For General photography - I would use the 45 ts-e. the 24 is good for interior/buildings etc., and the one I use. The 90 is good for product/food and offcourse portraits etc. - but may be a bit to long for general photography.
Please keep in mind that Ts-e's are slower to use then normal lenses. Everything is manual, and your camera's lightmeter will not function as you are used to, as the values will differ depending on if the lens tilted/shifted or not.
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