I just gotta keep moving.
Would I still gain aperture with this combo, or would the c/y adapter negate that? Thank you.
Wow, really? That's so cool. And it doesn't affect the flange distance? If that's true I wonder why anyone would buy more than one type of speedbooster.
Thank you so much. This is a great start. I've been looking at the budget speedboosters an dI know they come with some chromatic aberration problem, but for now I think they'll be worth the setbacks until I can upgrade. I'm so excited to get away from the canon look and start playing around with some cool older lenses.
Thanks also for the confirmation on that Lumix lens. That was on the top of my list for zoom lenses. On top of that I think I'll probably just pick up a cheap 200mm zoom.
I'm also open to FD/nikkor lenses with an adapter. Or really an older classic primes that give a good image. I really only need 1 native zoom so I can have IS. I know this is such a broad topic, but I'm just looking for a push in the right direction. In a perfect world I could spend half of my budget on a really good native zoom, and the rest on a whole slew of vintage primes and/or zooms.
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Thanks! I'll check it out. I am on a bit of a budget, so I might just get some of those camera mountable led panels and some stands.