Hi all, I'm new to the site and would like to get back into photography. I have mostly used Canon A-1 and T-90 film SLRs in the past and I barely know how to use my Olympus E-M10. Over a year ago I bought a Metabones FD to M43 adapter and haven't even used it yet!! This is partly due to my lack of knowledge and partly because I lost motivation for a long while. I will probably be taking photos of a friend's band playing at a pub next weekend and thought it might be a good opportunity to learn how to use my Canon FD 50mm 1.8 with the E-M10. They'll only be playing 4 songs so I won't have time for experimenting - I'm hoping that with a few pointers I might be ale to take some usable photos. I'd appreciate any advice that you could offer, including addressing any of the following points that you care to: 1) I've never manually focused with the Olympus. I have no idea how to magnify the image or use focus peaking. 2) In this low light environment will focusing without an optical split-screen viewfinder be a total pain? Should I give up on the idea and just use my 14-42 kit lens instead? 2) Do I need to set the focal length to 50mm for the IBIS? How? 3) Should I even use IBIS? I didn't have IS in the film days and now we have good high-ISO performance which will allow faster shutter speeds. 4) Should I plan to only use the 50mm 1.8 lens wide open for low-light onstage pics? 5) Would my 28mm 2.8 be of any use in this situation? 6) Any recommended settings for this type of photography - ISO etc.