One of the most fun things about using a Micro 4/3 camera is the fact that you can attach old/ vintage lenses to it via an adapter. The adapter will vary depending on the kind of mount that the adapted lens has so be sure to know what mount the vintage lens has before buying it. You should factor in the price of the adapter and its availability before making the purchase of the lens.
Although I will agree that a micro 4/3 might not be the perfect system on which to mount your legacy lenses due to the 2x crop factor (a 50mm lens will yield a 100mm filed of view equivalent on 35mm standard, a 28mm vintage lens will effectively offer a 56mm field of view, etc) you can still have a lot of fun with old lenses and your Olympus micro 4/3 camera.
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