Yeah, sorry for the hijack. See my on-topic response above for thoughts on EF adapters.Ta - do they have a magnified live view too? (Sorry Gary )
Cool ... didn't know they even made those ... any particular brand better than another ... or is there any to look out for?Getting back on track, you might look into the adapters with built in iris for aperture control of the EF lenses. Like this:
Also it allows you to use the cheaper extension tubes for macro photography.
Just search the auction site for EOS micro 4/3 iris adapter.
Yea maybe he is right, your much better off getting a regular adapter without an iris and trying to always at wide open without any semblance of control. I mean it is true that you can use this type of adapter with the iris set to wide open, and have it act like a regular adapter if you don't like the quality of the photos taken with its control, but why take the chance on finding that out? I mean you will probably waste many megabytes of digital photos and lots of minutes, maybe even up to or past an hour; I mean no way can that be worth it .. Your better off playing it safe and saving the extra eighty or so, dollars, or better yet just spend what ever you need to and buy the micro four third mount lenses that would be comparable to the EOS ones you have, or even just a couple hundred in manual lenses that have aperture control and the appropriate micro four third adapter.I would be weary to use these. In any lens the location of the diaphragm is critical, an add-on diaphragm is certainly not located optimally for any complex lens you might be using.