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266 pages

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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 ...


The British journal of photography

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.

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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 ...

Tokina AF 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX (Canon) - Review ...
Vignetting The vignetting characteristic of the Tokina is pretty good. Unsurprisingly the problem is most pronounced at 11mm @ f/2.8 - 1.2EV corner darkening can be ...

Tokina 35mm f/2.8 AT-X PRO DX Macro Lens for Canon Digital ...
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  • Tokina

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

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    List Price: $599.95

    One-touch Focus Clutch Mechanism
    Compact ultra wide-angle zoom
    Two Super-Low Dispersion glass elements


  • Tokina

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

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    List Price: $849.00

    Closest Focusing Distance: 11" / 0.28 m
    Maximum Aperture: F2.8
    Construction: 13 Groups / 15 Elements
    Angle of View: 107.11" - 76.87°
    Reproduction Ratio: 1:5.26


  • 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)
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    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
    Price: $448.99
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    Rubber Sealing Mount
    Silent Drive-Module
    One-touch Focus Clutch


  • THK Photo Products, Inc.

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

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    Rating (2 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    THK Photo Products, Inc.

    Good, but not as crisp as the Tokina 12-24 at the wide end

    This is a pretty nice lens. It is built like a tank and has a quality feel to it. The auto-focusing motor is not as quiet as they claim, and sometimes makes a clakking noise that sounds odd. The Tokina 12-24 is a much quieter and smoother operating lens.At the wide end (12mm), the image quality is good, but not as sharp out near the edges as the Tokina 12-24. At the other end of the range (28mm), the image quality is crisper across the frame, and seems somewhat better than the 12-24 at 24mm. The AR coatings are better on this lens than the Tokina 12-24 too, with greatly reduced lens flare when a bright light source is in the frame.My complaint about this lens, and the reason I am returning it (twice) is that it does not auto-focus properly with my Canon T2i. It auto-focuses correctly only about 20% of the time; the rest of the time it is off slightly, but noticeably. (Focusing manually, with Live View, produces a sharp image.) Other lenses I have tried... 4/5 MacMike (CT, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina AT-X AF 12-28mm DX For Canon (Electronics) This is a pretty nice lens. It is built like a tank and has a quality feel to it. The auto-focusing motor is not as quiet as they claim, and sometimes makes a clakking noise that sounds odd. The Tokina 12-24 is a much quieter and smoother operating lens.At the wide end (12mm), the image quality is good, but not as sharp out near the edges as the Tokina 12-24. At the other end of the range (28mm), the image quality is crisper across the frame, and seems somewhat better than the 12-24 at 24mm. The AR coatings are better on this lens than the Tokina 12-24 too, with greatly reduced lens flare when a bright light source is in the frame.My complaint about this lens, and the reason I am returning it (twice) is that it does not auto-focus properly with my Canon T2i. It auto-focuses correctly only about 20% of the time; the rest of the time it is off slightly, but noticeably. (Focusing manually, with Live View, produces a sharp image.) Other lenses I have tried... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 11, 2013

    Quality lense

    0 5/5 Richard L. Martin (New York State) - See all my reviews, October 13, 2013
    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.
    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.
    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.


  • Tokina

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

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    Rating (13 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Tokina

    High Performance Ultra-wide for crop sensor camera bodies

    Looking for an ultra-wide angle lens for your Canon crop sensor camera? This is one to consider. The lens itself is built to high standards. It's a hefty combination of glass and metal. It feels like this thing can withstand just about anything. The image quality is nothing to scoff at. At 12mm wide-open it is a little softer than I would like at the corners, but as you stop down this decreases. Throughout the rest of the focal range this lens is quite sharp.At the time of purchase, I considered this and the Canon EFS 10-22--the Sigma 10-20 and Tamron 11-18 just didn't have the rave reviews that the Canon and Tokina shared. Both to me had very comparable image results. Aside from difference in cost, the constant f/4 was one of the contributing factors to me buying the Tokina over the Canon.If you are considering the Tokina lens, I think that you won't be making a mistake. This is a quality performer at a reasonable price. As with all photo equipment, you... 4/5 Kevin Vertucio "kevinv033" (Philadelphia, PA United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Tokina AT-XAF124DXC 12-24mm Wide-Angle Lens for Canon (Accessory) Looking for an ultra-wide angle lens for your Canon crop sensor camera? This is one to consider. The lens itself is built to high standards. It's a hefty combination of glass and metal. It feels like this thing can withstand just about anything. The image quality is nothing to scoff at. At 12mm wide-open it is a little softer than I would like at the corners, but as you stop down this decreases. Throughout the rest of the focal range this lens is quite sharp.At the time of purchase, I considered this and the Canon EFS 10-22--the Sigma 10-20 and Tamron 11-18 just didn't have the rave reviews that the Canon and Tokina shared. Both to me had very comparable image results. Aside from difference in cost, the constant f/4 was one of the contributing factors to me buying the Tokina over the Canon.If you are considering the Tokina lens, I think that you won't be making a mistake. This is a quality performer at a reasonable price. As with all photo equipment, you... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 16, 2006

    Great at f/8!

    I was looking for a really good wide angle to use with my Rebels. I'd been using my old 18mm Olympus lens with an adapter. Unlike "modern" lenses the OM 18mm is tiny, light, entirely metal and almost free of barrel distortion. But of course on a Canon body, focus and f-stop setting are strictly manual.I tried the Canon 10-22 and to be polite, it was poor. Several people emailed me saying that buying a Canon lens these days is a two stage process where you purchase and then send it in, for "adjustment". I went back to using the Olympus 18.Then I saw a link to this Tokina and figured, what the hell. All I can say is, this ain't your dad's Soligor. If you can live with its limitations, this lens is exceptional.I put the camera on a heavy Gitzo tripod, set the lens to 12mm and shot my Linhof test chart. First the bad news. At the 12mm setting and at f/4, the lens is dismal. Not as bad as the Canon 10-22 but only the center is really usable... 5/5 Coronet Blue (California) - See all my reviews, November 11, 2007

    Great wide-angle lens for APS-C cameras

    As other reviewers have noted, this lens is a bit on the heavy side. This is typical of Tokina's lenses, which are always built very solidly with a strong metal alloy body. I've heard of people accidentally sitting on Tokina lenses without damaging them. Try that with a plastic-body Canon EF-S lens and see what happens! So yes, it is heavy, but that's a reflection of quality construction.I've used Tokina lenses for years and they've always worked well for me. I bought this one recently and I'm not disappointed. It is a bit prone to lens flare if sunlight strikes the glass, but that's not uncommon with wide-angle lenses. At the widest angles, the minor chromatic aberrations and slight geometric distortions around the perimeter are also typical of this class of lens. (Wide-angle lenses naturally want to be fish-eyes; it's a challenge to keep straight lines straight.) If imperfections of this sort are not acceptable to you, then you're probably best off staying on the other... 5/5 Craig Dickson (San Mateo, CA USA) - See all my reviews, March 3, 2009
    Macro Ratio - 1 - 8
    11.8 (30cm) Minimum Focus Distance
    Optimized for Canon Digital SLR Cameras
    F/22 to F/4 Aperture
    13 Elements in 11 Groups Optical Construction


  • Tokina

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

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  • Tokina

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

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    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 AF 12-24mm f/4 AT-X 124 Pro DX II Lens - Canon Mount

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    Rating (33 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
    Tokina

    TOKINA 12-24MM WIDE ANGLE

    Please let me be brief in my conclusions concerning the TOKINA 12-24MM F/4...This is the first TOKINA piece of glass that I have owned. My first impression was that in appearance it looks very much like a Nikon. It's handsome in appearance and build quality appears to be superb. I immediately got the feeling of holding a precision instrument and I like that. While some plastic is used, it can't be much judging by the weight of this lens, but it is not overly heavy. Fit-up when mounted to the camera (40D) is as good as anything I have from Canon. I found the zoom and manual focus rings to operate smoothly.As far as operation goes...this lens has no switch to change from manual to auto focus, you simply pull the focus ring back and manual focus engages without having to hunt for any precise spot. Return to Auto by pushing forward. It snaps smartly in and out. I like this arrangement on a wide angle because when using auto-focus on a lens with a wide field... 4/5 Danny (California) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina AF 12-24mm f/4 AT-X 124 Pro DX II Lens - Canon Mount (Accessory) Please let me be brief in my conclusions concerning the TOKINA 12-24MM F/4...This is the first TOKINA piece of glass that I have owned. My first impression was that in appearance it looks very much like a Nikon. It's handsome in appearance and build quality appears to be superb. I immediately got the feeling of holding a precision instrument and I like that. While some plastic is used, it can't be much judging by the weight of this lens, but it is not overly heavy. Fit-up when mounted to the camera (40D) is as good as anything I have from Canon. I found the zoom and manual focus rings to operate smoothly.As far as operation goes...this lens has no switch to change from manual to auto focus, you simply pull the focus ring back and manual focus engages without having to hunt for any precise spot. Return to Auto by pushing forward. It snaps smartly in and out. I like this arrangement on a wide angle because when using auto-focus on a lens with a wide field... Read more, October 15, 2010

    Tokina 12-24 dxll

    0 5/5 Glenn Gonzales "Glenn" (Gaithersburg md usa) - See all my reviews, November 22, 2009

    Great Product

    0 5/5 W.Berger (Wisconsin) - See all my reviews This review is from: Tokina AF 12-24mm f/4 AT-X 124 Pro DX II Lens - Canon Mount (Accessory) Before I bought this lens for my Canon 40D,I informed myself and read reviews on all wide angle lenses not in the astronomical prize range.After having used it now for a couple of weeks I find it quite outstanding.The build quality is first class it feels as smooth and solid as my 24-104mm L lens[which is saying a lot].The colors and image quality too leave nothing to be desired.So I am very happy with it and can only recommend it. 0, August 28, 2009
    List Price: $599.00
    12-24mm focal length
    Multi-layer coatings
    Rotary type zooming system
    f/4 to f/22 aperture
    Designed for digital cameras with APS-C sized CMOS and CCD sensors (DX)


  • Tokina

    Tokina 10-17mm F/3.5-4.5 DX Autofocus Fisheye Zoom Lens for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras Without Hood

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    Maximum Aperture: F/3.5-4.5
    Coatings: Multi-layer Coatings Front element of the AT-X 107 DX has a newly formulated WP or "Water Proof" optical coating on the glass
    Recommended Sensor size:
    Minimum Aperture: F/22
    Optical Construction: 10 Elements / 8 Groups


  • Tokina

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

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