Tokina AT-X 12-28mm F4 Pro DX Review

June 19, 2014 | Mark Goldstein | Rating star Rating star Rating star Rating star

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An ultrawide angle 2.3x zoom lens for crop sensor Canon and Nikon cameras, which costs around £540 and sports a constant maximum aperture of f/4 and virtually silent internal focusing. On a Nikon DX camera, this zoom range provides a field of view equivalent to an 18-42mm lens used on a 35mm camera. Tokina's DX ultrawide lenses have garnered an excellent reputation, so in this review, we'll take a look at whether this lens meets expectations.
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Tokina’s 12-28mm f4 II lens is amongst their excellent lineup of zoom lenses. Since our first impressions post, we’ve been playing with the lens a lot and getting up close and personal to many scenes. Due to Nikon’s 1.5x crop factor, the lens offers an 18 to 42mm field of view–which is plenty wide enough for many architectural and street photography applications. Additionally, many landscape photographers looking for an ultra wide to semi-wide option can take pride in knowing that they’ve got it all handled with one zoom lens.
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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 frame sensor format models.
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Tokina has recently shown remarkable success in controlling distortion at ultrawide focal lengths, while keeping prices low. This new 12–28mm f/4 AT-X Pro DX wide-angle zoom for Canon and Nikon APS-C bodies ($599, street) continues that fine trend.
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