Minolta MC Rokkor PG 58mm 1:1.2 vs MC Rokkor PF 58mm 1:1.4 – comparison
Minolta SR 58mm lenses comparison:
- Minolta MC Rokkor PG 58mm 1:1.2 (MC II)
- Minolta MC Rokkor PF 58mm 1:1.4 (MC II)
Comparison of lenses Minolta MC Rokkor PG 58mm 1:1.2, Minolta MC Rokkor PF 58mm 1:1.4
I love both lenses, each for a different reason, but this is a rare case when it is not possible to say something like “one of the lenses is a little worse, but a gap isn’t so big to think about it“. No. Here we see a total victory of the faster version.
This comparison is correct only for conditions and equipment used for tests. Test results can differ if any element is changed
Tested lenses reviews
Minolta SR 58mm lenses comparison – sharpness/resolution
Long-distance test description
- Camera Sony A7II (24mpx, full frame) – RAW (ARW), tripod, A-mode, ISO 100, WB fixed, SteadyShot OFF, manual focus correction for every shot
- Targets (buildings) – fixed by gravity power on the distances in more than 200 meters
- ARW post-processing – Capture One, default settings, 100% crops 300×200 px
Minolta MC Rokkor PF 58mm 1:1.4 has no chanced against the monster PG 58/1.2 – the bigger sister is close the same at corners, but in the center and middle – it’s the champion. Anyway, lenses provide different rendering and both are great for real photography.