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|Weight||2.09 lb (950 g)|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.54 x 5.25" (8.99 x 13.34 cm)|
|Focal length||16 - 28 mm|
|Diaphragm blades||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:5.26|
|Minimum focus distance||11" (27.94 cm)|
|Angle of view||107° - 76°|
|Camera mount type||Canon EF|
|Format compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
One of the Tokina’s obvious advantages is very competitive pricing when pitched against similar lenses from both Canon and Nikon. There is no evidence here to suggest that any corners have been cut along the way and Tokina’s zoom therefore deserves serious consideration by anybody who might...
Solid all-round performance at a competitive price-point
No manual-focus adjustment whilst in AF mode
Most ultra-wide lenses have a filter thread for attaching filters, or at least a gel filter holder at the rear of the lens. The Tokina has neither, making the use of filters tricky.
Compatible with full-frame cameras, Autofocus using Tokina's new 'silent' DC motor is fast, quiet and accurate
No image stabilisation, No filter thread
Is the Tokina 16-28mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro FX Lens right for you? Learn all you need to know in The-Digital-Picture.com's review!
Currently available to fit Canon and Nikon SLR full frame cameras, this ultra-wide angle zoom has a fast f/2.8 aperture throughout the zoom range and costs around £795.
The first lens in a promised line of AT-X Pro FX full-frame Tokinas, this is also the company’s first with a highly refined, micro AF motor that’s both silent and fast-focusing.
In short I think this is a great lens. I use it on a Nikon D610 body. I have rented the Nikon 14-24 and while I do think that is a better lens I am not disappointed at all in the Tokina.
The photo quality isn't bad, my problem is that my lens is faulty after 5 months. I constantly get errors on my Canon 5D MKIII with this lens. I contacted Tokina USA and they are fully aware of the problem. The aperture gets stuck. They said I need to send it to them on my dime to recalibrate it.