|Closest Focusing||3. m|
|Max. Magnifcation||1:9.1 (0.11x)|
|Filter Size||34 mm|
|Diameter x Length||85 x 207 mm|
|Weight||1060 gr (2.34 lb)|
A superb lens! Sharp, great bokeh, great to focus, excellent built quality. Compared it on my Fuji XE 1 to the Nikon 70 200, 2.8VR (new version, 2013)...was gobsmacked! Just marvelous. And not heavy, easy to handle!rnCareful with the front glass as this lens takes no front protection filter.
Sharpness, colours, contrast, bokeh, build, manual focus feel, lack of CA, hand-holdability, ... this lens just is just excellent, through and through. As close to perfect as I can imagine for a 300mm lens. I have converted this to EOS mount and use it on my 5D. I don't quite get infinity focus, but I get lots of range for my 300mm needs. I have no aperture control, either, but I find f4 to be a nice hand-holdable aperture, with sufficient DoF for me, and this lens is far sharp enough wide-open. In 1980 the MSRP was about $1900. I got this one for $182.