I love the old Minolta MC / MD glass. They made so many good lenses. I believe my first adapted glass was the Rokkor-X 50mm 1.7 - at some point I put it on a speed booster and liked it so much that I bought the 50mm 1.4 so I will have both, which lead to the 58mm 1.4 (maybe my favorite) and the 135mm 2.8 and 200mm 3.5 - only "bad" vintage Minolta glass I have is a 28mm 2.8 Celtic (budget version, I believe). They just made so much great vintage glass, and most of it is still affordable.Taken with what can only be described as a vintage lens - my adapted Minolta MD Tele-Rokkor 200mm f/4 prime, stopped down to f/8. The combination of excellent old-school Minolta glass + the rendering of my relatively new Olympus E-M5.3 - is rather interesting.
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