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Old 04-03-2014   #4
YYV_146
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There are some very excellent Sony/Minolta lenses. You can check if Sony actually redesigned a lens or simply rebadged existing Minolta design. In the latter case getting the minolta variant is probably cheaper...



This is with the A7 and a Sony 135mm Smooth Transitional Focus. IMO if you want a long portrait lens for outdoor or studio work, and don't mind manual operations, this lens is it's own league. The bokeh speaks for itself, and MTF curves are sky-high - I won't doubt that it can handily outresolve the A7r wide open.
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