Minolta AF 28-80mm f/4-5.6

(3 customer reviews)

The Minolta AF 28-80mm f/4-5.6 is a camera glass that offers a range of focal lengths from wide angle to short telephoto. It allows for autofocus or manual focus, giving the photographer more control over their shots. The lens has multiple lens elements and lens coating, which helps to reduce glare and improve image quality. The aperture range is f/4-5.6, which is suitable for well-lit environments. The build quality is decent, and it was manufactured in the past. The resolution of the photos taken with this photographic lens is satisfactory. There are alternatives available in the market that offer better performance, but this lens is a good option for those on a budget. The bokeh, or the quality of the out-of-focus areas, is average. Overall, the Minolta AF 28-80mm f/4-5.6 is a decent camera glass that can produce satisfactory results.

Optical design

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

80 mm long, requires consideration if you want to carry in the camera bag. 55 mm lens filter diameter, commonly filter size, you have plenty of possibilities. Weights 240 grams so consider putting to your camera bag.


Basic data


Filter (mm)55
Length (mm)80
Min focus (m)8
Weight (g)240
Aperture4.0 – 5.6/32
Focal Length (mm)28-80

Overall rating

based on 19 reviews

color (4.11)

distortion (3.95)

flare control (3.53)

mechanical quality (3.63)

sharpness (3.61)


3 reviews for Minolta AF 28-80mm f/4-5.6

  1. allphotolenses.com

    1.0 allphotolenses.com user rated as 2.2/5

  2. dyxum.com

    19 dyxum.com user rated as 3.76/5

  3. lens-club.ru

    3 lens-club.ru user rated as 4.25/5

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