Hexanon AR 28-135 f/4-4.6

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  1. lamb

    lamb TPF Noob!

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    Does anybody know this lens?
    It is an old manual focus lens of the eighties made by Tokina (in fact there is also a Tokina version with different mounts), any idea of the quality?
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    Luciano
     
  2. When you Google it, it pops up as a Konica lens. Might fit on a Sony Alpha...
     
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    No, of course not.
    These Hexanon lenses (AR) fit only on Konica AR mount which was made from 1966 (Konica Autoreflex T) to 1987 (the last Konica reflex made, I don't know what it is, already too plasticky....)...
    The Hexanon prime lenses were known to have outstanding quality but I have no idea of any Hexanon zoom...

    Well, probably you can find an adapter, if you really want to mount it on a Minolta AF mount. But this is not waht I want...
     

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