October 1, 2015 at 7:46AM, Edited October 1, 7:49AM
BMPCC + Speedbooster question
Looking for some advice here. I've recently purchased a BMPCC and an EF Speedbooster and their on their way to me now. I bought the speedbooster mainly because I'm coming from a Canon background and have a couple thousand dollars worth of Canon lenses.
Obviously, I would like to continue to invest in more glass, considering my current collection still isn't enough for my needs. I shoot short films, as well as event coverage, short documentary style films, music videos, and other various freelance.
My question is, for future glass, should I ignore the Metabones Speedbooster and buy some Micro 4/3 lenses due to the range of lenses, or is it a better idea to permanently use the speedbooster and buy more Canon mount glass (which will come in handy for interchangeability. I plan on keeping my Canon DSLR for other projects and a secondary camera). Is the speedbooster's benefits worth having all the time? Maybe shallow depth of field? I'm wondering if this question has an obvious answer. I don't have much hands on experience with the BMPCC or the Speedbooster.
Looking for some feedback from people who were in familiar situations. I don't have a huge budget, so I have to purchase each lenses wisely. I'm particularly interested in grabbing some of the Samyang lenses, which are made with both mounts.