Lens tech data for Minolta AF 85/1.4 G (D)
|General||Name||Minolta AF 85/1.4 G (D)|
|Manufacturer's order code||2677-118|
|Aperture blades||9, circular|
|Minimum focus distance||85 cm|
|Maximum magnification||1:7.87 (0.13×)|
|Focus design||front, floating|
|AF drive||in-body motor|
|Focus range limiter||–|
|Other features||distance scale|
|Dimensions and weight|
|Minimum length [mm]||72.5|
|Maximum length [mm]||87.5|
|Maximum diameter [mm]||81.5|
|Filter diameter [mm]/type||72/front|
|Weight [g] nominal/net/gross||550/unknown/632|
|Hood part number||6677-810|
|Filter rotates when focusing||no|
|Length changes when focusing||yes|
|Focus ring rotates in AF mode||no|
|Construction and accessories|
|Standard accessories||front cap, rear cap, hood, pouch LS-2400|
|Optional accessories||case LH-1053|
|Comments||same design as older version|
|Reviews||Klaus Schroiff on photozone.de, PopPhoto|
|Part of camera kit||–|
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© 2012 Michael Hohner
|#1: Comment posted by sam on November 16th, 2013 - 03:54:33 AM:|
|Good Morning. I'm sam.
I'm wondering the compatibility of 85mm non-D hood and D Type hood.
Is it possible to use D Type hood to non-D Type Lens?
Please reply my e-mail.
|Michael Hohner answers:|
|Well, both lenses have the same filter size, and both have a bayonet hood mount. There's a good chance, but the hoods may still be different enough to not allow cross-use. I have neither of the two lenses, so I can't try.|