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Tokina-at-x-17-35-f4-pro-fx.33544143
9.0 out of 10

Tokina AT-X 17-35 F4 PRO FX

Great Deal: $479.00

Reviews and Problems with Tokina AT-X 17-35 F4 PRO FX

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Overall 10
10

Five Stars

Timothy J. Robertson "Tim", Amazon
2 weeks ago
  • Summary: Really great lens for the price. My only complaint is that the sticker is already coming off.
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Overall 10
10

Great Quality Lens

Everett, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: I shoot interiors with this lens and it has been a life saver on some jobs. The glass is very sharp, (Nikon 16-35mm a bit sharper), and has very low distortion and little vignetting. It is well built and reasonably light to carry and has a high quality lens coating to prevent flair as well as close focusing capability. Excellent value for the money and you can achieve pro results.
  • Pros: Durable, Lightweight, Sharp Glass, Strong Construction, Very low distortion
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Overall 10
10

Great lens, great value

RafiB, B&H Photo
4 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: Landscapes, townscapes, interior of buildings. It is fast-focusing, relatively small and light. The pictures are very good with little CA and excellent bokeh. For the price this is a a great addition. The lens is not a fast one, so if you need it for low light the Tamron maybe better. However this is one of the few lenses at this focal length that has the ability to take filters and is safer with no protruding glass- especially on long trips etc.
  • Pros: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Poor in Low Light
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Overall 10
10

I was very happy with the sharpness of this wide lens

Elaine Rahoy, Amazon
19 November 2014
  • Summary: Used this lens today for the first time to take interior home photos. I was very happy with the sharpness of this wide lens.
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Overall 10
10

Great wide-angle 3rd party lens for Nikon shooters

David Parker, Amazon
13 November 2014
  • Summary: Love this lens. Can't afford the Nikon 14-24 and wasn't impressed with the Nikon 16-35 so this was my next choice. I chose it over the Tokina 16-28 because of the front element. This lens can take filters and while Tokina is well built and traditionally a little more heavy, it is lighter than the 16-28 and more balanced. I shoot with a D600 and love using this lens with it. No issues with corner softness or any other negatives review sites try to tell you.
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Overall 8
8.0

Awesome lens for landscapes

Martin, B&H Photo
7 October 2014
  • Excerpt: I bought this lens as a cheaper alternative to Canon 17-40 f/4L. It is my second Tokina lens. I am not disappointed with this one. Overall build of the lens is excellent. It feels solid and mechanical performance is great. Lens is sharp for landscape and general, everyday ultra wide photography. For most part AF function is adequate.
  • Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Poor in Low Light
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Overall 10
10

Love the lens

Vanessa Abuabara, Amazon
21 September 2014
  • Summary: Love the lens. Working great. But the shipping of it was SUCH a hassle! Someone on Amazon or USPS messed up and didn't fufill the 1 day guaranteed shipping promise. The person who sold it to me went out of his way to solve the problem and get it to me when I needed it. I was really disappointed I couldn't bring it on a trip. But I would definitely work with this person again! Just learning USPS and Amazon isn't as reliable as they always say.
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Overall 10
10

More than happy with this lens

Kelsey McCarthy, Amazon
21 September 2014
  • Summary: More than happy with this lens. Quick to focus, focuses closer than I expected. Edges are in focus, great for weddings, real estate, landscape photography, etc.
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Overall 2
2.0

Monumental design failure, or did I get a dud lens?

Rolf H Gibbs, Amazon
8 September 2014
  • Summary: On my Nikon D600, when I open the lens up to it's widest (17mm), the inner lens actually touches the camera mirror and stops it from closing again after taking the shot. If I want to see through the viewfinder again (for example to take another picture!), I have to twist the zoom to a less wide setting to release the mirror. This is an inexcusable design failure for a camera built for Nikon mount. Has anyone else encountered this problem?
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Overall 10
10

AWESOME LENS..

naguada916, Ebay
26 August 2014
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