I have been taking pictures for the last four years and have always been using some of the lenses we normally use today; EF, EF-S and Sigma. All of the lenses I have used have had autofocus and as I use the Manual mode on my EOS 40D and 350D most of the time, I have decided that I want to go as 'manual' as I possibly can. I prefer setting the camera settings manually, as I like to feel that I, not the camera, have taken the picture when I look at one of my photos. I would like to purchase one or two manual focus lenses that are compatible with my 40D and 350D but are still cheap. I have looked a lot on the internet to try to work out what lenses I should be looking at, but I just don't know where to start. I'm sure that there will be someone on this forum who could help me out and point me in the right direction as to what lenses I should consider investing in. I don't plan to spend a lot of money. It's really experimenting I want to do with them. I also realise that I will have to buy an adapter to go from the lens mount to EOS mount, so could anyone suggest any good manufacturers for lens mount converters? Cheers, Allan, 16, Scotland.