Some of you reading this post may have helped me in my decision to dive I to the Sony A7. If so thank you! I have been adapting lenses to my MFT system for a bit but with such affordable high quality native primes I really end up sticking with those when I shoot my em-1. However I really got a taste for adapting my legacy glass to a mirror less body but wanted a better format then a 2x crop sensor so in comes the A7. The camera is in my opinion 'conceptually the best format for adapting legacy 35mm lenses'. I say conceptually because it's not without it's limitations. I had tried in the past to adapt lenses to my (now sold) Canon EOS system and I'm not sure if it was my reluctance or the poor experience that only motivated me to do it a handful of times. So decided to visit McCauly Square, a historic village in south Miami that is just about 10 minutes from my studio. It served as the perfect place for me to really try out the new camera as there is almost nobody there during the day I could go nice and slow just like I would with my Canon AE-1 and a box of film. The lenses I used where as follows: 35mm f/2 (my fav) 50mm f1.8 (I should have brought the rokkor but hadn't used this lens in awhile so wanted to see what it could do) and the 100 f2.8 (one of the sharpest lenses in my FD arsenal) Any feedback is much appreciated. Photos were processed in LR with my own profiles. The 35 has the most CA removal but I don't care much because I love that lens. I'm pretty pleased so far.