Can Minolta and Konica be mounted on the same adapter?

New Daddy

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Can Minolta and Konica be mounted on the same adapter?
I'm confused, because Minolta has Minolta Konica lines, and Konica has their own lineup (Konica Hexanon?).

If there is a comprehensive guide/chart showing which lineage of lenses can be put on the same adapter, you can direct me to it too.

Thanks.
 

Hikari

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No.

Konica Minolta SLRs were the Minotla alpha mount. But Minolta has two mounts--MD (old) and alpha, which is now Sony. Konica had their own mount. Hexanon is a lens designation of the company, not a mount designations. The M-hexanon is a Leica M-mount, for example.
 
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Konica AR mount is used for their Autoreflex SLRs. It is not compatible with anything Minolta. Usually marked "K/AR" (3rd party) or "Konica AR" as I recall
 

Alanroseman

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Here's a web site called: The Rokkor Files

Everything, and I mean everything you ever wanted to know about minolta and Rokkor lenses is here....

The Rokkor Files
 

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