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Ernie Aubert wrote:
That's true... also no way to change the aperture with the camera; you use it wide open. (It's possible to close it down on a Canon camera and remove it without powering off, then mount it on the OM-D; but I can't imagine wanting to do that with this lens.)
With a Redrock Micro EOS-u4/3 adapter, you can control the aperture. It is not very practical in use because of the external 9V battery compartment. However, when you set the aperture and turn the adapter off, the aperture does't open up. That way it is possible to set the aperture for use on any physically compatible camera without removing the lens from a Canon camera with power on.
With respect to image quality and effective reach per weight and cost, the lens / camera combination is an excellent choice.