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1999-11

Tokina's 300 comes in Canon, Minolta, or Nikon (D) mounts, takes either front ( 112mm) or rear-mounting filters (35.5mm), measures a mere 8 1/2 inches long, weighs a little more than four |pounds, and is just about everything you need ...


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Creator: William Crookes, T. A. Malone, George Shadbolt, J. Traill Taylor, Liverpool Photographic Society, William Blanchard Bolton, Thomas Bedding | Photography - 2007

New fish-eye lens from Tokina Tokina is introducing a new fish- eye to its range of Canon and Nikon mount lenses. ... marks such as spots left by water or fingerprints much easier to clean than standard multi-coating, claims Tokina.



164 pages

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2007-01

Now Canon and 4 SAME OPTICS, DIFFERENT LOOK: The Pentax 10-17mm fisheye, left, has its focusing scale far forward, and broad zoom ring behind. The Tokina, right, has a broader focusing ring in front, a window to show distance, ...


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Tokina AF 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX (Canon) - Review ...
Introduction The AF 12-24mm f/4 AT-X Pro DX was a huge success for Tokina - it is one of the most attractive lenses from a price/performance perspective.

Canon 16-35mm II vs Tokina 16-28mm Lens Review
Great review Dave, I am really surprised by your results as I always had the view that the Canon was a high end lens. I have two Tokina lenses, the 11-16mm f2.8 and ...

Comparison of Tokina 11-16mm vs Canon 10-22mm
Which one should you buy? Did Tokina made enough to beat Canon, find out in article. Wider Zoom range vs better maximum aperture, and the winner is ...


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    Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Digital Zoom Lens (for Canon EOS Cameras)

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    Rating (97 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Tokina

    Excellent quality lens

    I bought this lens to "complete" my lens collection. I have a fair number of good to high-quality lenses, but the widest lens I owned was a 24-70mm. It just seems that fairly often I find myself needing just a bit wider than that. I read a bit about this lens before the purchase and it seems a lot of people are very happy with this lens. Now that I own it, it is obvious why. Right out of the box you can tell that this is a solid piece of equipment. It is definitely not a "fantastic plastic". It's got some heft to it, though it is not so heavy that it is uncomfortable on the camera. (I have a Canon 40d.) In playing around I found it to be a very sharp lens. It also has tremendous depth of field making it great for getting group shots and including background. I've read some complaints that 11-16mm isn't much of a zoom. It's not. However, when it's that wide I look at the zoom just to give me a little play around the edges and keep my group more towards the center of the... 5/5 William E. Liberatore (Bridgeport, Ohio USA) - See all my reviews, July 24, 2013

    Fast glass, wide angle, great for astrophotography

    Delivers exactly what it's supposed to--super wide angle on a crop sensor, with wide aperture, with really clear and sharp optics, very well constructed, with a lens hood, for $500ish price range. I picked it up after going over tons of "wide angle" lenses for my aps-c sensor camera. The three big ones are the Canon EF-S 10-22mm, the Rokinon 14mm and this Tokina 11-16mm. End of the day, the Tokina is the faster glass, at 2.8 at a wide angle of 11mm. Set her to infinity, point at the sky or landscape (or hyperfocal focus) and you're ready to shoot without even worrying. Why get this lens? For sky shots and landscapes. It also works really well in doors, if you want to take photos of the entire room and everyone in it, at close quarters. It's f2.8 lets you really do well in low light without a flash if you wish. Otherwise, it really excels for nighttime sky photography. This is why I chose it over the Canon and Rokinon. The f2.8 gives you more light gathering ability when doing... 4/5 Marty - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Digital Zoom Lens (for Canon EOS Cameras) (Electronics) Delivers exactly what it's supposed to--super wide angle on a crop sensor, with wide aperture, with really clear and sharp optics, very well constructed, with a lens hood, for $500ish price range. I picked it up after going over tons of "wide angle" lenses for my aps-c sensor camera. The three big ones are the Canon EF-S 10-22mm, the Rokinon 14mm and this Tokina 11-16mm. End of the day, the Tokina is the faster glass, at 2.8 at a wide angle of 11mm. Set her to infinity, point at the sky or landscape (or hyperfocal focus) and you're ready to shoot without even worrying. Why get this lens? For sky shots and landscapes. It also works really well in doors, if you want to take photos of the entire room and everyone in it, at close quarters. It's f2.8 lets you really do well in low light without a flash if you wish. Otherwise, it really excels for nighttime sky photography. This is why I chose it over the Canon and Rokinon. The f2.8 gives you more light gathering ability when doing... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 4, 2013

    My new love...Ultra Wide Sharp Lens!!

    0 5/5 Zac Mathew "Zac" (NY, USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Digital Zoom Lens (for Canon EOS Cameras) (Electronics) Sharp as sword!Built like a tank!Ultra wide!Fast Aperture- F/2.8!Reasonable price!Made in Japan!What else you want?I recommend it... 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 27, 2013
    Compact ultra wide-angle zoom
    Two Super-Low Dispersion glass elements
    One-touch Focus Clutch Mechanism


  • Tokina

    Tokina AT-X Pro FX 16-28mm f/2.8 For Canon

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (52 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Tokina

    Excellent compared to the Canon 16 - 35 2.8 L lens

    0 5/5 RL - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina AT-X Pro FX 16-28mm f/2.8 For Canon (Accessory) There are a lot of positive reviews on this lens so I won't elaborate here other than state I purchased the Canon 16 - 35 2.8 L lens initially but was disappointed with the distortion and edge resolution. At the price, the Canon should be much better than what it is. I took a chance with this Tokina based on the many positive reviews and validated that all those great reviews are true! Yes, the lens is heavy but so much better than the Canon optically. Mechanically the lens feels well made although I understand it isn't weather sealed as with the Canon. Factoring-in the price, this is a great value. My sample has excellent resolution wide-open with hardly any distortion. The lens cap has been improved and is now a pinch-type thick plastic cover that encloses the len's integrated lens hood. I use this with my Canon 5d MKII and also have a 24-105 L Lens. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 26, 2012

    Outstanding!

    0 5/5 Jay Adeff - See all my reviews, April 22, 2011

    Sharper than Canon 16-35L ii; Would not honor warranty.

    0 2/5 JesselSummers - See all my reviews This review is from: Tokina AT-X Pro FX 16-28mm f/2.8 For Canon (Accessory) I loved this lens and used it lightly for two months; I bought it new from Adorama with warranty. I kept it in a dedicated sleeve in my backpack, only taking it out when shooting. The AF mechanism quit working in the middle of a shoot after 2 months of ownership. I mailed the lens into Tokina with receipt. When I followed up a week later, the gentleman in repairs quoted me a $203 Out-of-Warranty repair due to internal sand damage. The lens hasn't been dropped in sand, taken into antelope canyon, shot with in sand dunes- nothing. However, I have put my Canon 17-40 through h*ll and back over the last four years without so much as an operational hiccup. I'll be returning to Canon's 16-35Lii shortly. The sharpness of this lens is outstanding- Better than canon's 16-35L. However, I cannot recommend it to serious photographers due to it's apparent frailty. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 20, 2013
    List Price: $849.00
    Angle of View: 107.11" - 76.87°
    Maximum Aperture: F2.8
    Reproduction Ratio: 1:5.26
    Closest Focusing Distance: 11" / 0.28 m
    Construction: 13 Groups / 15 Elements


  • THK Photo Products, Inc.

    Tokina AT-X AF 12-28mm DX For Canon

    Photography (THK Photo Products, Inc.)
    List Price: $1,199.00

    The lens has a 77mm filter size allowing filters such as the Hoya HD2 low-profile circular polarizer or UV to be used.
    The compact design makes the lens easy to carry and handle.
    Manufacturers 3 Year Limited USA Warranty card is included in the box. For all repairs, USA warranty card and an authorized USA retailer's sales receipt must be sent together.
    The new AF "GMR magnetic precision" control sensor is capable of fast auto-focus.
    A new optical design using spherical elements and super-low dispersion glass.


  • Tokina

    Tokina 17-35mm F/4 AT-X Pro FX Lens for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras

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    Rating (9 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Tokina

    Sharp and contrasty when it hits.

    0 4/5 Dwegs "Dwegs" (US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina 17-35mm F/4 AT-X Pro FX Lens for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras (Accessory) I purchased this as my new WA lens. However, it was not what I hoped for.PROS:Great rangeConstant apertureGreat build qualitySmooth operationSharp as a tack (when in focus, see below).CONS:Somewhat softer at the long end, but not bad.AF operation what hit and miss on this copy (Front focus errors sometimes). I have had several Tokina lenses, so that was a surprise.Minor niggle: Zoom ring could be wider.Overall, this represents a great value in its class, and from what I see, others have better AF performance than I did. So, I might have given 5 stars had my copy been good with AF. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 22, 2013

    Good Bang for the Buck

    0 4/5 Ron - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina 17-35mm F/4 AT-X Pro FX Lens for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras (Accessory) I bought this lens to use with my Canon 6D as a replacement of my Canon 10-22mm on a 7D. I'm pleasantly surprised at the quality and build of the lens for the price. Results are comparable to the Canon 10-22mm. Better build with good sharpness and low distortion. AF can be a little noisy but nothing to complain about. Seeing some CA but not as bad as in the Canon 10-22mm. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 20, 2014

    Excellent sharpness and value/build

    First, this is for the Nikon Mount. I think Tokina's Canon mount appears to be less "sharp" than the Nikon mount.This lens is tack sharp wide open. I also have the 16-28 Nikon mount. Did a side by side comparison at F4. I was surprised that the 17-35f4 is sharper!!! What a pleasant surprise. The colors are not as good as the 168 however. Note: my copy of 168 is a good copy and considered ultra sharp until this lens.AF is not screw drive, and is powered by internal motor. This is actually less desirable as the screw drive seems to be faster than Tokina's internal motor. However, because this is UWA lens, the throw is very small, resulting in relatively snappy AF speed.Build quality is top notch. Price is half of the Nikon version.Distortion: I think even though this lens keeps straight lines straight, there is still highly visible distortion at the 17mm by stretching the outer edges and also bulging in the center. So I guess by low... 5/5 NCHammer - See all my reviews This review is from: Tokina 17-35mm F/4 AT-X Pro FX Lens for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras (Accessory) First, this is for the Nikon Mount. I think Tokina's Canon mount appears to be less "sharp" than the Nikon mount.This lens is tack sharp wide open. I also have the 16-28 Nikon mount. Did a side by side comparison at F4. I was surprised that the 17-35f4 is sharper!!! What a pleasant surprise. The colors are not as good as the 168 however. Note: my copy of 168 is a good copy and considered ultra sharp until this lens.AF is not screw drive, and is powered by internal motor. This is actually less desirable as the screw drive seems to be faster than Tokina's internal motor. However, because this is UWA lens, the throw is very small, resulting in relatively snappy AF speed.Build quality is top notch. Price is half of the Nikon version.Distortion: I think even though this lens keeps straight lines straight, there is still highly visible distortion at the 17mm by stretching the outer edges and also bulging in the center. So I guess by low... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 25, 2013
    List Price: $549.90
    Rubber Sealing Mount
    Silent Drive-Module
    One-touch Focus Clutch


  • Tokina

    Tokina AT-XAF124DXC 12-24mm Wide-Angle Lens for Canon

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    Optimized for Canon Digital SLR Cameras
    Macro Ratio - 1 - 8
    13 Elements in 11 Groups Optical Construction
    F/22 to F/4 Aperture
    11.8 (30cm) Minimum Focus Distance


  • Tokina

    Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX Digital Zoom Lens (for Canon EOS Cameras)

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (168 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Tokina

    Fast Sharp and Excellent Build

    What more could you want. I've used Canon's great 10-22mm and it is a nice lens but as a comparison here is what I found.-Sharpness goes to the Tokina hands down. While wide open @ 2.8 it might be about equal by the time the Tokina is stopped down to the 3.5 that the Canon is wide open there is no comparison.-Zoom Range obviously goes to Canon. Much more usable here than the limited almost fixed focal length Tokina. Actually you might even say that the Tokina is close to a prime. Also I liked that extra 1mm on the wide end (it is very noticeable). Myself I don't mind the limited zoom as I'm always on the wide side and don't even use the 16mm.-Build Quality again this belongs to the Tokina as it is built like a tank as are most of the pro grade Tokinas. Canon's build quality good for this consumer designed lens but is not up to their L (pro) standards.-CAs Chromatic Aberrations or purple fringing If you are shooting into high contrast... 5/5 Casch "Chris" (Northern California) - See all my reviews This review is from: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX Digital Zoom Lens (for Canon EOS Cameras) (Accessory) What more could you want. I've used Canon's great 10-22mm and it is a nice lens but as a comparison here is what I found.-Sharpness goes to the Tokina hands down. While wide open @ 2.8 it might be about equal by the time the Tokina is stopped down to the 3.5 that the Canon is wide open there is no comparison.-Zoom Range obviously goes to Canon. Much more usable here than the limited almost fixed focal length Tokina. Actually you might even say that the Tokina is close to a prime. Also I liked that extra 1mm on the wide end (it is very noticeable). Myself I don't mind the limited zoom as I'm always on the wide side and don't even use the 16mm.-Build Quality again this belongs to the Tokina as it is built like a tank as are most of the pro grade Tokinas. Canon's build quality good for this consumer designed lens but is not up to their L (pro) standards.-CAs Chromatic Aberrations or purple fringing If you are shooting into high contrast... Read more, March 10, 2009

    This is a great lens.

    From the moment I pulled the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 out of the box from the rental store, I wanted to keep it.The build quality of the Tokina is far and away better than the popular Canon EF-S 10-20mm f/3.5-4.5 lens. More metal less plastic, so it just feels like a better product out of the box. It's built more like my Canon L lenses.The Tokina comes with the lens hood (the Canon 10-22mm does not but ironically costs more).This lens works very well for indoor or other low light photography (sunrise/sunset). It has great contrast. I used this lens on a Canon 400D/XTi and got I felt were excellent results (I'm talking not about my skill as a photographer rather the ability of the lens to deliver consistent crystal clear and richly colored images :).Images taken with this lens are sharp as a tack (I uploaded one however the Amazon image processing degraded it significantly).Some possible downsides:The zoom range is... 5/5 Jeff Beard - See all my reviews, November 30, 2008

    Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 ATX Pro DX

    On returning from Italy and evaluating my images (1200), I find this lens to be a real keeper. Photozone.de was my deciding source to purchase this lens where their review and tests indicate this is the sharpest lens in its class. CA's as mentioned there were an issue in a couple of high contrast images and easily corrected in Photoshop. Field curvature is noticable especially in the St Peters interior image above and can be minimized with camera position and focal length settings. Unfortunately I did not have a tripod and a point and shoot technique ruled. The 16mm longest fl will take some getting used to and does not provide much range. I carried a Canon 28-135mm IS for the longer shots. The f/2.8 at all fl was nice for the darker interiors of buildings on my Canon 30D. Lens construction seems solid without any focusing issues.New to wide lenses, flare caught me a couple of times, I'll remember to watch for it more often, I know it's common with these wide... 4/5 L. Freel (Cornville, AZ) - See all my reviews, October 18, 2008
    List Price: $1,359.00
    3 Year Limited Warranty
    Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX Zoom Digital Lens
    Crop sensor lens (Not for full-frame cameras)


  • Tokina

    Tokina 80-400/4.5-5.6 AT-X D Telephoto Zoom SLR Ca

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  • Tokina

    AF 100mm f/2.8 AT-X M100 Pro D Macro Lens - Canon Mount

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (15 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Tokina

    An excellent lens!

    0 5/5 Amazon Customer "lobo_de_luna" (Spokane, WA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: AF 100mm f/2.8 AT-X M100 Pro D Macro Lens - Canon Mount (Accessory) I got this lens to go along with my Canon Rebel T4i. I'm very new to this level of photography and there is some of a learning curve for me. I'm still learning and slowly getting better. Until this morning I didn't have anything to really show off this lens. Now I do. In the right settings, this lens will astound you. Get it. If it's less than $500. Get it. This lens does have manual focus AND auto focus. To engage auto focus pull the focus ring away from you. 0, March 4, 2013

    Tack sharp lens

    0 5/5 Edwin J Esposito (Whitman, MA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: AF 100mm f/2.8 AT-X M100 Pro D Macro Lens - Canon Mount (Accessory) I really like the performance and handling of this lens. It takes very sharp images without any noticeable defects or distortion. It's solidly made and looks beautiful on my Canon 60D. You can't go wrong with this lens, and it' at a great price, too. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 11, 2011

    Good optics but the AF is hunting badly

    Advantages:- Cheap- Sharp- Small and lightweight- Solid builtDisadvantages:- Really bad AF- Chromatic aberration could be lessI'm just dragging this lens around in my camera bag on weddings to do a few shots of rings and some other details. I appreciate how significantly much smaller it is over the Canon 100mm (new version) and the Sigma 105mm. I had a 50mm macro before which is even a bit smaller but I wanted the image compression of a 100mm macro.After having used this lens, the Canon 100mm (new version with IS) and the Sigma 105mm (new version with OS), I would decide for the Tokina any time just for the small size.But that's just me and my already heavy camera bag. You? Should definitely consider the Sigma 105mm OS. It is huge compared to the Tokina and more expensive but the AF (auto focus) is much much better and the OS (optical stabilizer) makes it a pretty good allround lens. It is even a great portrait... 3/5 Paul (San Francisco Bay Area) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: AF 100mm f/2.8 AT-X M100 Pro D Macro Lens - Canon Mount (Accessory) Advantages:- Cheap- Sharp- Small and lightweight- Solid builtDisadvantages:- Really bad AF- Chromatic aberration could be lessI'm just dragging this lens around in my camera bag on weddings to do a few shots of rings and some other details. I appreciate how significantly much smaller it is over the Canon 100mm (new version) and the Sigma 105mm. I had a 50mm macro before which is even a bit smaller but I wanted the image compression of a 100mm macro.After having used this lens, the Canon 100mm (new version with IS) and the Sigma 105mm (new version with OS), I would decide for the Tokina any time just for the small size.But that's just me and my already heavy camera bag. You? Should definitely consider the Sigma 105mm OS. It is huge compared to the Tokina and more expensive but the AF (auto focus) is much much better and the OS (optical stabilizer) makes it a pretty good allround lens. It is even a great portrait... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 28, 2014
    List Price: $489.00
    min. focus distance-0.30m (max. magnification ratio 1 - 1)
    Dimensions-73x95mm
    Hood-Barrel shaped (supplied)
    Optical constructio-9 elements in 8 groups


  • Tokina

    Tokina AT-X 100mm f/2.8 PRO D Macro Lens for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

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    List Price: $489.00

    Dimensions-73x95mm
    Optical constructio-9 elements in 8 groups
    Hood-Barrel shaped (supplied)
    min. focus distance-0.30m (max. magnification ratio 1:1)


  • Tokina

    Tokina Super Wide Angle 16-50mm f/2.8 AT-X 165 PRO DX Autofocus Lens for Canon EOS

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (4 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Tokina

    Fast Lens for Most Situations

    0 5/5 Gheorghe Chistol (Berkeley, CA) - See all my reviews, June 3, 2008

    Very good quality lens

    This is my main lens on the Canon 7D.Previously used a Sigma 24-70 on an XT.Very sharp. In practical use, the focus is nearly as fast as Canon USM with only a tiny amount of noise. However, in super dim conditions, and I mean super dim, the lens can't focus. In those conditions, I switch to the Canon 50 1.4, which the 7D can focus with in practically dark conditions.Great built quality. And while it doesn't necessarily show up in your files, the tactile quality of the lens makes it a joy to use. Somewhat heavy, but balances nicely on the 7D. There's some barrel distortion at 16mm though.The sharpness seems very consistent through the zoom and aperture range, unlike the Sigma 24-70, which was somewhat soft at 24mm.I also have the Tokina 11-16, which is great too, with distortion very well controlled at 16mm.UPDATE:I purchased this at about $550. I love it. But as the price nears the $1,000 mark, I'd... 5/5 Eric Foster (Bloomsburg, PA United States) - See all my reviews, April 26, 2010

    Fast lens at F 2.8 and performs well in poor lights conditions

    Most of the times I use a as an all-round lens (mounted on an EOS 450 first, then EOS 7), and I was looking for a somewhat wider angle, but not too wide. I love , so I bought this one and so far I've been super happy about it. It's a fast lens at F 2.8 and performs well in poor lights conditions, solid, but not too heavy. Only keep in mind that, just like Canon's own EF-S lenses, it will not fit a full-sensor camera, like the EOS 5 or EOS 1.Other people out there may be instead looking for a replacement for the 17-55 lens sold together many Canon's... 5/5 Foti Massimo (Vezia (Switzerland)) - See all my reviews, May 12, 2010


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