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LensWars: Chiyoko Super Rokkor 50mm f/2.8 vs. Super Rokkor 50mm f/2.0 – comparison

Comparison of lenses Chiyoko (Minolta) Super Rokkor 50mm 1:2.0, Chiyoko (Minolta) Super Rokkor 50mm 1:2.8

I have warm feelings for both lenses, and it isn’t secret that 50/2.0 is more powerful, but it may be interesting to see the difference on real samples.

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Review: Chiyoko Super Rokkor 50mm f:2.0 Minolta

Lens review: Chiyoda Kogaku Chiyoko Super Rokkor 1:2 f=5cm C (Minolta) Japan LTM/LSM/m39

Let’s no more conversations about picture rendering, 3D-pop, and bokeh of lenses – just get this Chiyoko and make a few shots.

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Review: Chiyoda Kogaku Super Rokkor 50mm f:1.8 Minolta

Lens review: Chiyoda Kogaku Super Rokkor 1:1.8 f=5cm (Minolta) Japan LTM/LSM/m39.

The first lens in Minolta’s own style – all previous looks quite similar with West Germany lenses, but this one has started the look which was continued by the SR-mount lenses up to the moment when rubberized focus rings came into industry. And it looks like that this lens was a big jump in optical IQ. Continue reading Review: Chiyoda Kogaku Super Rokkor 50mm f:1.8 Minolta