Hi everyone! I’m using a NEX-6 for quite a while now and I absolutely love this camera. I only have a single native lens for it and 3 Minolta MDs at the moment. I’ll buy the SEL55210 and a native UWA lens, but the rest of the focal length will be covered by legacy lenses. I really enjoy using manual glass and it helps me to really focus on the picture and not falling back to my old point&shoot habit ^^. I’m currently adapting Minolta MC/MD lenses at the moment and I’ll probably pick up a few lenses more for this lens, but I thinking about getting into a second legacy mount. I’m looking for a mount with good lenses (nice performance to price ration) and FF coverage, because I would love to use the lenses on a FF-NEX in the future. I would love to have a 40ish, 50ish, 80ish and 135ish lens and I want to fill this hole with more MD lenses or lenses from another mount. Konica AR I just found out about the Konica AR mount. The Konica Hexanon AR 40 f/1.8, 50mm f/1.8 and 85 mm f/1.8 look like excellent lenses, but there’s one uncertainty. Does the Konica AR lenses cover full frame or only half frame? I haven’t found any information about this topic on the internet. Canon FD One of the classics to adapt on the NEX. A lot of nice glass, but good lenses can get expensive really quickly (at least in my area). Contax/Yashica The Carl Zeiss Carl Zeiss Tessar T* 45mm f/2.8 and Planar T* 85mm f1.4 look like absolutely fantastic lenses, but I’m not sure if I want to invest that much in two lenses, especially since I’m using an APS-C camera at the moment. I’ve heard that the Yashica lenses are not bat as well, does anyone has some experience with them? M39 Lot of nice Russian lenses, but the QC was not really good during production. Is it worth the risk? Do you have a personal tip for another mount to invest? Of course, I can and probably invest in more than just one more mount, but sometimes there’s the opportunity to get a camera with a few lenses. Which lens mount do you prefer and which lenses do you use regularly? The only thing I want is full frame coverage. EDIT: It looks like Konica AR mount supports full frame. Awesome!