Meta Reviews Her Best Minolta AF Lenses For Sony Alpha Cameras
Meta’s Best Minolta AF Lenses For Sony Alpha Cameras
Meta shoots Nature Photography and Macro Photography with Sony Alpha Cameras and Vintage Minolta AF Lenses.
Between 1985 and 2006, nearly 17 Million Minolta AF Lenses (A-Mount Lenses) were manufactured in Japan by the Minolta Company Limited, making Minolta Lenses easy to very find online in “Mint” or “Like New” Condition, and at very affordable prices on Amazon! Many of these Minolta Lenses were originally sold with Minolta Maxxum SLR 35mm Full Frame Film Cameras. When Sony bought the Minolta Film Camera Division in 2006, Many Minolta Lenses were branded as Sony A-Mount Lenses.
Minolta AF Lenses, originally designed for Minolta AF 35mm SLR Full Frame Film Cameras, will Mount and Auto Focus on Sony Alpha Cameras; Sony A-Mount Cameras and Sony E-Mount Cameras (With New LA-EA5 A-Mount Adapter).
Meta’s Best Sony Alpha Camera Tips For Beginners
• Sony Alpha Camera Settings
• Minolta Lenses For Sony Alpha Cameras
• Digital Photography Books
Meta’s “Red Tailed Hawk” (Photo: Left) was shot with a Minolta AF 70–210mm ƒ/4 Telephoto Lens on a Sony Alpha Camera.
Meta Explains Her Best iPhone Photography Tips For Beginners
Meta’s Best iPhone Photography Tips and Videography Tips For Beginners
When not Shooting with her Sony Alpha Cameras and Vintage Minolta AF Lenses, Meta also uses Moment Pro Camera on her Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max protected by a Moment Case. This Special iPhone Case supports a Drop-in M-Series Lens Interface over all 3 iPhone Cameras, which can connect to Moment Lenses or a MoonDogLabs 52mm Filter Adapter. Meta uses a Variable ND Filter, a Circular Polarizing Filter and a Neutral Night Filter. She edits her 4K YouTube Videos using Filmora. Moment Pro Camera integrates with the DJI OM 4 Gimbal, Apple Watch and Apple AirPods Pro.
Meta Explains Her Best iPhone Photography Tips and iPhone Videography Tips For Beginners, including Detailed Reviews of iPhone Products and iPhone Accessories.
Whether you’re a Beginner iPhone Photographer experimenting with Faster Shutter Speeds for Hummingbird Photography, or you’re trying out Special Moment Lenses for iPhone Videography, Nature Photography and Wildlife Photography takes Knowledge, Patience, Persistence and Creativity to capture the Natural Beauty of the Great Outdoors!
North Carolina Nature Photographer and iPhone Videographer Meta Gatschenberger considers Nature Photography an Art Form with its own unique set of Physical Challenges.
“I’ll shoot Cougars and Bears, but I don’t shoot Weddings or Portraits!”
Ad • Remote Control – Meta uses this inexpensive Bluetooth Remote Control to Stop and Start Video Recordings and Take Remote Photographs, without having to touch the iPhone screen! Works with all iOS devices. Ultra-long control range (30 ft / 10m). Perfect for Selfies! Color coded for multiple iPhones. Runs on one CR2016 Battery.
Meta’s Best iPhone Videography Tips For Beginners
• iPhone Videography Accessories
• iPhone Videography Tips
• How To Use Moment Pro Camera For Videography
• How To Use Filmora Video Editing Software
• How To Use The DJI OM 4 Gimbal
Meta’s Best iPhone Photography Tips For Beginners
• iPhone Photography Accessories
• iPhone Photography Tips
• How To Use Moment Pro Camera For Photography
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