The zoom lenses I own and use cover everything from 10mm – 200mm (15mm – 300mm in full frame) two of those zoom lenses have variable apertures, I prefer constant aperture lenses so both the 18-55 and the 55-200 lenses could be looking for new homes should I be in a position to purchase the upcoming 16-55 f2.8 and the already released 50-140 f2.8. The newest additions to my collection, the 56 f1.2, 27 f2.8 and 10-24 f4, purchased during the recent Fujifilm $200 cash back promotion, are seeing the most action at present but that is because they are new to me.
I have generally been a zoom lens shooter in my DSLR days, the only primes I owned for that system were macro lenses, of 60 and 105 focal lengths and a 50mm. With the Fuji system my go to lenses would have to be the primes and the most used, difficult to say, but I would probably say the 23, 35 and 56. They are fast lenses with bright maximum apertures, excellent build quality and very well engineered. The least used are the 55-200 because I am not generally a tele shooter and the 60, now that I have the 56 in my collection.
What does the future hold? I do see a 90mm coming my way at some stage and as already mentioned perhaps a trade up of the two variable aperture zooms to the constant aperture alternatives………and an X pro2, depending on spec, will likely be my next body.