Micro 4/3 body + Canon EF lens
COMPATIBLE MF MA AF AA SB TS
The EF lens will be able to use its autofocus, external aperture control and speed booster function when mounted on a Micro 4/3 camera.
The "basic" adapter will create a simple mechanical contact between the EF lens and M4/3 frame. This means that you won't be able to adjust the aperture settings on the lens, since it's electronically adjusted. There won't be any autofocus either.
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A great solution to bridge this gap is obtaining an adapter with an additional diphragm. By mounting an adapter like this, you'll get to adjust the aperture settings despite the built-in EF will remain open all the time.
Find adapters with built-in aperture here:
Before you'd think it's just that, there are solutions to make up for the smaller sensor, a fullframe EF lens adapter with speedbooster (lens) "compresses" the image to fit the smaller sensor. Although the resolution will suffer a bit, but the new possibilities make up for the tradeoff.
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Would you like to use autofocus? Why not? There are adapters withsignal transmittingalso enabling aperture control.
You can find some AF adapters over here:
And if it's still not enough, there are alsocombined adapters with speedbooster lens and AF. The sky's the limit!
The cherry on top: there are flexible tilt-shift adapters which allows tilting the image plane while using an EF lens. Find them here:
Keep in mind that using a fullframe EF lens without a speedbooster will get you a crop factor of 2*, because of the tiny sensor of the M4/3 body, you'll get a pretty high focal length multiplier (you'll get a smaller image frame). Find out more about focal length in this article if you're interested.
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