2 Sony Alpha/Minolta primes and a Beer can lens.
I have two prime lenses and a “beer can” zoom from my Minolta days that I recently discovered in an old camera bag.
All are in EX+ Mint- condition with pristine glass.
As you may or may not know one of the benefits of having Sony Alpha mount is you have a wealth of very nice vintage glass available to you at bargain prices.
But, keep in mind, condition is everything when purchasing vintage equipment.

Mine all are full frame but will work on any Minolta, Konica-Minolta or Sony Alpha mount camera including film, or digital full frame or cropped. They even work on the Nex with an adapter

Prices include shipping (USA Only) and we split paypal 50/50 no “gift” payments accepted.

First up is a very nice 28mm f/2.8 Minolta AF lens in Mint- condition with rear cap and a built in hood, no front cap. Perfect glass, snappy and oil free blades. A real bargain sharp fast lens at only $125.00


Next is a 50mm f/2.8 1:! true Macro lens with both caps.
Perfect glass, snappy and oil free blades This is the earlier model.
Differences that I know of on the newer model are you lose the metal focusing barrel, but you gain a focus limiter.
I have been told these make great portrait lenses Only $245.00


Finally, the famed Beer can lens.
Back in the day, reliable rumors surfaced that this was the same exact lens Minolta was commissioned to manufacture for Leica for sale by Leica under their name. It was touted to be one of the sharpest lenses ever produced.
Mine is in near Mint condition! The metal hood is the only thing with any sign of wear and it was purchased separately.
Snappy oil free blades clean glass and only one or two smudges on the metal barrel. Incredibly there are only a few tiny specs of dust which is very unusual for a zoom lens of any age!
I used this lens last a few years back on a Konica/Minolta 5D and felt it rivaled the Canon 70-200mm F’4 “L” that I replaced it with when I went back to Canon.