I am thinking about buying a digital camera, namely a Panasonic Lumix GX80/GX85 Micro Four Thirds (M4/3).
Though, I do not intent to spend money on lenses very soon, and would like to remain using only the kit lens plus some old lenses I have at home together with some adapters, namely:
M42, from an old Praktica camera:
- macro 28mm f/2.8
- tele 135mm f/2.8
- standard 50mm f/2.8
Sony/Minolta A-mount (APS-C):
- Konica Minolta AF DT 18–70mm f/3.5–5.6
- Minolta MC Tele Rokkor 200mm f/4.5
Additionally I would also have the M4/3 kit lens from the Lumix camera:
- Panasonic Lumix G Vario 12-32mm f/3.5–5.6 ASPH. Lens
I like M4/3 because of the nice features that Panasonic is providing (4k photo, focus stacking, post focus), and also because it is an open standard that is likely to be used by many manufacturers in the future, though I fear that the sensor size difference might make the lenses I intend to use very unusable. Do you think that these lenses will be okay to use with this camera, or is is maybe more reasonable to look at APS-C MILCs, such as the Sony a6000, because the results will be much better with it?
I still do not know what kind of photography I fancy most, since I am rather new to digital photography, having mostly a film photography background.