Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras

Meta Reviews The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras

The Best Vintage Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras

The Best Minolta AF Lenses – In this Camera Lens Section of Photography Reviews, Meta Reviews The Best Minolta AF Lenses for Sony Digital Cameras.

Meta’s Recommended Minolta AF Lenses all have 4 to 5 Star Ratings on Amazon!

Cheap Sony Digital Camera Lenses – It doesn’t have to cost a small fortune when it comes to purchasing Good Quality Lenses for your Sony Digital Camera! Many Beginner Photographers don’t know that you can use Inexpensive Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses on Sony Digital Cameras, Sony A-Mount Cameras and Sony E-Mount Cameras (with LA-EA4 A-Mount Adapter).

Vintage Minolta AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras – All “Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses”, “Minolta AF Lenses”, “Minolta Dyxum Lenses” and “Minolta Alpha Lenses” will auto focus on today’s modern Sony Digital Cameras, including the latest Full Frame Sony a99 II Camera. Auto Focusing is performed by a Motor Driven Shaft, which is still present in all Sony A-Mount Cameras and in the LA-EA4 A-Mount Adapter.

Where To Buy The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras

Meta Reviews The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses – Meta’s Collection of 1985 Heavy Metal Lenses

Vintage Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses
Meta’s Sony a77 II Digital Camera with Some of her 1985 Heavy Metal Body Vintage Minolta AF Maxxum Lenses
Photo Left to Right: 35–70mm, 24–50mm, 35–105mm, 100–200mm, 28–135mm, 70–210mm, 75–300mm and 50mm mounted on Meta’s Sony a77 II Digital Camera.

1985 Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses – Cheap Sony Lenses

Where To Buy The Best Cheap Sony Lenses – New Sony Lenses can be Very Expensive! Meta purchased these 12 “Mint” and “Like New” 1985 Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses, (Photo: Above), for around $700 or about the cost of 1 Brand New Sony Lens! These Mint Condition Vintage Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses have their original Minolta Front and Rear Lens Caps, plus their original Stock Minolta Lens Hoods!

Meta took the Top of Page Photo of the Red Tailed Hawk with a Minolta AF Zoom 70–210mm f/4.0 Lens mounted on her Sony a77 II Digital Camera. Not bad for a 1985 Film Camera Zoom Lens!

The History of Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses and Sony’s Camera Division

Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses – Between 1985 and 2006 (before Sony Bought Minolta’s Film Camera Division), nearly 17 million Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses were manufactured in Japan by Minolta Company Limited, making Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses easy to very find in “Mint” or “Like New” Condition, and at affordable prices on amazon.com. Many of these Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses were originally sold with Vintage Minolta Maxxum Film Cameras, such as the Minolta Maxxum 9000 Film Camera (Photo: Left).

The A-Mount Lens Mounts on the Minolta Film Camera and the Sony a77 II Digital Camera (Photos: Left) are identical.

Meta’s Top Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Camera

100mm f/2.8 Macro – One of the Best Macro Lenses Ever Made
24–50mm f/4 (Constant Aperture)
35–70mm f/4 (Constant Aperture)
70–210mm f/4 (Constant Aperture “Beer Can” Lens)
28–135mm f/4–4.5 – Sharp (Very Wide Focus Range)
50mm f/1.7 – Super Sharp and Very Cheap

Where To Buy The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras

Photos By Meta – Used Minolta Lenses – Buying, Inspection, Cleaning and Storage

Used Minolta Lenses – Buying, Inspection, Cleaning and Storage

When Meta buys Mint Condition Vintage Minolta AF Lenses for her Sony Digital Cameras, they go through a Detailed Physical Inspection, Cleaning and Storage Process before buyer acceptance. Meta only purchases Like New or Mint Condition Lenses. She has found that the Best Quality Minolta AF Lenses come directly from Professional Japanese Camera Shops, and NOT from Garage Sale Resellers that are often found on ebay.

Minolta Lens Physical Inspection
1) Verify Serial Number and Lens Description match the Online Item Description. Verify you have received all the correct lens accessories; lens caps, lens hoods, cases, that were advertised online with the item. Meta has received the wrong shipment in the past.

2) Check for any Physical Damage and Excessive Wear. If Damaged, Stop Immediately and Contact Seller!

3) Check the Lens Cap Clips and Lens Hood for functionality, fit and are the correct model number.

Minolta Lens Optical Inspection
1) Scratches and Chips in the Lens Optics are a Major Defect and should be rejected and returned to the seller.

2) Look carefully through the Lens with the aperture lever held open. Any fine dust particles won’t have any impact on image quality. Mold and Fungus can occur in many older lenses due to years of damp storage. This is totally unacceptable. Check for any oil on the rear optics around the aperture blades. Oil on the rear optics is another serious defect. Don't accept any lenses with major optical problems.

Minolta Lens Mechanical Inspection
1) Focus Ring – It should function very smoothly and not stick. Look for excessive wear. Don’t worry about any White Rubber Oxidation, it can be removed (Photo: Left).

2) Zoom Ring – On Zoom Lenses, this should very function smoothly and not stick. Look for excessive wear and looseness. Check for any Zoom Lens Creep due to gravity.

3) Filter Threads – Attach an old UV Filter to the lens as a filter thread check. It should screw on and off smoothly. Never force a lens filter onto a lens. If the filter threads are tight, it could indicate the filter threads have a flat spot because the lens was dropped – Reject It.

4) Aperture Blades – The Aperture Blades should function very smoothly and snap back quickly (Photo: Left). Check inside for any oil on the aperture blades and rear interior optics. Oil on the Aperture Blades is a Reject.

5) Rear Mounting Plate – Verify the 4 Phillips Plate Screws are tight – Don’t over tighten. (Photo: Left). Check for excessive mounting plate wear and for metal on metal scraping or damage. This is an indicator of how many times the lens was mounted and unmounted.

Minolta Lens Function Test On Your Sony Digital Camera
1) Perform a Basic Function Test on your Sony A-Mount Camera – Mount the lens on your Sony Digital Camera and run through some basic operation and function tests, including zoom, manual and auto focus. Take a few test shots inside and outside. Check the image quality and sharpness of the photos. How does the photo quality compare to your other Minolta AF Lenses?

Final Lens Approval – Pass or Fail – Keep It or Return It
If you are satisfied with the Overall Lens Inspection and Camera and Lens Tests, you should remove the lens from your Sony Digital Camera and start the cleaning and detailing process.

Any defective items should be returned in their original condition. Don’t clean it!

Minolta Lens Cleaning and Detailing
1) Lens Exterior – Carefully wipe down the exterior of the lens with Alcohol Cleaning Wipes to remove any dirt, grease and oil. Clean the lens mounting area and gold plated contacts with a Wooden Q-Tip and alcohol.

2) Rubber Oxidation – You can remove any white oxidation on the Rubber Filter and Zoom Rings with a Wooden Q-Tip and Alcohol Cleaning Wipes. This might take a little rubbing, but it eventually comes off. This is a cosmetic cleaning, but also recommended.

3) Lens Optics – Blow off any visible dust. Clean the lens optics with Moist Lens Cleaning Wipes and a Microfiber Lens Cloth.

4) Lens Mounting Area – Remove any fine dust or fine fibers from the rear black felt strip with a Microfiber Lens Cloth. This is another indicator of how much the lens was used. Any dust or small fibers from inside the lens will eventually make their way onto your Camera’s Sensor or Translucent Mirror.

5) Lens Caps and Lens Hoods – Clean the lens caps and lens hood in warm water and dish soap. Finish off with an Alcohol Cleaning Wipe. Fine Scratches in the Plastic Lens Caps and Lens Hoods can be easily buffed out with some Brasso!

Minolta Lens Storage and Moisture Protection
1) Minolta Camera Lenses are a long term investment. Meta stores each lens in a Lowepro Lens Case. She adds a Silica Gel Pack in each lens case for moisture protection. Her Minolta lenses are then stored in a dry area packed with more Silica Gel Packs.

2) Meta installs a Hoya CPL UV Filter on all of her Minolta lenses for additional Lens Protection.

Minolta Lens Identification and Cataloging
1) Meta keeps a computer database of every Minolta lens she has purchased, including the: Lens Description, MFD, Serial Number, Lens Condition, Seller, Date, Country of Origin (for International Customs) and Purchase Price. This information is also printed and attached to the Lowepro Lens Case on a Small ID Tag.

Where To Buy The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses For Sony Digital Cameras

How to Select and Use Minolta SLR Cameras

How to Select and Use Minolta Maxxium SLR Cameras

– Carl Shipman

A complete handbook for Minolta Maxxum 5000, Minolta Maxxum 7000, Minolta Maxxum 9000 Film Cameras, Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses, Minolta Maxxum Flash Units, Data Backs and Program Backs, and other system accessories and applications! 160 pages with color and black and white illustrations. This rare book also covers many of the Vintage Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses listed below.

First Edition – 1987
Second Edition – 1989

Meta Reviews The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Macro Lenses for Sony Digital Cameras

Minolta AF 100mm f/2.8 Macro Lens

One of the One of the Best Macro Lenses Ever Made! The Minolta AF 100mm f/2.8 Macro Lens is Meta’s Favorite Minolta Macro Lens and her most used Lens. It produces the most amazing Macro Photography. Meta uses this lens on flowers and bugs, and even as a 100mm Prime Lens for Weddings and Portraits. The sharp results are amazing! The clarity and sharp focus are astounding, even using large apertures in low light conditions. 5 Star Rated!

Price Meta Paid: $65 Mint Condition at Yard Sale.

Superseded by Sony Lens with Identical Optics: SAL100M28

Lowepro 9 x 13 cm Lens Case
Minolta Review | Minolta Specification

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1986 US Dollars)
16°
0.35 M
f/32
75 x 99 mm
520 g
ø55mm
150mm
$848

Meta Reviews The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Zoom Lenses for Sony Digital Cameras

Minolta AF Zoom 70–210mm f/4.0 Lens – The Famous “Beer Can Lens”

This is The Famous 1985 Heavy Metal “Beer Can Lens”. Many lighting situations require a Constant Aperture f/4.0 telephoto zoom lens that can isolate specific details from a distance. This big boy was often sold along with the 35–70mm f/4.0 Zoom Lens (Below), to cover the full 35–210mm at a Constant Aperture of f/4.0. These are very easy to find in excellent condition. Heavy for Walk Around Use. Great for shooting Hummingbirds and for Close-Up Photography. Amazing Sharp Lens. 5 Star Rated!

Useful Macro Mode at 210mm.
Price Meta Paid: $67 Mint Condition.

Lowepro 9 x 16 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification | Watch a Video Review
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
23° – 8°
1.1 M
f/32
74 x 152 mm
695 g
ø55mm
105–315mm
$245

Minolta AF Zoom 35–70mm f/4.0 Lens – Kit Lens for Minolta Film Cameras

This Constant Aperture f/4.0 zoom lens offers great versatility in a compact, lightweight lens. This zoom lens has become a very popular kit lens since it covers the wide angle to telephoto range used most often. Its responsive, adapting to most hand held situations in an instant. This very popular kit lens was often sold with the 70–210mm f/4.0 Zoom Lens (Above), to cover the full range of 35–210mm at a Constant Aperture of f/4.0. This is one of Meta’s Favorite Light Weight Walk Around Lens. Great for General Walk Around Lens plus Close-Up Photography. 4 Star Rated!

Macro Switch at 70mm.
Price Meta Paid: $37.

Lowepro 9 x 9 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
36° – 34°
1.0 M
f/22
42 x 23 mm
255 g
ø49mm
52–105mm
$194

Minolta AF Zoom 100–200mm f/4.5

For Nature Photographers who regularly work at longer distances, this Constant Aperture f/4.5, 100–200mm range Minolta AF Lens is an excellent choice. This lens extends out when zooming. Sharp Telephoto Lens. Cheaper and lighter alternative to the heavy 70–210mm f/4.0, but without the Macro Mode. Great Minolta Lens for Birding. 4 Star Rated!

No Macro Mode.
Price Meta Paid: $45 Mint Condition.


Lowepro 9 x 13 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification | Watch a Video Review
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
16° – 8°
1.9 M
f/22
70 x 95 mm
375 g
ø49mm
150–300mm
$228
Minolta AF Zoom Maxxum 24-50mm f/4.0
Minolta AF 24–50mm f/4.0 Zoom Lens

Minolta AF Zoom 24–50mm f/4.0

This Wide Angle Zoom Lens has a Constant Aperture of f/4.0 and is ideal for Waterfall Photography and Wide Angle Landscape Photography. This compact light, weight lens was Expensive in 1985 dollars. Hard to Find. This is Meta’s Favorite Waterfall Photography Lens with a 55mm Variable ND Filter. Not Rated!

No Macro Mode.
Price Meta Paid: $50.

Lowepro 9 x 9 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
56° – 32°
0.35 M
f/22
69 x 60 mm
285 g
ø55mm
36–75mm
$463

Minolta AF Zoom 28–135mm f/4.0–4.5 – “Secret Handshake Lens”

This big and heavy (heavier than the Beer Can Lens), but tremendously versatile zoom lens lets you move from wide, sweeping effects to much closer details. Many Minolta Photographers referred to this lens as the “Secret Handshake Lens”, based on an urban legend that it was a codesigned by Minolta and Leica. This lens also works well for Close-Up Photography. On a Full Frame Sony a99 II Camera, this Minolta AF 28–135mm f/4.0–4.5 is an excellent walk around lenses. Unlike other Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses, this one has a large ø72mm front element, with the focusing ring in the rear, which takes getting used to. There was no Stock Lens Hood, but this 3rd Party 72mm Snap On Lens Hood works very well. This is Meta’s favorite Walk Around Lens, plus it does very good Close-Up Photography at 28mm. 5 Star Rated!

Macro Mode Switch at 28mm.
Aperture Change Point: f/4.0 28–40mm, f/4.5 40–135mm.
Price Meta Paid: $155 Mint Condition.

Lowepro 11 x 14 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
50° –12°
1.5 M / .244 Macro
f/22–f/27
75 x 109 mm
770 g
ø72mm
42–203mm
$525

Minolta AF Zoom 75–300mm f/4.5–5.6 Lens – “Big Beer Can Lens”

The Famous “Big Beer Can Lens” extends almost a foot long with the Lens Hood attached. Versatile 75–300mm zoom lens, f/4.5– 5.6, is ideal for a variety of purposes, from Sports Action to Portraiture, as well as Hummingbirds and Close-Up Photography. 4 Star Rated!

Macro Mode at 300mm.
Aperture Change Point: f/4.5 75–100mm, f/5.0 100–135mm, f/5.6 135–300mm.
Price Meta Paid: $75 Mint Condition.

Lowepro 9 x 16 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification | Watch a Video Review
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
21° –5°
1.5 M
f/32
74 x 163 mm
865 g
ø55mm
112–450mm
$542

Minolta AF Zoom 28–85mm f/3.5–4.5

This handy mid-range zoom gives you great flexibility in handling a variety of subjects. Can also function for Close-Up Photography. 4 Star Rated!

Macro Mode Switch at 28mm.
Aperture Change Point: f/3.5 28–35mm, f/4.0 35–60mm, f/4.5 60–85mm.
Price Meta Paid: $35 New In Box.





Lowepro 9 x 13 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
50° –19°
0.8 M / 0.9 Macro
f/22–f/32
69 x 86 mm
490 g
ø55mm
42–128mm
$280

Minolta AF Zoom 35–105mm f/3.5–4.5

Very Popular Compact Lens – Easy to Find. Can also function for Close-Up Photography. 5 Star Rated!

Useful Macro Mode Switch at 105mm.
Aperture Change Point: f/3.5 35–36mm, f/4.0 36–70mm, f/4.5 70–105mm.
Price Meta Paid: $55 Rare Early Crossed XX Version.



Lowepro 9 x 13 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
42° –12°
1.4 M / 0.41 Macro
f/22–f/32
68 x 87 mm
495 g
ø55mm
42–128mm
$350

Meta Reviews The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Prime Lenses for Sony Digital Cameras

Minolta AF 20mm f/2.8 Ultra Wide Angle Prime Lens

This Ultra Wide Angle AF Lens provides great depth of field and emphasizes perspective. Its rear focusing system ensures quick, precise focusing and corrects close focus aberrations. Its rubber focus ring provides comfortable manual focusing operation. This is Meta’s only f/2.8 Ultra Wide Angle Prime Lens, which is great for shooting Interior Photography and some of her Astrophotography and Landscape Photography. Comes with a Small Twist On Tulip Lens Hood and Leather Carrying Case. Good for Videography. 5 Star Rated!

No Macro Mode.
Price Meta Paid: $289 Mint Condition.

Superseded by Sony Lens: SAL20F28
Lowepro 11 x 11 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
70°
0.25 M
f/22
76 x 53 mm
284 g
ø72mm
30mm
$673

Minolta AF 24mm f/2.8 Wide Angle Prime Lens

Comes with a Small Twist On Tulip Lens Hood and Small Leather Carrying Case. This is Meta’s favorite f/2.8 Wide Angle Prime Lens, which is great for shooting Interior Photography and Landscape Photography. Good for Videography. 4 Star Rated!

No Macro Mode.
Price Meta Paid: $35 Mint Condition.


Lowepro 9 x 9 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specification
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
56°
0.25 M
f/22
66 x 447 mm
200 g
ø55mm
36mm
$242

Minolta AF 50mm f/1.7 Prime Lens – Inexpensive Sharp Kit Lens

This was Meta’s first 1985 Minolta Lens that she paid only $15 for. These are very easy to find at affordable prices, especially when attached to old Minolta Film Cameras, as this was a very popular Kit Lens on most Minolta Film Cameras. This was the Smallest and Lightest Minolta Lens in 1985. Tiny Built-in Useless Lens Hood. 5 Star Rated!

No Macro Mode.
Price Meta Paid: $15 Mint Condition.


Lowepro 9 x 9 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specifications
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
32°
0.45 M
f/22
66 x 39 mm
195 g
ø49mm
75mm
$74

Minolta AF 50mm f/1.4 Prime Lens – Super Sharp Kit Lens

One of the few fast Prime Lenses that can shoot wide open at 1/8,000th of a second. This is Meta’s favorite Super Sharp Prime Lens for shooting in Low Light and for Hummingbirds. This sharper lens is very similar to the more popular and less expensive 1985 Minolta AF 50mm f/1.7 Prime Kit Lens, but is getting much harder to find in Mint Condition. Tiny Built-in Useless Lens Hood. Good for Videography. 5 Star Rated!

No Macro Mode.
New Purchased Price: $160 New in Box.

Lowepro 9 x 9 cm Lens Case
Minolta Lens Review | Minolta Lens Specifications
1985 Minolta Owner’s Manual

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Minimum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
32°
0.45 M
f/22
66 x 39 mm
235 g
ø49mm
75mm
$153

Meta Reviews The Best Minolta Maxxum AF Teleconverters for Sony Telephoto Lenses

Minolta AF 1.4x Tele Converter-II APO

These are less expensive than their equivalent Sony models, but you won’t get auto-focusing on any Sony Lenses (Old 5 pin vs. New 8 pin). These aren’t compatible with Sony’s SSM Auto Focusing System, but they will work on the Sony 70–200mm f/2.8 in Manual Focus Only, turning this White Sony Lens on a Sony a77 II Digital Camera into a Manual Focus 105–300mm f/4.0, which isn’t that bad. Minimum Aperture Size is now limited to f/4.0 (Half Stop Light Loss).The Minolta AF II APO have updated gearing for High Speed Focusing. This will Auto Focus on select Minolta Prime Lenses. Comes with a nice leather carrying case. Check which lenses this teleconverter works with before buying it. Not Rated!

New Purchased Price: $198 New in Box.

Lowepro 7 x 8 cm Lens Case
Minolta Review | Minolta Specification

Angle of View
for APS-C
Minimum Focus
Distance (MFD)
Maximum Aperture Size
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
Weight
Filter Diameter
APS-C
Crop Factor
MSPR
(1985 US Dollars)
N/A
Same as Lens
f/4.0
64 x 20 mm
168 g
N/A
N/A

$550

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