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You need a hand to place film in the camera, and a lot of experience to select the right components for your situation. Minolta, Olympus and Sony tend to make the best film cameras, but for some reason you do not see them commonly used as kit lenses for 1.6-3.5-6.3. Instead, you see Nikon, Sigma, Tamron and others. Many of the rare film SLR cameras are really large and heavy, and are offered as kit lenses for large telephoto lenses, making them even larger and heavier. Kit lenses for common focal lengths are not all that common. For example, a Tamron 16-300mm lens weighs only 1.4 lbs and comes in a compact, soft-edged plastic case with a tripod collar, making it far less of a hassle to carry around than a standard kit lens for a telephoto lens would be.

This is another area where the user may need to buy a lens. Most kit lenses are for M or P lenses, but the PL series of lenses is a good choice for a kit lens. For example, the Minolta 17-40mm f/4-5.6. This is a very fast wide-angle zoom, but it will be large and heavy if you want to use it as a kit for the Minolta MC series or the Konica Minolta 50mm f/1.7. I have a similar lens for the Minolta MC 17-55mm f/2.8-4.8, and it is only 1.2 lbs, which is great for my needs. Or I could get the Konica Minolta 50mm f/1.7-2.8, which is about the same size, but lighter, and it is also a modern lens from a respected brand. I found the Konica Minolta 50mm to be slightly better than the Minolta 50mm, so it will be interesting to see the differences between the two. I have been in touch with their respective websites and they both look OK. At first I was going to go with the Minolta, but then I considered the Konica. The Minolta has three cheap-feeling mounts but the Konica uses a screw mount, which is more familiar to most users. The lenses made by Sigma also have the same screw mount. The Konica has a variable aperture (1/3) that works well for shooting black and white film. The Minolta has a fixed 1/2.8 aperture that might be a little brighter for shooting black and white film. 3d9ccd7d82

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