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Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro Lens

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Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro lens

Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro lens

Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro lens

Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro lens

Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro lens

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Minolta SR (MD, MC)

First year of production: 1966

Last year of production: 1972

Optical design: 6 elements 4 группы

Features: Macro lens
User reviews (1)

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Owners (2)

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Average price: $130

Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
50mmf/3.5f/2260.2355331/11,756/2,2

Additional information:

 

The Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro is a normal macro prime lens for SLR Minolta SR (MD, MC) cameras.

There are several versions of this lens. This article reviews the lens manufactured in 1966-1972. Unlike the following versions, this one features an all-metal lens body.


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Posted by: strig86   Date of publication: 27.05.2013



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Mechanical quality4.676
Optical quality4.336
Usability4.336
Pricing / Value4.176
Bokeh3.836
Overall lens rating
4.27

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Owner reviews: Minolta Rokkor-QF 50 mm f/ 3.5 MC Macro

ProfHankD 09.01.2016 19:21:35
Period of use: 48 months

Strengths:

 

Simply the best in its class IQ at all focus distances on both APS-C and FF. Almost never flares. This is a lens that "just works" no matter what. The usual Minolta Rokkor smoothness in focus; excellent build quality. Realy cheap too.



Weaknesses:

If only it could do 1:1 without an adapter....


Comments:

Mine is the version with the rubber focus grip. Canon FL 50mm f/3.5 wouldn't be far behind it... if it didn't flare horrifically.