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Robert Benson wanted to use a Noctilux 50 f/1.0 on a digital camera, and couldn’t afford a Leica M9 at the time. He decided to figure out a way to make an EOS 5D Mark II take M lenses, which requires a lot of modification to the 5D Mark II.
This is a pretty astonishing accomplishment, and I love when people follow through on an “impossible” idea.
Robert also offers a HDMI wireless video monitor kit for your DSLR.