Hi guys, haven't posted in a while. Got a new job which is going to be keeping me busy, so I'm putting my portrait work on hold for a while. Paycheck's coming in, weekends are free, it's almost kayaking weather, and I've decided to give wildlife photography a go. I've never tried it before, it looks relaxing and I live in a great area for it. I just pre-ordered the new Tamron 150-600mm SP Di VC USD lens (Canon Mount). I originally thought 600mm F6.3 seemed a bit slow, but then I saw the price on the Canon 600mm F4 and suddenly 6.3 didn't seem so slow. My local retailer tells me it will possibly be in this week. I intend to put it on my 6D, and potentially add a 70D to the mix (bringing it to an effective 960mm FOV @ F6.3 with auto focus). After thinking about it more though, curiosity is getting the better of me and I'm thinking a 1200mm FOV would be a lot of fun on an E-M1 if I can get the hang of manual focusing. I don't know jack about mu-43 to Canon adapters though. I've heard about metabones and seen mention of a few other names, all with different features but I didn't really pay much attention at the time since I had no need for one. I'm assuming there aren't any that support auto focus, but hoping I'm wrong. What adapters would you guys recommend for pairing this lens to the E-M1? Heading to the Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge this weekend, and hoping the stars align and I can use this lens for the trip. Thanks in advance!