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|Weight||12.35 oz (350 g)|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 2.75 x 2.79" (69.85 x 70.87 mm)|
|Minimum focus distance||5.5" (13 cm)|
|Angle of view||180° - 100°|
|Focal length||10 - 17 mm|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:2.56|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/3.5 - 22
Minimum: f/4.5 - 22
|Camera mount type||Canon EF|
|Format compatibility||Canon (APS-C)
35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
I decided to buy this lens for my FX format D750 instead of the 15mm Sigma fisheye, even though the Sigma is about one f-stop faster, because (a) an on-line review comparing the two lenses found that image quality was comparable--both produce very good images, especially at higher f-stop/smaller...
I mainly use this lens for underwater photography. So far it has been great!
I have used this lens for 1 year on a Nikon D5200 now. Great lensFor the D5200, it is strickly manual focus. I have recently upgraded my Nikon D5200 to a Nikon D7100; and low and behold, the auto-focusing feature works like a champ, it is lightnning fast.
Nice lens, good light and good quality.Just one problem, and it really stupid, I dont understand how the miss it. The lens cap has nothing to attach to the lens rather than a very soft magnetic, nos swithm neither a slot for a grip. You have to be care because it will fell down easily
works perfectly underwater, especially shooting large marine mammals as I do for a living. One day may try it topside and on a reef. But it is actually the preferred lens for many underwater professionals.
I bought this lens and went to Hawaii. I had so much fun shooting the flora of the state. Beautiful photos. I was nervous about buying a knock off lens but I'm not disappointed!
Even though I have two Nikon DX/APS-C cameras, a D40X and a D5200, I bought the Tokina 10-17 zoom fisheye NH model without the lens hood(which was a bit more because it is a "new" model and because they can) rather than the one with the built-in lens hood(which was a bit cheaper), there is no...
I have been fortunate enough to have been shootingFoto's since the late 70's; copious cameras, lenses, formats, film to digi have culmunated into a fantastic life behind the lens. The Tokina phish eye is by far the most superlative wide angle lens I been blessed to work with.
Underwater & landscapeReplaced a Tonkia 10-17 with attached hood (saltwater damage)Great on either cop or full sensorThe front glass is curved, so you cannot put a filter on for protection
This lens was only until the Canon launch it. She is the best cost benefit there. Excellent image quality.