Sony Alpha Minolta

Sony Alpha Minolta
Macro Sony Alpha?

I'm an amateur photographer and like to capture small details with Macro Lens. Can you tell me the difference between the 30MM, 50MM and 100mm f/2.4 lens. What is better. "I can buy the Minolta brand. SONY each page is too expensive. Appreciate response. Khan

Check craigslist and eBay. In addition B & H and Adorama. Yes, you can buy Minolta lenses. Minolta lenses will work on your Sony, are the Maxxum lenses. The MD and MC are the camera lenses manuals and do not fit in the Sony mount lens. Here is a review site of an assembly-lens: http://www.dyxum.com/ The difference between the lenses that the list is focal length / angle of view. The 30 mm has a wider viewing angle than the other two and is a range of regular glasses. The 50 mm is a normal lens. The 100mm is a telephoto lens. What would be the best depends on what you want to shoot. If you want to be shooting flowers and other items you can get very close, then a 30mm, 50mm or 60mm lens would work well and would be less expensive than a telephoto macro. If you want to shoot things like butterflies or bumblebees, things that will not let close, then you want a telephoto macro. Most macros have a maximum aperture of f / 2 rvery -f/2.8 and there is little difference between the openings.

Minolta AF70-210/4 on Sony Alpha 350