Konica Minolta 300mm f/4 APO G AF
(From Konica Minolta lens literature) This telephoto lens uses two AD (Anomalous-Dispersion) glass elements to provide apochromatic correction for high quality images. Its circular aperture provides a natural-looking background, while its internal focusing system assures you of high-speed autofocus.
Konica Minolta 300mm f/4 APO G AF User Reviews
10 out of 10 points and recommended by Supersonyc (4 reviews)Super sharp, no distortion, high contrastQuite heavy, 2.5m closest focusing is not close enough by today standard, the hood is too big and takes time to put on
This is a super sharp lens from edge to edge. AF is fast enough, but noisy (screw driven). One of the best lenses that i've ever owned.reviewed April 28th, 2016 (purchased for $910)
10 out of 10 points and recommended by shmchan (5 reviews)Sharp, compact, full features.none
Sharp, lightweight, fast-AF with tripod collar, gelatin filter, and focus range delimiter, and it’s only 1/3 of the price of the excellent 300mm f/2.8 AF G. What else would be more?reviewed April 26th, 2006 (purchased for $1,000)