On 5/4/2020 3:16 PM, Ken Norton wrote:
Really, after that elegant enumeration of complex ways to get exif? Simple,
cheap, effective--sooooo not me with adapters. The lack of decent solutions is
mostly Sonnie's fault hindering access to the ability to interface with the
$9 is $9. I can put up with a lot of missing information for $9.
There is certainly a potential advantage to using a bunch of smart
OM-EOS adapters for each of my lenses and then an EOS-E adapter for
the EXIF and focal-length support so the IBIS will set automatically.
What we really need, what so many people need, is a Sony E-mount adapter with interchangeable front mounts and rings to
set FL, max. aperture and aperture. The working aperture ring would have a null setting, too.
Would someone get right on that, please?
I've got a little bit of money in the 2020 budget for adapters, so
I'll experiment a bit to learn what is worthy of getting my
hard-earned dollars. In the meantime, I just need SOMETHING to hold
the Zuikos in place.
Cut to length paper towel spool and duct tape.
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/