Oh bowel movement! I thought there already was.I would like to see a focus confirm when using manual lenses. . . .
You'll be surprised out how easy focus is. Obviously sometimes you need to use the focus magnification but I find it is hardly ever necessary (only really for fine detail close-ups). Focus does seem to visually snap in - much better than trying to manually focus on a standard SLR screen (very like using one of the dedicated replaceable manual focus ones).Oh bowel movement! I thought there already was.
(I haven't yet tried it: I have my G1 and Konica AR adapter here with me, and my Hexanon 40/1.8 lens an hour's train ride away.)
Oh well, together with its two lenses the camera cost me very little indeed beyond the points I'd accumulated at Yodobashi Camera. And it seems fine for its intended purpose.
Now inferring that it doesn't have focus confirm, I'm in awe of the skill needed to take correctly focused photos with 50mm f/1.2 lenses and the like wide open. (They're thanks in part to finder magnification, I suppose. Hmm, thinking of that I'm flashing back to the days of TLRs.)