Canon lenses on Lumix GX1?
Ok, now i get it, I hope. What about EF 100 macro IS USM at f/2.8 and 70-200 at f/4?
Bob Meyer wrote:
Canon AF lenses, or the older Canon FD lenses?
For both, Rainbow makes inexpensive but decent quality adapters. Novoflex make higher quality, but much, much more expensive ones. I have Rainbow and they work fine.
But the reason I asked about what kind of lens is that with Canon AF lenses there's no way to control the aperture when the lens is off an EOS body. For Canon FD lenses, you can still control the aperture via the aperture ring on the lens.
Legacy lenses without aperture rings aren't really good choices to use on m43 cameras unless you only want to shoot wide open.
Bokeh is the aesthetic quality of the blur in out-of-focus areas of an image, or the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light. Bokeh is not the same as depth of field (DOF).