Minolta AF 28 mm f/ 2 Lens
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|Format: 35mm SLR|
Type: Prime lens
Focusing: Auto Focus (AF)
Lens mounts: Sony A / Minolta A
First year of production: 1986
Last year of production: 1999
Optical design: 9 elements in 9 groups
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Views (4766)Average price: $663
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The Minolta AF 28 mm f/ 2 belongs to the legendary Minolta lineup with f/2 constant lens speed, being one of the best Minolta lenses ever.
Pros: good and accurate color rendering, even sharpness on the edges even on full frame! Good sharpness and contrast!
Cons: on a cropped sensor a focal length of 42 mm turns the lens from a wide-angle into a portrait lens. High price.
Filter diameter: 55 mm
Dimensions (length x diameter): 66.5 х 49.5 mm
Max. magnification: 0.13x
The filter does not rotate while focusing.
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Posted by: shubshik Date of publication: 03.10.2010
Photos taken with this lens Minolta AF 28 mm f/ 2:
really poor flare
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