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|Filter thread||Front: 77 mm|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.31 x 3.55" (84 x 90.2 mm)|
|Weight||1.17 lb (530 g)|
|Format compatibility||Canon (APS-C)|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:4.94|
|Minimum focus distance||9.84" (25 cm)|
|Camera mount type||Canon EF-S|
|Angle of view||99° 37' - 54° 73'|
|Focal length||12 - 28 mm
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 19 - 45 mm
As of Tokina 12-28mm f/4.0 AT-X Pro DX Lens review time, Tokina offers 4 ultra-wide angle zoom lenses (plus a fisheye zoom ). Two of the four rectilinear lenses, including the 12-28, are DX models designed to fit APS-C (only) DSLR cameras and two are FX models designed for all DSLRs including full...
I honestly don't know why there aren't more glowing reviews for this lens, my only regret is that it can't be used on a full frame body.I know Tokina makes faster (2.8) ultra wide zooms but they don't have the focal range, either they start at 16 or only go to 22 believe me this 12-28 even on a...
Great value and quality! It's a little noisy in AF so take that into consideration if you're using this lens for video.
Got this lens on DOTD. The perfect wide angle lens for your full frame or crop sensor. Hands down my favorite lens at the moment! Get it!
Great zoom range. Good sharpness. Excellent build quality. There is some CA at the edges of the image but it is a very useful lens.
Do not be fooled by the price.
Just ok, nothing to brag about, a lot of light fall-off near the edges, really could use a graduated filter - probably 3 stops. Then it becomes a f11 lens, like I said, nothing to brag about.
Its a steal at what I snagged it for on DOTD.A bit slow at F4 but overall I am happy with the purchase. I would like to compare it to canons 10-18mm efs.
Images look great, but the lens randomly looses communication with my Canon 60D.
Nice lens, solid, sharp as a tack, easy to use. Image stabilization would be nice but not necessary for my needs. When needed I'll use a tripod. 77mm filter size is the same as my 100-400 L series so very convenient. I use a Tokina 10-17 for my underwater shooting so familiar with the brand.
I've used this lens around the house and now at a wedding. As I don't believe it's fast enough for a weddings I wanted to try it anyways. I'll leave it in my bag for those very tight getting-ready rooms where I can use a speedlight.