Comparison of lenses Minolta MD 100mm 1:2.5, Minolta MD Macro 100mm 1:4.0.
Both these lenses are from “must have” category, for different tasks of course – the macro and the tele, so, there is no need to choose one of these two – lenses aren’t competitors. The comparison has been performed just because of curiosity.
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Comparison of two different copies of Minolta MD 100mm 1:2.5. (New-MD, NMD, MDIII)
‘LensRomantic’ tests description is here. Tests of this type are mostly for collectors or tech-enthusiasts, for photographers I recommend to go directly to the lens review.
Minolta New-MD 100mm F2.5 is one of the best balanced portrait lenses – ideal combination of focal distance, aperture and IQ with weight and size. Some time ago, it was forgotten, but today the lens is becoming popular again, and it is harder and harder to find it.
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This article demonstrates a few examples which were taken with Minolta MD 100/2.5.
Caption: Greece – Crete – Bali, Minolta MD 100mm F2.5, Sony A7II, Capture One, 2x resized
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Comparison of lenses Minolta MC Rokkor PF 100mm 1:2.5 vs Minolta MC Rokkor QE 100mm 1:3.5 vs Minolta MD 100mm 1:2.5
100mm is very popular portraiture focal distance for today, demanded by photographers. Instead of 135mm the number of available 100mm lenses are times less, and prices can’t be called as small. Each of these three tested lenses has a different feature that makes every lens strong. Therefore, the final choice is likely to be based not on the sharpness but on personal preferably of photographer. Anyway, let’s select a champion in resolution.
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Another Minolta MD (New-MD, MD III) 100mm F2.5 lens review.
‘The best’ – are appropriated words if linked with this 100/2.5. Guarantied result on a taken photo, no any surprises, no need to close aperture. Was underrated but it looks like that people start to understand what gem it is and prices started to grow.
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