Thursday, July 24, 2014

Minolta MC Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 - Sample Pictures

Mirrorless cameras have given new life to so many old lenses, including the Minolta MC/MD lenses, and the Sony A7/A7r/A7s restore the perspectives that these lenses were designed for.  I am a fan of Minolta manual focus lenses. They are (or were) very affordable with great optics and are well-built.

The Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 is quite a large and heavy lens. It's built like a tank. Optically, it's not bad, considering its age. Quite sharp from f5.6 on but lots of colour flinging in contrasty scenes. For a relatively cheap price, I think this lens is worthy to have a round, if you need a moderately long lens.

Fallen - Minolta MC Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 & Sony A7. Click for larger.

Best Friends - Minolta MC Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 & Sony A7. Click for larger.

Catch - Minolta MC Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 & Sony A7. Click for larger.

Taking a break - Minolta MC Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 & Sony A7. Click for larger.

Me Time- Minolta MC Rokkor-QF 200mm f3.5 & Sony A7.

4 comments:

  1. Best Friends: a lovely, peaceful image - wonderful

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  2. Very nice photos, where is this place?

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