I am a recent owner (early Xmas present) of an E-M10. I am excited to learn the camera. And I do have a great deal to learn!! I also have a small collection of old manual lenses that I have inherited from friends and family. Eventually I want to be able to use them adapted to the E-M10. One of the things I inherited is an Agfa Ambi Sillette from my father. It looks like this: I have the 50 2.8 and 90 4, that I assume my father purchased with the camera. Here are a couple of images that I think he took with the camera around 1960: 1518987_10203074627252982_337267332_o 1796716_10203110169621519_742428234_o Out of nostalgia's sake, I would like to eventually try these lenses on the E-M10. I realize the IQ and handling may not be wonderful. I just think it would be awesome to use my dad's old gear. From what I have found that might be a little difficult. I have found a few links for adapting the lenses for other systems - 3D printed for Leica, rigged for NEX, something call the VNEX for NEX What does anyone think might be my best solution? I was thinking maybe the 3D printed Leica M > M to m4/3 might be the way. Does stacking adapters really work? If I had the know-how I would think a 3D printed Agfa to m4/3 adapter might work. Thanks for any help. If I do one day get it working, I will be sure to post some photos.