Reviews and Problems with Tokina AT-X 116 Pro DX AF 11-16mm f/2.8
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Great value lens
1 May 2014
Summary: I ordered this lens to use for video work on a crop sensor T3i. I have owned this lens for one month and I find the lens provides sharp picture with great color. Here are some highlights: -One reason I selected this lens is because I really like the way Tokina switches between auto and manual focus,...
Chilehead Craig "Captured Moments are the Spice of Life", Amazon
7 February 2014
Summary: I purchased this lens for my after reading many reviews and came to my decision based on the sharpness and the constant 2.8 aperture. While you can fit more into the frame, I was even more interested in improving the hyperfocal distance over my .
Summary: Love this lens! Its by far my favorite lens now. Super crisp and clear video and stills. I actually bought it to shoot a wedding video and couldn't be happier. It definitely made the video 100x better being able to capture so much without having to pan all over the place.
Summary: I bought the Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 specifically to do nightscape photography with my Canon T4i (650D). My Canon EF-S 10-22 f/4.0-5.5 wasn't letting in enough light for the job. Now with the Tokina I can get some really good shots and even get nice photos showing the Milky Way Galaxy if the skies are...
Summary: I had tried this lens for a specific project. I already had a 16-50 f/2.8 Sony lens and after receiving the Tokina, made detailed comparison shots. I found that Tokina was a bit soft compared to the Sony on either end, but very close in the f/8-f/11 range. A very good lens.
Summary: I absolutely love how clear the images are that this lens produces. Its built very solid. The ONLY complaint that I have with this lens is that it seems to interfere with my camera's (Canon 60D) battery detection.