Announcement: Tokina atx-i 11-16mm F2.8 CF

17.10.2019/11/16 Tokina atx-i 2.8-XNUMXmm FXNUMX CF lens was officially introduced.

Tokina atx-i 11-16mm F2.8 CF

Tokina atx-i 11-16mm F2.8 CF

Basic properties

  • New Tokina Lens Class atx-i (Advanced Technology eXbetween Interactive)
  • For cropped SLR cameras with Nikon F mount, Canon EF / EF-S (most likely the new marking is responsible for this CF)
  • Internal focus
  • GMR sensor for precise focusing
  • Manual / Auto Focus Switch One-Touch Focus Clutch Mechanism
  • Relative Hole: 1: 2.8-22
  • Focal length: 11-16 mm (EGF for Nikon DX 16.5-24 mm, EGF for Canon APS-C 17.6-25.6 mm)
  • MDF: 0.3 m
  • Maximum magnification ratio 1: 11.6
  • Optical design: 13 elements in 11 groups, with 2 SD elements and two aspherical elements
  • The front element has additional protective enlightenment
  • Aperture with 9 rounded blades
  • Minimized focus breathing effect
  • Filter Diameter: 77 mm
  • Weight: 555
  • Price: about 450 dollars

Appearance


Below is a list of all ultra-wide angle lenses with auto focus support for cameras with an APS-C sensor (crop Kf = 1.5-1.6X) whose focal length is less than or equal to 14 mm.

Tokina (for different mounts):

With moderate aperture:

  1. Tokina 124 AT-X PRO SD 12-24 mm F4 (IF) DX Aspherical, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  2. promaster Digital af 12 24 XR EDO F4 Aspherical, previous lens under the 'ProMaster' brand
  3. Tokina 124 AT-X PRO SD 12-24 mm F4 (IF) DX II Aspherical, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  4. Tokina 128 AT-X Pro SD 12-28 mm F4 (IF) DX Aspherical, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  5. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 12 28 F4 (IF) DX V, for Canon EFS only

Aperture:

  1. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 11 16 F2.8 (IF) DX ASPHERICAL, for Nikon F, Canon EFS, Sony A
  2. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 11 16 F2.8 (IF) DX II ASPHERICAL, for Nikon F, Canon EFS, Sony A
  3. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 11 16 F2.8 (IF) DX V, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  4. Tokina atx-i 11 16mm F2.8 CF, from 2019, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  5. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 11 20 F2.8 (IF) DX ASPHERICAL, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  6. Tokina atx-i 11 20mm F2.8 CF, from 2020, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  7. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 14 20mm F2 (IF) DX, for Nikon F, Canon EFS

Fisheye:

  1. Tokina 107 Fisheye 10-17 mm F3.5-4.5 DX AT-X, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  2. Tokina 107 Fisheye 10-17 mm F3.5-4.5 DX NH AT-X, for Nikon F, Canon EFS
  3. Tokina 107 Fisheye 10 17 F3.5-4.5 DX AT-X V NH, for Canon EFS only

Tamron (for different mounts):

  1. Tamron SP 10-24 mm 1: 3.5-4.5 Di II B001, from October 2008, for Nikon F, Canon EFS, Pentax K, Sony A. Japan / China / Vietnam
  2. Tamron 10-24 mm F / 3.5-4.5 Di ii VC HLD B023, from February 2017, for Nikon F and Canon EFS
  3. Tamron Aspherical LD ​​DI II SP AF 11-18 mm 1: 4.5-5.6 [IF] A13, from 2005, for Nikon F, Canon EFS, Sony A. Konica Minolta AF DT Zoom 11-18mm 1: 4.5 (22) -5.6 D and Sony 4.5-5.6 / 11-18 DT (SAL1118)
  4. Promaster Digital EDO AF Aspherical LD ​​(IF) 11-18 mm 1: 4.5-5.6, previous lens under the 'ProMaster' brand
  5. Tamron 11-20 mm F / 2.8 Di III-A RXD B060, from April 2021, only for Sony E

Sigma (for different mounts):

  1. Sigma 4.5 mm 1: 2.8 EX DC HSM CIRCULAR FISHEYE, since 2007 for Canon EFS, Sigma SA and Nikon F. Since 2008 for Pentax K and Sony / Minolta A
  2. Sigma 10 mm 1: 2.8 DC FISHEYE HSM, from 2007 for Canon EFS, Sigma SA and Nikon F. In 2008 a version for Pentax K and Sony / Minolta A was released
  3. Sigma 8-16 mm 1: 4.5-5.6 DC HSM, since 2010, Canon EFS, Nikon F, Pentax K, Sigma SA, Sony / Minolta A
  4. Sigma 10-20 mm 1: 4-5.6 DC EX [+ -HSM, + -D], since 2005 for Canon EFS, Sigma SA, Nikon F, Pentax K and Sony / Minolta A. Since 2008 for 4/3 SLR system. 'D' prefix for select Nikon and Sony / Minolta A only. HSM motor only available for Canon EFS, Sigma SA, Nikon F and 4/3. The Pentax K and Sony / Minolta A versions have a different appearance (there is no focusing distance window). There are two sub-versions: with a matte finish and with a velvet finish on the body.
  5. Sigma 10-20 mm 1: 3.5 DC HSM EX, since 2009, for Canon EFS, Nikon F, Pentax K, Sigma SA, Sony / Minolta A

Nikon DX (for Nikon F mount):

  1. Nikon DX AF Fisheye Nikkor 10.5 mm 1: 2.8G ED
  2. Nikon DX VR AF-P Nikkor 10-20 mm 1: 4.5-5.6G
  3. Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 10-24 mm 1: 3.5-4.5G ED SWM IF Aspherical
  4. Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 12-24 mm 1: 4G ED SWM IF Aspherical

Canon EF-S / EF-M

EF-S (Mirror APS-C)

  1. Canon Zoome Lens EF-S 10-18 mm 1: 4.5-5.6 IS STM
  2. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 10-22 mm 1: 3.5-4.5 USM

EF-M (Mirrorless APS-C)

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-M 11-22 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS STM

Pentax DA (+ Samsung / Schneider-Kreuznach, for Pentax K mount):

  1. SMC Pentax-DA 1: 2.8 (22) 14 mm ED [IF] (Pentax 14)
  2. SMC Pentax-DA FISH-EYE 1: 3.5-4.5 10-17 mm ED [IF] (Pentax 10-17) (FISHEYE, most likely optically identical Tokina Model 107)
  3. HD Pentax-DA FISH-EYE 1: 3.5-4.5 10-17 mm (FISHEYE, most likely optically similar to Tokina 107 NH)
  4. HD PENTAX-DA * 1: 2.8 11-18 mm ED DC AW
  5. SMC Pentax-DA 1: 4 12-24 mm ED AL [IF] (Pentax 12-24) (most likely optically identical Tokina Model 124)
  6. Samsung Zoom Lens Fisheye D-Xenon 10-17 mm 1: 3.5-4.5 AL, copy Pentax 10-17optical scheme from Tokina Model 107
  7. Samsung Zoom Lens D-Xenon 1: 4 12-24 mm ED ALcopy Pentax 12-24optical scheme from Tokina Model 124
  8. Schneider-Kreuznach D-Xenogon 1: 3.5-4.5 10-17 mm ED AL, copy Pentax 10-17optical scheme from Tokina Model 107
  9. Schneider-Kreuznach D-Xenon 1: 4 12-24 mm ED AL, copy Pentax 12-24optical scheme from Tokina Model 124

Sony / Minolta (A or E):

E-mount (E):

  1. Sony E 4 /10 18 U.S.S

A-mount:

  1. Sony 4.5-5.6 /11 18 DT (SAL1118) (most likely optically identical Tamron model a13)
  2. Konica Minolta AF DT Zoom 11-18 mm 1: 4.5 (22) -5.6 D (most likely optically identical Tamron model a13)

Samsung NX

  1. Samsung Lens 1: 3.5 10 mm Fisheye
  2. Samsung Lens 1: 4-5.6 12-24 mm ED i-Function

Fujifilm x

  1. FUJINON ASPHERICAL LENS SUPER EBC XF 14 mm 1: 2.8 R
  2. FUJINON ASPHERICAL LENS Nano-GI XF 8-16 mm 1: 2.8 R LM WR
  3. FUJINON ASPHERICAL LENS SUPER EBC XF 10-24 mm 1: 4 R OIS
  4. FUJINON ASPHERICAL LENS SUPER EBC XF 10-24 mm 1: 4 R OIS WR

Zeiss (E / X)

  1. ZEISS Distagon Touit 2.8 /12 T* (Sony E-mount, Fujifilm X-mount)

Leica CL / TL / T / TL

  1. Leica SUPER-VARIO-ELMAR-T 1: 3.5-4.5 /11 23 ASPH.
  2. Leica SUPER-VARIO-ELMAR-TL 1: 3.5-4.5 /11 23 ASPH.

Samyang (E)

  1. Samyang AF 12/2 E

Do you know more similar lenses? Or do you have experience with any of them? Then be sure to share your thoughts in the comments.


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Comments: 11, on the topic: Announcement: Tokina atx-i 11-16mm F2.8 CF

  • koba

    The Tokina 11-16 / 2.8 has always been the best wide-angle aperture zoom for APS-C sensors, and has probably sold well and the company has apparently improved it, which is welcome. Interestingly, Tokina has some excellent lenses - the world's sharpest 24-70 / 2.8 for full-frame cameras, the world's sharpest 70-200 / 4 with stabilizer, excellent optical performance and picture, and mechanically 100 / 2.8 Macro (macro and a portrait with amazing bokeh), ultra-wide zoom 17-35 / 4 with the lowest distortions for full-frame cameras. In terms of mechanics, they are excellent too, in almost all reviews, including those of the repairmen. With rare exceptions, their prices are also quite popular.

  • Neo

    Same circuit
    Same motor
    Same ancient switch
    The same ITF schedules
    Why Restayl is not 11-20, but the old 11-16?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Most likely 11-20 will be significantly more expensive

  • koba

    Third-party lenses always had and will have problems with focusing, so the company tried to improve it, let's see how it turned out. And even better is that the release of this version will slightly reduce the cost of the old one, which is generally not particularly cheap on the secondary. If you notice, the layout of the focus scale ends in 2 places, which is already a rarity in the modern world, and 2 meters and an aperture of 4 or 5,6 on crop sensors are already hyperfocal, so the focusing accuracy of such lenses is not particularly critical when I was Tokinovsky, also very good 12-24 / 4, by and large, I did not use auto focus.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Under the mirror crop, there simply are no alternatives to a light over-width. With 2.8 only Tokins.

  • Roman

    With 10-18 on the Canon crop, I thought a lot about taking or not taking. Well, somehow there will be no special advantages - a significantly larger size and weight with comparable sharpness due to the extra aperture, which is not particularly needed. In the landscape, you still tighten the hole, and the stub gives you a bigger payoff. And the stock of focal points is less.

    But then I remembered that this is Tokina, which means he will be on FF. And, as they say, 16 mm works without problems, and some people reach 14 mm if the angles are not significant. And then I thought again ...

    • Arkady Shapoval

      10-18 a very good Canon lens

      • Roman

        Surprisingly.

    • koba

      It is common knowledge and even I am thinking of buying it, by the way, I just checked it, it has dropped in price, now you can buy it for 200-220 dollars in excellent condition. There is no stab, but high-aperture, made 2 heads better than that canon and most other lenses in the world, is no longer very expensive and covers the full frame. There will be a holiday in the viewfinder, autofocus will work more stable, and there will be less noise at the same ISO. How interesting it turns out - on the Nikon crop it becomes 16,5mm at the short end, and on the full frame it also starts working from 16mm, that is, there is no difference in terms of the viewing angle. Another point - on dxomark it shows a 20% higher resolution than Canon 10-18, and in the corners it goes without saying. Bu 10-18 also costs $ 200 ... But the kenon will be better for video with autofocus, it is lighter and its STM motor will definitely deteriorate after the warranty period expires, and the plastic lenses will begin to reduce the resolution by that time too, kenon has already taken great care of this. By the way, one more thing - if you use it in crop mode on full-frame cameras, then you will have real 11-16mm, which is already interesting. I have 12MP D3s, but I still get 5 megapixels on real 11mm, there is a little interpolation and print at least on A3, and whoever has a 24MP camera will have all 10MP, and 36MP D800e or D810, besides, without antimoir filter, they will get real 15MP, and this for that kind of money can be obtained only with Tokina 11-16, besides, on the conditions of a full frame, it also turns out to be easy !!! Here's a little discussion with you that convinced me that I should buy it as soon as I can, although I was going to buy a Sigma 12-24 to cover ultra-wide angles ...

      • koba

        I take part of the information back! Just looked through tokin reviews on full-frame cameras. It turns out that it can be delivered, but in reality only the diaphragm 11 or 16 will be working, in the corners, of course, before that there is complete mess. Therefore, it is essentially not suitable for this business, so it remains one of the best glasses only for crop.

  • Vitaly N

    Interestingly, by 16 mm there will also be a sharp drop in sharpness by 2.8 or will it be fixed?

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