Minolta manual focus wide angle lens!
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
Minolta wide angle lens!
Today we would like to introduce Minolta’s manual focus wide angle lens that is on sale at our Vintage Shop Japan Inc.
What kind of lens is a wide angle lens?
A lens that allows a wider shooting range (angle of view) than a standard lens when shooting with an SLR camera.
The characteristics of this lens make it possible to take pictures of subjects with a greater emphasis on perspective.
A simple way to identify a wide angle lens is if the lens is marked 28mm or 35mm lens, it is a wide angle lens.
Now let us introduce our products.
Minolta M-ROKKOR 28mm f/2.8
The exterior part of the lens body is clean, but has minor scuffs and scratches from normal use.
There is fog in the front lens.
There is fogging at the edge in the rear lens.
The lens mount will be Leica M mount.
The focusing ring and aperture wings move well.
Here is a shot taken by our photographer, Mr. Okamura, using this lens.
Please see the technical report column written by Mr. Okamura about this lens, including this photo.
Click here to read the Technical Report column.
This lens has fog inside the lens itself.
At that time, many of these lenses were in this condition.
If you understand the condition of this lens before using it, you will enjoy the world of vintage lenses more.
This time, we have introduced the manual focus wide angle lens for Minolta’s film SLR camera that is on sale at our Vintage Shop Japan Inc.
Stay tuned as we continue to introduce you to a variety of lenses!
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