I recently bought a Panasonic Lumix G80 12-60 mm/F3.5-5.6 kit lens as my first proper camera (apart from point and shoot cameras). I've also found some lenses that belonged to my dad, that were used on a Praktica MTL 5B film camera. The lenses are the following (click for higher res):
Praktica MTL 5B 50mm/F1.8 Kit Lens
Sigma 70-210 mm/F4-5.6
They were stored unused for around 20 years on a photographer's bag, inside a closet in our home. They seem to be in good condition, no scratches on the glass (for what it's worth, I've looked through the viewfinder and the image seemed fine), although the house is prone to humidity getting in so I don't know if that could be an issue.
While I've studied quite a bit about digital photography, I'm very unexperienced about film/vintage stuff, so I hope someone could help me regarding these questions:
- Are there any adapters for this lenses to the
L mountMFT mount that are relatively cheap (less than 50€)?
- When adapted, what will be the actual Focal Lengths and Apertures in the M43 system?
- I'm aware that those lenses are manual focus only, but will I still get Zebras, Magnification and the likes?
- Is the quality of those lenses, after adapting, at least acceptable, or is not worth the investment/trouble?