When Does Using Adapted Glass on Your Mirrorless Camera Stop Making Sense?

Pentax Film Lenses

Many photographers, myself included, often tout the ability of mirrorless cameras to utilize old film era lenses to save money and try new focal lengths without breaking the bank. But at what point does doing this actually, make sense, and when does it start to be a bad decision.
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