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Discussion in 'Adapted Lenses' started by UkrainianOne, Sep 2, 2011.
Behold! The Soligor 28 - 80mm F:3.5-4.5 Ø62 MD Mount
No offense, but that's not a very good lens. It's cool if you're going for the oldie-film type look, but that's just because it has questionable sharpness and low contrast. If you have a Minolta SR-mount adapter, look at these threads:
Go here to the bottom of the page, and then scroll to the next page as well:
Adapted Lens Sample Image Archive - Page 3 - Micro Four Thirds User Forum
First off let it be know that I am poor, i cannot afford these rokkor lenses, and im against the AF lenses becuase a monkey could shoot a photo that way. Second, i am a begginner in the :43: - DSLR world, I am trying my best every day to learn something new and practice on the focusinng with the lenses I have ( all MF ) i have almost every variation of size for the M42 mount, and now have moved on to the MD mount, i have come to realize that each lens has its flaws and personality. And from an Artistic point of view, why does every lens have to be as sharp as the next person's lens? Basically what im sayin is, dont hate, becuase im sure if people hated on the old timers here when they were young, they would have never gotten to the skill level they are at right now becuase they would be discouraged to keep up with the evolution of photograph.
Be happy with your zoom !
I've got a similar Tamron in OM mount :
It's a fun lens, and the macro setting can be very handy at times.
Hey, congrats on your new Soligor
Make the most of what you've got, that's always been my motto.
Enjoy your new lens, and I look forward to seeing more pictures from it.