Minolta W.Rokkor - QH 21mm 4 USED

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Ideal for bargain hunters, equipment is at 70 to 79 percent of original condition. Items have more than average wear for the age of the item, and may have dents, dings or finish loss. Glass may have marks or blemishes, but should not affect picture quality.
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    Minolta W.Rokkor - QH 21mm 4 USED

    The W.ROKKOR-QH 21mm f/4 is the first Minolta ultra-wide-angle lens designed for the SR camera line. Introduced in 1963, it is a non-retrofocus design that protrudes deeply into the body and requires a camera with Mirror Lock-Up (MLU) to be used (the SR-7 introduced in July of 1962 is the first Minolta SR body to offer MLU).

    This W.Rokkor-QH lens has 4 optical groups combining a total of 8 individual elements. Though no official explanation exists, it is obvious that the Greek alpha/numerical designations provide the first code letter designating the number of lens groups. The second letter may have chosen simply by alphabetical order. Early Nippon Kogaku NIKKOR lenses used a similar code pattern.

    The camera’s mirror must be locked in the up position when this lens is used.

    *Note: This lens does not include a viewfinder.



    Focal Length: 21mm

    Optical Construction: 8 elements, 4 groups

    Aperture Range: f/4 to f/16

    Angle of View: 92º Diagonal; 81º horizontal; 60º vertical

    Closest Focus: 3ft/90cm

    Filter Size: 55mm screw-on

    Diameter: 60mm

    Length: 0.77in/19.46mm to mount; 2.22in/56.4mm overall

    Weight: 5.5oz/155g lens

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