Reviews and Problems with Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X DX
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Dbbwt2002, B&H Photo
19 May 2015
Excerpt: Compared to a pro series canon fisheye -has a better MTF chart -less than half the price -minimal loss being 10-17 vs.canon 8-15 being a specialty lens for an active photographer, this hoodless version for my 6D's (and other full frame cameras)is perfect.
Pros: Consistent Output, Good Mtf Chart, Lightweight, Price
Excerpt: Nice lens, good light and good quality. Just one problem, and it really stupid, I don´t 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
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Excerpt: 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.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Excerpt: I use this lens for my urban exploration and cityscape photography . This lens is well built and does well in low light . Very good sharpness with every picture . I does well for bracketing HDR images with very little CA .
Excerpt: Initially I had mixed feelings about opting for this lens vs. the Canon 15mm fisheye lens; however, amidst some great user reviews, I decided to purchase. Glad I made that decision. Photos are super-sharp. 17mm fisheye provides one of the widest point of views out there.
Pros: Durable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Rugged, Strong Construction
Excerpt: 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...
Excerpt: I needed a fisheye to use for my underwater and wave photos...it was the first fish-eye ever purchased. I found that a lot of other water photographers used the same one. Can't beat the price as compared to the Canon equivalent!