Minolta manual focus standard lenses Part 4 !
Because we can’t speak english
I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence,
but I would like you to understand
This column introduces various types of lenses used for film SLR cameras, but this time we will introduce the manual for the film SLR camera released in 1958 by Minolta, which is on sale at our Vintage Shop Japan Inc. Introducing the focus standard lens.
What is a standard lens?
There are many theories, but in general, a standard lens is a lens with a focal length of 50mm or 55mm that comes with an SLR camera. A standard lens is the lens that we perceive as closest to human vision.
We have our maintenance report column on standard lenses, which you can find here.
Let us introduce you to our products.
MINOLTA AUTO ROKKOR-PF 55mm f/1.8
*This item is in as-is condition.
The lens body has minor scuffs and scratches from age and normal use.
The front lens is
There are a few scratches and slight mold.
And dust is apparent.
Slight oil stains can be seen on the aperture feathers.
Rear lens has dust.
A small amount of oil staining can be seen on the squeeze feathers.
The lens mount will be Minolta SR mount.
The movement of the focusing ring can be light or heavy.
The aperture feathers work normally.
The product is in the condition described in red text above and is therefore in as-is condition.
This lens was made about 65 years ago, so it is in the same condition as above, but I think it is one of those lenses that you can easily enjoy vintage lenses.
So far, we have introduced the manual focus standard lens for film SLR cameras released by Minolta in 1958, which is on sale at our Vintage Shop Japan Co., Ltd.
We will continue to introduce various cameras and lenses in the future, so please look forward to it!
In addition to the cameralens introduced this time, we also sell vintage cameras and lenses, anime goods, and radio cassette recorders, so please see the URL below.
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Writer Takashi Okumura