I'm going on a photo workshop in about 5 weeks into the desert and we will we shooting a lot of sunsets and landscapes. I sold my D7000 for an OM-D and my only regret is when it comes to trips like these. I'm afraid I won't get the critical sharpness and dynamic range I'm used to. But I think this could be solved by lens choice. I have these lenses: Panasonic 7-14 Panasonic 25 1.4 Olympus 45 1.8 Olympus 40-150 R The workshop organizers recommend to bring lenses with effective focal lengths from 40-150 and also polarizer and a 3-stop (0.9) soft GND. So this rules out my 7-14 since you can't easily attach filters (and it's probably too wide for what I need to bring). I'm wondering if I'm best off buying an adapter and attaching regular slr lenses to my OM-D. I don't care about auto focus since I'll be on a tripod and can focus easily with the onscreen magnification. Travel weight isn't much of a concern as we aren't hiking that much and I'm in relatively good shape. What are people's thoughts?