ePhotozine Vintage Review: Minolta AF 28mm F/2

Now that Sony has a pretty complete lineup of lenses adapting lenses to E-mount seems to have slowed a little, but it is good to know that there are 30+ years-old lenses on the market that can fully resolve even the highest of high-resolution cameras today. For fans of characters that do not like to give up resolution, the Minolta AF 28mm F/2 seems like a great choice based on ePhotozine vintage lens review which you can read here or check out the pros/cons below:


  • Excellent central sharpness
  • Fast, bright f/2 aperture
  • Compact, light lens
  • Sony adapter retains EXIF data
  • Easy to focus manually
  • Gorgeous colour reproduction
  • Smooth bokeh


  • Manual focus only with adapters
  • Lower edge sharpness
  • Visible edge CA
  • No weather resistance
  • Subject to flare

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