Minolta 50mm F/2 MD Lens

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The Minolta MD III was is a vintage camera lens that was first introduced in 1981 and is distinguishable from it’s predecessors by its 49mm filter thread. The lens is sharp and has surprisingly good flare resistance.


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Technical Specifications


Focal Length (35mm format): 50mm
Maximum Aperture: f/2
Minimum Aperture: f/22
Mount format: MD Mount
Format: 35mm Film
Angle of View (35mm format): 45°
Focusing Distance: 45cm to Inifinity
Elements/Groups: 6/5
Number of Blades: 6
Focus type: Manual
Filter size: 49mm
Manufacturer: Minolta


Where to buy


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  • Sharpness wide open

  • Sharpness at f/8


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