Hello everybody, I'm new in the forums and also in photography field. I've recently bought my first camera, an E-PL5 with its 14-42 kit lens, and I've then added a Fujian 35mm f1.6 and a "brand new" Tokina SZ-X 70-210mm f4-5.6 to have a few more choices when shooting. I've already tested the Tokina to shoot the moon at full zoom, but I think that a 1.4x or 2x teleconverter might be useful, also in view of the 27th of July eclipse. Now, since the Tokina has an OM mount, the question is: can I just buy an OM teleconverter and use it between the lens and the OM-M4/3 adapter? Are all the OM teleconverters OM-OM on both sides? I have never seen one in real life, just in pictures, furthermore I'm a noob in this field, so I don't want to make a stupid purchase... Thanks in advance guys!