Hi all, First post - hope its in the right place. I have an Olympus E-PL1 and I love it. I have the kit zoom lens's and the Olympus 17mm pancake. I'd also like to get into a bit of Macro photography. I have only used Micro 4/3 lenses with this camera, and I'd like to start exploring adapted lenses. I've read the guides and understand that I will lose auto focusing. An obvious place to start (at least I think so) is with an adapted Macro lens for a couple of reasons - 1. I don't have the ability to do macro with my current lenses. 2. I'm guessing macro photography is pretty much all about manual focus. With that all said. I have a modest budget of about £30 to buy an adapted lens, to have a play at macro photography. Any tips on where to start? I don't have a clue which size lens to go for, let alone brand or camera fitting. Is my budget even realistic? The ultimate plan is to get used to manual focus with Macro photography then move on to other adapted lenses for other uses. Thanks in advance.