Reviews and Problems with Tokina AT-X 116 Pro DX AF 11-16mm f/2.8
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Caleb, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: It's built like a tank. Very sturdy. Smooth control too. I can't wait to use this for some astro photography. The push pull manual/auto focus on the focus ring is really nice too. For the cost this is a very well built fast lens. The aperture gives beautiful star bursts when stopped down, and great bokeh wide open. The removable lens hood will help those shooting on FX bodies.
Excerpt: I use this lens for wide angle landscape shooting. I was a bit reluctant to purchase this lens as I had previously only owned Canon and Sigma lenses but the bargain price and many good reviews convinced me.
Excerpt: I love this lens, it's been on my camera ever since it came out of the box. I have used it mostly for my night photography and it's incredible not really anything bad about it other than it is a bit on the heavy side. I would and have recommended it to my photography friends.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Strong Construction
Summary: For the money this is the best super wide out there. Do not waste your money on Sony's effort, this is better, faster, less costly, better made. I got retired my Tamron 10-25 for this lens and could not be happier. With my Ziess 25-75 I've got most of my bases covered, except macro work, which is covered by the 50mm. This is a hefty little monster which feels solid in the hands.
Excerpt: The only complaint is that the build feels a bit cheap but for the price its an amazing lens. Perfect for my 60d's frame. The focus ring doubles as the switch for auto/manual focus which is a cool design but I think it could be executed slightly better. I love it though and it adds a much needed wide angle to my glass collection.
Excerpt: The only thing that I want to say about this great lens is that it has worked really well for me. I'm a landscape photographer and I would like to recommend this producto to anyone (Professionals and Amateurs)Don't take the newest version of this lens because there's the II version. This one is made of metal. It's better. Thanks for your time and be sure to add this lens to your equipment, you won't regret as I did.
Pros: Aps-c Lens With F2, Durable, Powerful Aperture F28, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I was not sure which lens to get so this was the one that was most recommended by fellow photographers. I shoot a lot of sunsets and could not get the whole picture in my frame, no problem now with this lens. I love my new lens and would definitely recommend it to a friend or an enemy. I would give it a five star rating.