A while back I purchased a Panasonic G3 at a "close out" price as a "fun" camera to complement my "serious" camera. The G3 with the kit lens was capable and I subsequently enjoyed using it with the Sigma 19 and 30 mm lenses that I acquired. I then purchased an adapter that allowed me to use my wife's Canon FD 50 mm lens that allowed me to take some great party photos. Yet another adapter for my Canon EFS 10-22 mm lens is opening new opportunities. The Sigma lenses allowed me full auto operation. The FD adapter was full auto except with manual aperture but the EFS lens doesn't even have a manual aperture control. This is of little consequence for daytime photos. The attached photo was at 10 mm (20 mm effective) and the lens is larger than the camera. I am now pretty much of the opinion that digital cameras have evolved to the point that the lens is all that counts. If only Moore's law applied to optics.