Reviews and Problems with Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X DX
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Nice lens, but be very careful with it
Ted from Texas, B&H Photo
4 February 2016
Excerpt: 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...
Excerpt: I have used this lens for 1 year on a Nikon D5200 now. Great lens
For 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.
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
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.
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 have been fortunate enough to have been shooting
Foto'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.
Excerpt: Versatile for so many types of shooting. Purchased primarily for underwater shots of large critters such as sharks and dolphins, etc. but have found it great for landscape, wildlife (closeup encounters), portraits and even macro.