****Please educate me on the Minolta lenses for the X700...it's my first Minolta and I'd like to get the best available glass. Thanks in advance for your help!***
Just tested the MC, PF, 58mm f1.4 on my X-700 and the lens is quite sharp, but it has a flare problem and wierd boheh wide open (well on my ordinary shot).
I've used this lens on Fuji and Jessops film and against the expert's opinions I seem to get cold results rather than warm...more like Canon lenses.
Jessop's film 200asa, some colours are peculiar to this film, I reckon more like Walmart from shots I've seen from the US.
From supermarket scanned CD, and I think the results are quite good....... for 99p
Bokeh wide open
Resistance to flare
Last edited by Excalibur2; 11-20-2009 at 02:25 AM. Click to view previous post history.
Kight leak in the last 2 (o flare)
Originally Posted by Ralph Javins
Originally Posted by Pumalite
Well how can you tell, because I don't seem to get flare when the sun is NOT towards the camera?
No contest compared to a 35mm f2.8 canon fdn:-
That's a bit of a generalisation, there are some very good MD zoom lenses, the 70-210/4 and the 28-85 f/3.5-4.5 are a couple that spring to mind.
Originally Posted by gmolzahn
Mamiya 645 Super | Nikon F4/F100 | Minolta Maxxum 9/Dynax 7/X-700/X-500/XD7/SRT-101 | Pentax Spotmatic | Canonet QL 19 (GII) | and a whole bunch of glass
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