And an adapter. You’ll have to use the lens in manual mode, but you save a ton of money. There’s a setting on Olympus micro 4/3rd cameras, no lens mode or something. Can’t remember what the setting is called.
If you are crazy like me, buy the Vivitar 650-1300mm f/8-16 Telephoto Zoom Lens for Micro 4/3 m43 Olympus PEN E P3 it’s new for 200 bucks. That lens probably weighs more then my camera.
I think you can put that lens on a tripod. Only downside is you have to be at least 16 feet away to take a picture with it.
You need a heavy duty tripod for that lens.
I have enough gold for a Canon lens and an adapter. But having to change a setting on the camera all the time would be annoying, and I’d forget, so I’d either be using the lens that work without an adapter in manual mode, or the adapter lens wouldn’t work, and I’d wonder why.
They would ship the Canon lens by USPS, that means I can deliver it to my apartment. Unless it requires a signature.
You can get a 70-210mm Vivitar lens for 20 bucks on eBay. Free shipping. I don’t buy known/good brands. Doesn’t say how it is shipped. Can I get an expensive lens adapter that allows you to use auto focus on lens? Oh wait, a auto focus lens will cost you more then 20 bucks. Damn.
To many lenses, don’t think I want the Vivitar, says macro.
Need to buy a Fuji camera, never owned one, but a lot of people seem not to like them. I like the brands nobody else likes. But mostly I like the word Fuji.