Once this silly Corona virus abates, I am set to do a significant amount of travel. I'm a D850 shooter and mostly backpack/hike/mountaineer so weight is an issue. My earlier exploits saw me carry a D700, 24-70 f2.8 and 105 f2.8 as sole equipment. I want to go a little lighter and am debating D850, 24-70 f2.8 and a small pancake lens for a "walk around anywhere" sort of lens. I would then also leave the Canon S95 home which I used for that purpose. I've read a few reviews on the Nikon Series E 50 mm 1.8 and apparently there are a few versions of these for different markets. Some focus a little closer to 0.45 meters vs 0.6 meters but the quality of the former seems better than the other versions. Sadly the "good" version is a bit harder to find. Cheap things at around $100 or so. The other option is to buy a Voigtlander Ultron 40mm f/2 SL IIS Aspherical new from BHP or somewhere else. A tad more at about $420. But hey ... It's a new toy. So my question is whether there are other small pancake options for the FX I am not aware of? I like the 40 mm in the Voigtlander vs. the 50 mm for the Nikon lens. The manual focus does not bother me at all. In fact, I have a Zeiss 50 1.4 and it's a beast but hasn't been off the camera much for the last 6 months since I bought it. Too heavy for travel though. Any ideas welcome.