This listing is for a Vivitar tele-zoom 85-205mm f/3.8 lens for *minolta* cameras. The lens is used, but *optically mint* as I like my own lenses ;)
It does incorporate a handy collapsible black hood. A great looking/bang for your buck lens that will serve beginners in film photography for a long time! :)
It covers the full frame (35mm) image circle and can be adapted to any DSLRs/mirrorless using the proper adapter. I recommend any adapter from K&F concept form personal experience should you want to adapt this lens, which will indeed become entirely manual after the fact. Please note that focus at infinity is *not guaranteed* and may require you to perform calibration on the adapting unit of your choice.
The following specs about this vintage lens comes from the best source in the domain, Camera-wiki.org : http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Vivitar_85-205mm_f/3.8_Zoom
Badging: Vivitar Manufacturer: Kino Precision Manufacture Date: ca 1967 Focal Length: 85-205mm (1:2.4 zoom ratio) Aperture Range: f/3.8 - f/22 w/half stops Diaphragm Type: Automatic Diaphragm Blades: unknown Filter Diameter: 58mm Minimum Focus: 1.9 m (6.3 feet) versions 1-6 Mounts: Canon FL, M42, Mamiya/Sekor, Minolta, Nikon F, T mount (early versions only) Elements: 13 Groups: 9 Weight: 907 g (32 oz) black hood versions Accessories: A zoom lever was included to fit threaded hole in zoom ring Example Serial Numbers: see below Original Stock Number(s): unknown