Hi E mount talkers, my name is Benjamin and I was a Minolta user (X-700) long before I got a NEX. I've used a Canon S90 for years and loved its compactness, but often carried the X-700 for longe range shots combined with a Vivitar Series I 70-210 f/3.5. The images were great, but at some point, I was missing the flexibility of a digital camera and was a little tired of always carriyng two chunks of metal. So I got a NEX-5N and was instantly addicted. As I had the old Minolta lenses laying around, it seemed logical to get one of those 10$ adapters and check them out on the NEX. Since then, my collection of Minolta glass grew a little (a lot) and I started to wonder how good the lenses really were. That's when I printed an ISO 12233 test chart and started shooting away... Because I think that those charts might be interesting for a lot of NEX users out there, I finally put them on a site two weeks ago. Visit my website vintagelensreviews.com if you're intersted. I review vintage Minolta MC/MD lenses on our beloved NEX. Have a look and let me know, what you think! EDIT: Now with RSS feed. Subscribe and keep up to date!