As a few of you may know, I just got a (finally functional) NEX6 a few days ago and I've been having a blast with the PZ 16-50 and the Fujian 35mm/1.7. I then also spent $40 shipped on a Minolta Rokkor 50mm MC 1.4 or something (i havent slept in 36hrs so I cant remember the name). Well I've been looking for a manual 70-210mm or something of that nature and was going to bid on a Minolta Quantaray 70-210mm yesterday and I bid with 2secs left but my bid didnt go through! It ended up selling for $40 which was too steep for me anyway as I'm a bit low on money at the moment. So my friend, so I thought, just has a Canon T3 and uses it for his art projects and stuff. But as I was showing him the NEX6 and his eyes melting from the OLED and how it can be adapted to use virtually any legacy lens, he breaks the news to me...he's got 2 legacy Canon lenses and was willing to give me one. He said he barely uses them and they're in near-mint condition and that a friend passed them onto him. He gave me this beautiful Canon EF 70-210mm f4 for free and is not accepting any money since he got it for free. He knows ill get much more use out of it since ive got focus peaking and am vigorously getting into video and photography so he was happy to give it to me. And I looked on eBay and fhey are easily going for $100ish. All in all, within a week of having my camera, I'll have the kit lens, a 35mm toy lens, a nice 50mm minolta, and a 70-210mm for some tangy moon shots...I couldn't be happier right now, especially since his friend is bringing me to our university's cinematography studio on Wednesday. I'm in love with life right now.