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Ok, so after receiving my adaptor a few weeks ago... I've created an unscientific review of the Lens Turbo for Canon FD on my nex 7 http://themartist.com/lens-turbo-canon-fd-review/ If you don't feel like reading the review, the bottom line is I am happy with it... even though It appears that those with more pixel peeping prowess are confirming that its inferior to the speedbooster. I still see many advantages using it for stills, but I'm sure that the benefits may be even more useful for video purposes. This bring me to two main questions. 1. If there are any specific shots, or methods you'd like me to test either stills or video on the Lens Turbo - please let me know and I'll do my best. I have a canon fd 50mm 1.4 and 20mm 2.8 for the lens turbo. 2. What positive/negative impact will the speedbooster or lens turbo have on going the anamorphic route? What type of setup would be best, and how would one be able to have a nice compact (ish) setup to match the Nex's diminutive benefits. The dream is having an affordable small full-frame in the nex that is easy to travel with and may shoot some awesome anamorphic footage. Appreciate any input or questions from either Andrew or the rest of you guys.
I've been really struggling with this choice over the last month. I'm going travelling for a year and want a small but high quality camera to take with me. I take a lot of video, it's literally a function I use every day. I know I will be filming and editing a lot while I'm traveling. I'm hoping that those experienced in video will be able to make my choice easier by recommending one over the other. So, for someone who uses video a lot and does want high quality, the OM-D or a NEX camera?