Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm 1.7
An afternoon of backing up and organising files, so the Lazy Apsos were drafted in for a play as I waited for the computer to do its thing.
It's long been one of my favourites legacy lenses to use on my crop sensor Sony camera. Bought for a tenth of the price of Sony's own 50mm prime, including the adapter required to attach it to the camera body, it's a hugely rewarding lens to use. It's built like a tank (mine was built late 1970s - early 1980s) and isn't too unwieldy on the camera. The focus-peaking system on the Sony gets around the manual focusing required with ease and, from f2.8 up, it's pretty sharp straight out of the camera.
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