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2007-01

A Sony-mount lens may come in a few months. When two or more lens brands use the same design, they generally change little even in cosmetics. Not this time. The Tokina has a completely different barrel construction and appearance.



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2008-11

A 16.5—24mm equivalent, its design is based on Tokina's 12-24mm f/4. Available only in Canon and Nikon mounts, ... for example, the Sony 11-18mm f/4.5-5.6, which showed barrel distortion between 0.49% and 0.13%, or the Tamron 11-18mm ...


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... 8 80 MINOLTA 8-81 NIKON VN-950 NEW CHINON C8-SC80 RICOH R-680 NEW RICOH R- 830 NEW RICOH R-860 RICOH H-800H NEW RICOH R-808H SONY ... AF 70-210mnv4 0 S1I TOKINA AUTOFOCUS LENSES AF 28-70mm,3 5 Call AF 28-70miw2 8 Call AF 70-210mm.


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News Headlines. NEW TOKINA AT-X 17-35 PRO FX V - May 28, 2015. Copyright © Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.

Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 AF-II Super-Wide Lens for Sony Alpha ...
Amazon.com : Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 AF-II Super-Wide Lens for Sony Alpha Digital Cameras : Camera & Photo

Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX-II 11-16mm f/2.8 Lens for Sony A Mount
The AT-X 116 PRO DX-II 11-16mm f/2.8 Lens for Sony A Mount by Tokina is an ultra-wide angle autofocus zoom lens with a fast constant f/2.8 maximum aperture.

Kenko Tokina 400mm lens for Micro Four Thirds and Sony NEX ...
Looking for a zoom booster to flesh out your NEX or MFT kit? Then take a highly magnified gander at Kenko Tokina's 400mm f/8 mirror lens, which now comes ...

Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX Digital Zoom Lens For ...
Here is a review and sample images of the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX Digital Zoom Lens on the a-mount for Sony Alpha digital cameras. Link to ...


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  • Tokina

    Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 AF-II Super-Wide Lens for Sony Alpha Digital Cameras

    Photography (Tokina)

    This compact ultra wide-angle zoom has a bright constant F/2.8 aperture make viewing and auto focus possible in lower light situations but still maintaining a reasonable size and weight.
    Other than the optical coating change there are no changes to the Canon mount. The AT-X 116 PRO DX-II for Canon uses the same AF motor and AF drive system as the the previous model.
    Two Super-Low Dispersion glass elements and two aspheric glass allow the proprietary optical design to achieve excellent contrast and sharpness as well as controlling chromatic aberration.
    The New Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX-II is an update to the widely popular and award winning AT-X 116 PRO DX, 11-16 F/2.8 lens.


  • TOKINA

    Tokina AT-X Pro DX 11-16mm F/2.8 Asph for Sony/ Minolta

    Photography (TOKINA)

    Rating (22 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    TOKINA

    A Prize Jewel

    The Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 AT-X Pro DX (Sony fit) is a top notch super-wide lens for APS-C. It has amazing command of distortion keeping straight lines straight. It is bright, clear and sharp with vivid true color. Detail is staggering edge to edge. Beautiful bokah. Solid and desirable build quality.Once you realize Everything Beyond Eight Feet Is Infinity, you can relax and enjoy the ride. When shooting distant landscapes, use manual focus and pin it all the way to infinity and a little Past it where you can No Longer Turn the focus ring. Use AF for most everything else inside 8'. To increase its light gathering performance above its already lofty bar, I use maximum Dynamic Range Optimization (DRO+) and low contrast settings. You can still use standard filters instead of the pricy ultra thins by simply zooming to 12mm. At 11mm, standard filters will create a slight vignette (in this case, minute but annoying enough high contrast corner shadows).For months, I... 5/5 Jeffrey Foss - See all my reviews, February 1, 2011

    Superb lens

    This is not the kind of lens that most people will buy to begin their collection of interchangeable lenses, especially if they bought their camera with an 18-55 mm kit zoom lens. They will probably prefer to buy first a better 17-50 mm zoom and/or a zoom with a longer focal distance range or maybe a nice prime lens of whatever focal distance might suit the kind of photos they take. A focal distance range going from 11 to 16 mm is, even for an APS-C sensor, quite wide and although some photos of landscapes taken with such short focal distances might look outstanding, a zoom like this is far from being an all-terrain lens and one has to be careful and prudent when using it, especially if preferring to avoid odd looking images. But once you decide you want or need an ultra-wide zoom, I think that the Tokina 11-16 mm f/2.8 is a great choice.I bought this super-wide mainly to use with my Sony A580 to take photos of interiors (indoors) of buildings (for architectural... 5/5 Alejandro J Ceppi (San Isidro, Buenos Aires Argentina) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina AT-X Pro DX 11-16mm F/2.8 Asph for Sony/ Minolta (Accessory) This is not the kind of lens that most people will buy to begin their collection of interchangeable lenses, especially if they bought their camera with an 18-55 mm kit zoom lens. They will probably prefer to buy first a better 17-50 mm zoom and/or a zoom with a longer focal distance range or maybe a nice prime lens of whatever focal distance might suit the kind of photos they take. A focal distance range going from 11 to 16 mm is, even for an APS-C sensor, quite wide and although some photos of landscapes taken with such short focal distances might look outstanding, a zoom like this is far from being an all-terrain lens and one has to be careful and prudent when using it, especially if preferring to avoid odd looking images. But once you decide you want or need an ultra-wide zoom, I think that the Tokina 11-16 mm f/2.8 is a great choice.I bought this super-wide mainly to use with my Sony A580 to take photos of interiors (indoors) of buildings (for architectural... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 27, 2013

    Love/Hate this lens

    I read so many glowing reviews about this lens I decided to sell the Sigma 10-20 and purchase this one because of the f/2.8 aperture. The first copy I received had SEVERE purple and green fringing. I returned it for another copy and it had the same issues but not as bad. I read where this is just characteristic of Tokina lenses. It's somewhat correctable in PS but still a hassle to go through when you've got 100+ photos to "auto correct." The green fringing is harder to get rid of than the purple fringing. But on the plus side, I do like being able to shoot at 2.8 and get decent results. I shoot a lot of twilights and shooting at 2.8-4.0 with a lo-ISO really helps shutter speed compared to the Sigma 4.0. With the Sigma, anything below 8.0 was completely unacceptable. The Tokina is OK sharp - not razor sharp but good enough for my needs. I'm shooting with a Sony A77 and unfortunately, I've been through the Sigma, the Sony and have settled on the Tokina for my wide angle needs. When... 3/5 I Live in 91607 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina AT-X Pro DX 11-16mm F/2.8 Asph for Sony/ Minolta (Accessory) I read so many glowing reviews about this lens I decided to sell the Sigma 10-20 and purchase this one because of the f/2.8 aperture. The first copy I received had SEVERE purple and green fringing. I returned it for another copy and it had the same issues but not as bad. I read where this is just characteristic of Tokina lenses. It's somewhat correctable in PS but still a hassle to go through when you've got 100+ photos to "auto correct." The green fringing is harder to get rid of than the purple fringing. But on the plus side, I do like being able to shoot at 2.8 and get decent results. I shoot a lot of twilights and shooting at 2.8-4.0 with a lo-ISO really helps shutter speed compared to the Sigma 4.0. With the Sigma, anything below 8.0 was completely unacceptable. The Tokina is OK sharp - not razor sharp but good enough for my needs. I'm shooting with a Sony A77 and unfortunately, I've been through the Sigma, the Sony and have settled on the Tokina for my wide angle needs. When... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 6, 2012
    Resistance to flare and ghosting, plus faithful color reproduction are all achieved by a unique coating technique - yet another reason for Tokina's reputation for incredibly sharp and clean images.
    All metallic moving parts are coated with a special lubricant to improve durability.
    PRO models have a hardened Alumite (Armalite) finish to increase durability and give a top-quality feel and finish.
    Use of our special alloy Duralumin for metal parts provides excellent durability, stabilizes torque and provides better handling. It also maintains smoother operation under all conditions.


  • Tokina

    Tokina AT-X 828 AF PRO 80-200mm F/2.8 Telephoto Zoom Lens for Sony / Minolta A-Mount

    Photography (Tokina)

    Max Aperture: f/2.8, Min Aperture: f/32
    Diagonal Angle of View: 30.3 to 12.3 degrees
    Focal Length: 80-200mm
    Lens Construction: 17 elements in 11 groups


  • Tokina

    Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Digital Zoom Lens (AF-S Motor) (for Sony A Mount)

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Tokina

    Not perfect but it is just what I wanted

    I must say I didn't buy this lens on Amazon. I did send Amazon a price comparison showing it was available for about $70 less elsewhere but they didn't lower the price, at least not in the time frame I bought it.I already had a Sony 16-50 f/2.8, a Sigma 70-200mm F/2.8, and wanted this lens to fill out the range. There's nothing wrong with the other lenses, I just wanted an ultra wide too.Reviews on this lens weren't stellar. But as I read through them I was more and more convinced this lens would be a good value for me. I could search around to perhaps find something better but would likely have to pay quite a bit more - if I could find one that was significantly better. This one has won awards in spite of some complaints.We were going to take a cruise in Alaska and I just really wanted an ultra wide lens to take in all the scenery and the inside spaces of the ship.One complaint in reviews is regarding lens flare. Did some of my photos... 5/5 J. Donaldson "Cal-diver" (Redding, CA USA) - See all my reviews, June 19, 2014


  • Tokina

    Tokina 17mm f/3.5 AT-X AF Aspherical Lens Minolta Mount w/ Hood

    Photography (Tokina)

    Lenses/Groups 11 elements in 9 groups
    Max. aperture f/3.5
    Filters 72 mm
    Focal length 17 mm
    Min. focus distance 0.25 meters


  • Evecase

    Evecase DSLR Camera Canvas Backpack/Rucksack with Rain Cover for Sony Alpha A77 II, a7S, a7R/A7R, A7, A7 II, A58, A99, A37, A57, A77, A65, A35, A580, A560, A33, A55 (Brown)

    Photography (Evecase)
    List Price: $129.99
    Price: $59.99
    You Save: $70.00 (54%)

    Fully convertible from everyday use School Backpack into DSLR Camera Travel Bag by unzipping middle compartment
    External dimension:17.7 x 11 x 8.3inch (450 x 280 x 210mm)
    Removable padded camera compartment and divider set able to hold DSLR and 2 lenses
    Include a rain cover, concealed in the bottom zippered bag for the unexpected weather
    Front compartment and two side pockets for battery, cable, lens cap or cellphone storage.


  • Tokina-Kenko-Hoya

    Tokina AF 20-35mm F2.8 ATX 235AF PRO Precision Engineered Aspherical M/A to Fit Minolta Maxxum AF and Sony Alpha (D)SLR cameras

    Photography (Tokina-Kenko-Hoya)

    Focal length: 20-35mm
    Tokina AT-X Pro Series
    F 2.8


  • Shoot

    Shoot Crew Mount 77mm Lens Hood Flower Crown Petal Shape for Nikon Sony Minolta Pentax Olympus Fuji Kodak Tamron Tokina Sigma Vivita All lens and filters of size 77mm

    Photography (Shoot)

    Petal Shape Lens Hood Quick lock and release
    Improve quality and contrast of your photographs with this lens hood
    Can be installed in reverse position to save space when not needed
    Protects lens from scratches and impacts


  • Tokina

    Tokina AT-X 235 AF Pro AF 20-35mm f/2.8 Zoom Lens

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Tokina

    Professional quality lens at a very good price

    This lens is very well built. The construction quality is excellent, the focusing is silky smooth, and the photos are razor sharp. I have found a bit of chromatic aberration at full apertures and the lens is a bit softer also when wide open. Just stopping down to 3.5 seems to get rid of the CA and the lens sharpens right up, as well.The lens is a little sluggish when focusing in very low light (i.e. situations requiring high ISOs and/or slow shutter speeds). This lens is VERY wide, so expect some typical wide-angle distortion. The distortion is very pleasing, not as much as a fish-eye and easily "correctable" using Photoshop if desired. I even created an action for it and it works flawlessly.I used this lens on an Xti Body and a Elan IIe film camera (because I want full frame sometimes and can't afford the 5D). The photos were outstanding and the lens is VERY VERY wide on full frame.Here is my brief analysis of this lens:1) Nearly as good as the Canon L... 5/5 A. Rabun "A. Rabun" (U.S.) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tokina AT-X 235 AF Pro AF 20-35mm f/2.8 Zoom Lens (Accessory) This lens is very well built. The construction quality is excellent, the focusing is silky smooth, and the photos are razor sharp. I have found a bit of chromatic aberration at full apertures and the lens is a bit softer also when wide open. Just stopping down to 3.5 seems to get rid of the CA and the lens sharpens right up, as well.The lens is a little sluggish when focusing in very low light (i.e. situations requiring high ISOs and/or slow shutter speeds). This lens is VERY wide, so expect some typical wide-angle distortion. The distortion is very pleasing, not as much as a fish-eye and easily "correctable" using Photoshop if desired. I even created an action for it and it works flawlessly.I used this lens on an Xti Body and a Elan IIe film camera (because I want full frame sometimes and can't afford the 5D). The photos were outstanding and the lens is VERY VERY wide on full frame.Here is my brief analysis of this lens:1) Nearly as good as the Canon L... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 6, 2009
    List Price: $425.00
    Price: $385.00
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    F/R Aspherical: Specially shaped front and rear glass elements for better pictures
    PRO: Tokina's designation for its lenses with its brilliant AF-MF focus clutch
    Internal focus: nothing moves externally as focused. The front group moves in and out inside the barrel as zoomed
    Front and rear elements are aspherical and multicoated
    Optics are 15 elements in 11 groups, this item for SONY ALPHA/MINOLTA


  • Tokina

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

    Photography (Tokina)

    Rating (312 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

    Awesome!

    Yes - this is the MK II version that was only released in Japan - I called the company (Gigabargains) to verify, and they managed to get a few in stock from the distributor. Auto Focus works GREAT on my d5000 (told you it was the MK II!) - very quick, very snappy. And since it focuses as close as 12 inches, you can take some VERY abstract fun photos/portraits with this lens (in addition to all the other reasons to get glass like this). New coatings seem to hold down flare and ghosting as well. Tokina did a fantastic job updating this already great lens. It's still SUPER sharp across the frame at f/5.6, and very respectable at f/2.8. Also, in terms of design, the push/pull focus ring I think is far superior than the switches found on Nikon lenses - more intuitive and much quicker to operate. Although I don't think it's worth upgrading if you have the older version, if you don't have an ultra-wide in your kit, this is the one to get! Worth noting that I have shot with Nikon's... 5/5 Frostie Jay - 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 (AF-S Motor) (for Nikon Cameras) (Electronics) Yes - this is the MK II version that was only released in Japan - I called the company (Gigabargains) to verify, and they managed to get a few in stock from the distributor. Auto Focus works GREAT on my d5000 (told you it was the MK II!) - very quick, very snappy. And since it focuses as close as 12 inches, you can take some VERY abstract fun photos/portraits with this lens (in addition to all the other reasons to get glass like this). New coatings seem to hold down flare and ghosting as well. Tokina did a fantastic job updating this already great lens. It's still SUPER sharp across the frame at f/5.6, and very respectable at f/2.8. Also, in terms of design, the push/pull focus ring I think is far superior than the switches found on Nikon lenses - more intuitive and much quicker to operate. Although I don't think it's worth upgrading if you have the older version, if you don't have an ultra-wide in your kit, this is the one to get! Worth noting that I have shot with Nikon's... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 25, 2012

    Compared to the Nikon 10-24, this lens is the clear winner (if you don't need the range.)

    I first used a DX wide angle years ago at my old job - the Nikon 12-24 f/4. Loved that lens, even at 12mm f/4.So last summer when I was shopping for a DX WA of my own, the Nikon 10-24 3.5-4.5 seemed like a no brainer. I figured I would use it mostly wide open at 10mm, so the slightly larger aperture and wider end seemed like a step up. However, after using it for a while I was never really happy with the sharpness of the images my copy delivered. It was good but not great (I use WA's to feature a subject prominently in the frame, not for landscapes, so I like to shoot close to wide open if possible.)I didn't have access to the Nikon 12-24 f/4 anymore to compare to, but after discovering the Tokina 11-16 f/2.8, I decided to look into the Tokina 11-16 as a possible replacement.After almost a year and a lot of research, I decided to go for a Tokina 11-16. Since I still had the 10-24, I did tripod comparisons with a remote shutter, comparing the lenses... 5/5 sifelaver - 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 (AF-S Motor) (for Nikon Cameras) (Electronics) I first used a DX wide angle years ago at my old job - the Nikon 12-24 f/4. Loved that lens, even at 12mm f/4.So last summer when I was shopping for a DX WA of my own, the Nikon 10-24 3.5-4.5 seemed like a no brainer. I figured I would use it mostly wide open at 10mm, so the slightly larger aperture and wider end seemed like a step up. However, after using it for a while I was never really happy with the sharpness of the images my copy delivered. It was good but not great (I use WA's to feature a subject prominently in the frame, not for landscapes, so I like to shoot close to wide open if possible.)I didn't have access to the Nikon 12-24 f/4 anymore to compare to, but after discovering the Tokina 11-16 f/2.8, I decided to look into the Tokina 11-16 as a possible replacement.After almost a year and a lot of research, I decided to go for a Tokina 11-16. Since I still had the 10-24, I did tripod comparisons with a remote shutter, comparing the lenses... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 19, 2013
    List Price: $599.95
    Rear Lens Cap
    Tokina's exclusive One-touch Focus Clutch Mechanism allows the photographer to switch between AF and MF simply by snapping the focus ring forward for AF and back toward the lens mount for manual focusing.
    Three Year Limited Warranty
    BH-77B Lens Hood
    Front Lens Cap
    Zoom Mode: Rotary Zoon, Aperture Blades 9, Filter Size 77mm, Minimum Focus Distance 1.0 ft (0.3 m)


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