|Posted: Fri May 26, 2017 6:56 pm Post subject:
|This forum is mostly about using vintage manual focus lenses. Since you're posting here I assume this is what interests you as well. In that case, there's only one sensible way to go, and that's mirrorless. With a budget of 2000 (as stated in the other thread), the best you can get is a Sony A7 II, with some cash to spare.
Could someone please explain briefly why a mirrorless camera is more useful than a DSLR if one intends to use manual-focus lenses? If there is already a post explaining this a link to the post would be enough. Thanks.
Pentax-M 28/2.8; 35/2; 50/1.4; 100/2.8; 80-200/4.5; 400/5.6.
Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon 35/2.4; Pancolar 50/1.8 (black).
Zeiss Ikon Volta 135/6.3 Sonnar 9cm x 12 cm plate/sheet film;
Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 521 75/3.5 Novar (post-War) 6cm x 4.5cm
Pentax MX x 2 (black);