Konica Minolta 50mm f/3.5 MD Macro

The Konica Minolta 50mm f/3.5 MD Macro features 50mm at focal length with maximum aperture of f/3.5. The lens construction has 6 elements in 4 groups and has diagonal angle of view at 47 degrees. Closest focusing distance at 0.7′ and has a filter size of 55mm. The Konica Minolta 50mm f/3.5 MD Macro lens weighs 11 ounces and it measures 2.5 inches in diameter and 2.2 inches long.

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The 50mm f/3.5 MD macro is a normal lens with macro capability for the MD mount of Minolta cameras. The 50mm macro is great for situations where one desires intimacy with the subject-such as taking pictures of a stamp, fungus, etc. It is lightweight and works just as well for subjects at infinity as it does for closeup operations. The lens produces exceptionally great detail photos.


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