You'll hurt your back, holding the camera at various angles, to try and get all the text sharp.
Probably still won't accomplish it either. Also got to move in various directions. Manual focus requires to much manual work.
So I'll probably sell the adapter someday. I'm to lazy to manual focus.
If you want pain free manual focus, use a Panasonic 25mm f1.7. I didn't take any pictures, didn't have flash on my camera, to lazy to get it. Just set the camera to manual focus, and looked at the live view.
The white balance usually needs to be manually set if no flash is used, in my apartment.
Taking pictures of dogs with a manual lens is much easier then a box with text.
Look at the text in the right corner on the top of the Olympus lens box. Click it, and then view the original size to see. It isn't tack sharp, that's no good.
No, I don't know how old the lens is, therefore it should be tack sharp.