Minolta AF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5
The Minolta AF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 is a camera glass that can be used with different camera mounts. It can automatically focus on subjects or can be manually focused. It has several lens elements that help produce clear and sharp images. The lens coating helps reduce reflections and flare. It was manufactured some time ago, but can still be used on modern cameras. The aperture can be adjusted to control the amount of light that enters the lens. The build quality is good, making it durable and reliable. The lens can produce pleasing bokeh, which is the quality of the out-of-focus areas in a photo. The resolution is decent, producing images with good detail. There are other lenses available that can be used as alternatives to this lens.
Positives: The Minolta AF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 camera lens is an excellent quality lens for its price. Despite being a used lens, it looks like new and is in perfect condition. It’s lightweight and easy to handle, making it ideal for both beginners and experienced photographers. The autofocus is fast and accurate, and the image stabilization works well even in low light conditions. The image quality is sharp and the color reproduction is accurate.
Negatives: This lens has a limited focal range which may not be suitable for some photographers. The aperture range is also small, which may limit creativity in low light conditions.
Conclusion: The Minolta AF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 camera lens is an excellent choice for those looking for a good quality vintage lens at an affordable price. It’s lightweight, easy to handle, and produces sharp and accurate images. While its focal range and aperture range may not be suitable for everyone, it’s still a great lens to have in your collection. Overall, I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a versatile lens without breaking the bank.
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.
125 mm long, requires consideration if you want to carry in the camera bag. With a lens filter diameter of 62 mm you are one step from the next standard filter size, buy step-up ring and bigger filter you may want to use a step-up ring and 67 or 77mm filter. Weights 485 grams so plan ahead, carry only if really necessary.