I recently purchased the M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8. Great lens. However I've been reading a bit about adapters and legacy lenses and I believe I could have done better with the Panasonic Leica DG 25mm F1.4, and bought a fast legacy 50mm to supplement my portrait needs. What do you guys think? Most adapters I see are in the $170 range. But these are good quality Novoflex or Olympus adapters. I can probably find a cheaper adapter on eBay. I can definitely find a good legacy 50mm F1.2 lens on eBay around $100. That saves me some money from what I paid for the 45mm, and put whatever the difference is toward the PL25. I would be okay with manual focusing. Especially when I can setup the shot for portraits. Is this a better way to spend my money? An AF native 50mm equivalent and a MF legacy 100mm equivalent?