Amateur new to digital SLRs

Discussion in 'UK Photography' started by Davey, May 3, 2012.

  1. Davey

    Davey Guest

    My comments were specifically about my pocket Canon, but also seemed
    appropriate for what I read about the majority of DSLRs. And as always
    there are some that are just a little different from the majority.
    Thanks for the comments.
     
    Davey, May 6, 2012
    #21
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  2. You can quite easily use your old OM lenses on Canon digital SLRs -
    it's all down to the register distance, which in this case is enough
    to allow an adapter ring/plate/collar to fit. You save a pile of dosh,
    and continue to use lenses you're familiar with.
    An adapter from Hong Kong via ebay will cost you around a tenner.
     
    Grimly Curmudgeon, May 6, 2012
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  3. Davey

    Davey Guest

    I looked on e- bay,and elsewhere, today, and found them at about 25
    quid, but that was just one attempt. Since it seems that a Canon is a
    very good choice anyway, I will look out for one, probably with the base
    lens, and then look for the adapter for my Olympus lenses.
     
    Davey, May 6, 2012
    #23
  4. Price goes up and down - I got some from big-is, adplo, etc. You'll
    pay more for ones with an incorporated chip to simulate a Canon lens.
    I just use the basic manual adapter and it's fine. They're so cheap
    that every lens in regular use can have its own one full-time.
    url:http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_n...kw=&_osacat=15200&_trksid=p3286.c0.m270.l1313
     
    Grimly Curmudgeon, May 7, 2012
    #24
  5. Davey

    Davey Guest

    That's what I was expecting to find. It's all in the Search wording.
    Thanks.
     
    Davey, May 7, 2012
    #25
  6. Davey

    Stephen Guest

    Hello,

    As an amateur new to dSLRS myself, I posted my own questions halfway
    through this thread. I too wanted to thank you all for your replies.
     
    Stephen, May 16, 2012
    #26
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