Comparison of lenses Minolta MC Rokkor PF 135mm f/2.8, MC Rokkor QD 135mm f/3.5, and MD 135mm f/2.8.
135mm is the very popular focal distance for many styles of photography: portraiture, landscapes, street-photo, etc. – it’s great for scenes which are required compressed perspective for a more tight feeling of the picture. This comparison should show the difference between very budget manual 135mm lenses. Actually, Minolta produced the only one expensive 135mm – the famous MD 135mm 1:2.0, and all another 15 models for SR-mount looks cheap enough, so, three are here.
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Comparison of lenses Minolta MD Zoom 75-150mm 1:4.0, Minolta MD 85mm 1:2.0 and Minolta MD 135mm 1:2.8. All lenses are New-MD generation (MDIII by collectors classification)
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Comparison of lenses Minolta MD 135mm 1:2.8, Minolta MD 135mm 1:3.5
There is repeated again and again on many resources that Minolta MD 135mm f/3.5 has a great sharpness. It’s true. And just imagine – if the cheapest and simplest Minolta MD 135mm has so great reputation, what’s about others?
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Comparison of lenses Minolta MD 135mm 1:2.0, Minolta MD 135mm 1:2.8
Two the best 135mm lenses in absolutely different prices categories.
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Another Minolta New MD (MD III) 135mm F2.8 lens review.
‘Must have’ lens for portraiture – very convenient in use and with guarantee of result. Low prices on auctions looks very strange, the lens is absolutely undervalued for today.
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