially when I can fit all three lenses and the body into this tiny bag. Can you imagine the size and weight of the equivalent Canon or Nikon kit? Travel light, travel fast!