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Minolta MD Tele Rokkor-X 100 mm f/ 2.5 Lens

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Minolta MD Tele Rokkor-X 100 mm f/ 2.5 lens

Minolta MD Tele Rokkor-X 100 mm f/ 2.5 lens

Minolta MD Tele Rokkor-X 100 mm f/ 2.5 lens

Minolta MD Tele Rokkor-X 100 mm f/ 2.5 lens

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Minolta SR (MD, MC)

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Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
100mmf/2.5f/226155375/13,264.5/2,5

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The Minolta MD Tele Rokkor-X 100 mm f/ 2.5  is a fast telephoto prime lens for 35 Minolta SR SLR cameras.

The lens body is metal.  The aperture ring has half-stop markings (f/4 - f/16).

The Minolta Rokkor 100mm f/2.5 came in three optically different variants (there were 7 modifications):

  1. PF - 6/5 optical scheme (see photo);  minimum focusing distance - 1.2 m; weight 410/410/430 g; filter 55 mm. Versions:  MC-I - June,1968, МС-II - 1969,  МС-Х - March, 1973.  (with black aperture ring)
  2. without PF - 5/5 optical scheme (see photo);  minimum focusing distance - 1.0 m; weight 375 g;  filter 55 mm. Versions: MC-Х - May, 1976, МD-I - 1977, МD-II - October, 1977.
  3. without Rokkor - 5/5 optical scheme;  minimum focusing distance - 1.0 m; weight 310 g;  filter 49 mm. Version МD-III - November, 1981.

Posted by: SharkDD   Date of publication: 27.04.2012


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