Minolta Colors, 28-75 2.8?

Started Feb 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Minolta Colors, 28-75 2.8?
In reply to decimusmaximus7, Feb 25, 2013

Those typical minolta colors and rendering are for the lenses of the beercan period and some later restyled versions. It is the combination of deep colors, bokeh, medium contrast and a very light glow that creates that typical minolta look, somewhat similar to Leica lenses.

This lens is a rebadged Tamron lens, with better coatings than the previous generation of lenses.

Colors are warmer and contrast is higher than with minolta lenses. Most users rate sharpness as good and colors as nice.

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