Canon FD > EOS adapter infinity focus
I just plunged into the EOS family in a small way, with a Canon Rebel XT. Having nothing but the kit lens, I want to use my fairly extensive collection of FD lenses, and use them for normal photography, rather than macro.
I've already noted several types available from Google, and through the various retail sources on the web. My real question is simple: is there one that will give good or better results at a reasonable price?
I know they require glass to obtain infinity focus, and the quality of that is variable, but I'd think someone made one with decent glass. Also, I'm very aware of the Canon adapter, available years ago from Professionalo services, but that was primarily made for the long white telephoto lenses costing in the thousands. I'd like to use basically 20mm to 200mm lenses, with more use of wides than teles.
Any knowledgeable help from this well-informed group will be greatly appreciated. I'm aware that other cameras are more easily adapted than the Canon, but it was a gift from a relative, and I want to spend as little as possible, while getting acceptable results.
Thanks in advance,
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