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Minolta AF Zoom 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6

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Sony AF 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6
MakerSony
Technical data
TypeZoom
Focal length75-300mm
Crop factor32.1°-8.2°
Aperture (max/min)f/4.5 - f/32
Close focus distance1500 mm
Max. magnification1/4
Diaphragm blades7 circular
Construction13 elements in 10 groups
Features
Applicationtelephoto zoom lens
Physical
Weight460 g
Filter diameter55 mm
Accessories
Lens hoodbayonet, round
Angle of view
Horizontal32.1°-8.2°
History
Introduction2006
Retail info
MSRP229.95 USD

Originally produced by Minolta, and currently produced by Sony, the AF 75-300mm F4.5-5.6, is a telephoto zoom photographic lens compatible with cameras using the Minolta AF and Sony α lens mounts.

First generation

The first generation body is made of metal. There is a focus limiter switch to speed up focusing. The lens and the Minolta AF 70-210mm f/4 lens are colloquially known as the "big beercan" and "beercan" by Minolta camera users because their lens shape and size closely match the proportions of a typical aluminum beer can.

Second to third generation

The optical construction is changed. The metal body is replaced by a plastic body. Consequently, the lens is much lighter. The second generation has a focus hold button. Starting from the third generation, this lens is produced in black or silver color.

Fourth generation

The new (D) type supports ADI (Advanced Distance Integration) flash metering function.

Fifth generation

After Sony purchased the Minolta Camera Division, this lens was re-released under the Sony brand. The Sony lens retains most of the Minolta design but comes with a new look.

See also

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This page was last edited on 2 May 2020, at 02:53
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