Minolta AF 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6 v.2
The Minolta AF 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6 v.2 is a camera glass that can zoom in from 75mm to 300mm, making it a good choice for capturing faraway subjects. It has autofocus capabilities, but can also be used manually if desired. The lens is made up of multiple glass elements that are coated to reduce glare and improve image quality. It was manufactured some time ago, so it may not have the latest technology found in newer lenses. The aperture can range from f/4.5 to f/5.6, which means it may not be the best choice for low-light situations. The build quality is decent, but it may not be as sturdy as higher-end lenses. The resolution of the lens is good, meaning that images will be sharp and detailed. There are other lens options available for those who want higher quality optics, but the Minolta AF 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6 v.2 is a good choice for those on a budget. The bokeh, or the quality of the out-of-focus areas in an image, may not be as smooth as more expensive lenses, but it can still produce pleasing results.
Has 7 aperture blades, mid-grade lenses usually have this amount of blades. Having rounded blades provides out of focus circle shape closer to a circle.
55 mm lens filter diameter, commonly filter size, you have plenty of possibilities. 122 mm long, requires consideration if you want to carry in the camera bag. Weights 500 grams so plan ahead, carry only if really necessary.