Doug wrote:It would be the most promising with a mirrorless like the Sony A7 range or better still the medium format digital back mount shown later in this video
DSLR's with mirror boxes would probably still be better off with T/S lenses designed to stay within their restricted light path access to the sensor.
Eden wrote:was there an indicative price mentioned and approximate for adapter plates (lens and camera adapters) etc as I think I will read this a few times this evening,
Eden wrote:I already have the Eos M and this has the shorter distance from the sensor.
the adapter for Eos lenses and the adapter for the fd lenses is quite thick.
hopefully this would work also.
my main interest would be still life and macro anyhow and the widest I would use on a setup like this (bearing in mind I am using a cropped sensor and probably always will) would be a pancake Ef40mm or Ef nifty 50.
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