Looks good sir.. have you tried the 50-100.. the only negative I read was alot of breathing .. which isnt in the 18-35..
As a one-two combo, they sound amazing on the surface, but I've seen tests of the breathing on the 50-100mm, and it's pretty extreme. I've used zooms on S16mm that have had similar intense breathing, and it drove me bonkers - so I don't think the 50-100mm has much interest for me.
That said, for sit down interview type shoots, where racking focus isn't really part of the equation, I think it could make an excellent pairing with the 18-35mm. To have all that range in two lightweight zooms with proper focus mechanics and a T/2(!) aperture is pretty amazing.
The 18-35mm wasn't parfocal when I received it though. Sent the first one back, and the second one had the same issue. Dom Jaeger at Panavision here in Melbourne was able to take it apart and shim it back into tolerance for me though, and now it's fine.
Looks very unique for the body used. How did you get that... rustic look? Not everyday you get a digital camera and a brand new lens producing a vintage vibe.
Lots of haze, promist and a factory filled with metric tonnes of birdshit and dust!