Minolta AF 24-50mm f/4

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The Minolta AF 24-50mm f/4 is a camera glass with a zoom feature that is suitable for full-frame cameras. It has a mid-grade lens with seven aperture blades that provide an average brightness and a rounded out-of-focus circle shape. The lens weighs 285 grams and has a 55mm filter diameter, which is a common size. It is 70mm long, so it may require some consideration when carrying it in a camera bag. The lens has autofocus capabilities and has manual focus alternatives. It has lens elements that are coated to reduce glare and improve image quality. The manufacturing time of this lens is not specified. The lens has a fixed aperture of f/4, which means that it does not change when zooming in or out. The build quality of the lens is good, and it is durable. The resolution of this photographic lens is high, which means that it can capture sharp and detailed images. Some alternatives to this lens are the Minolta AF 28-85mm f/3.5-4.5 and the Minolta AF 35-70mm f/4.

Optical design

Average brightness in this league Has 7 aperture blades, mid-grade lenses usually have this amount of blades. Having rounded blades provides out of focus circle shape closer to a circle.

Physical characteristics

70 mm long, this small lens should be always in the camera bag. With a lens filter diameter of 55 mm commonly filter size, provides a range of filter options. Weights 285 grams so consider putting to your camera bag.

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2 reviews for Minolta AF 24-50mm f/4

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    50 dyxum.com user rated as 4.39/5

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