Tokina AT-X 100mm f2.8 f/2.8 pro - New Review Submitted
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Old 01-01-2014   #1
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by: rainer

Description: The Tokina AT-X 100mm f2.8 f/2.8 pro is a DX Lens. I had purchased and used this Lens for around 12 months. I was looking for very good optic quality and a 100mm range. I was able to produce exactly that. Quality Macro Photos! For around $4.50 Aus. It is a solid sturdy Lens, something Tokina is known for producing hence the reason why i have x 4 Tokina Lenses. There is a lever that will let you use limited Macro or full 1:1 Macro. There is a push/pull ring that allows you to engage manual focus or auto focus. Of course you would mostly use manual I also like the way the Hood is arranged. It lets you reverse it and slide it over the Lens twist and click it in to place making it a compact unit to stash away. Sure there are more expensive Lenses that are also very good but this one can not be competed against for value and quality results > Here are just a few samples





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