Tokina has introduced the atx-m 11–18mm F2.8 E, its newest lens for Sony APS-C digital camera techniques. This new lens is the primary super-wide-angle zoom lens Tokina has designed solely for mirrorless cameras.
The lens, which affords a roughly 17–27mm full-frame equal focal size, is constructed of 13 components in 11 teams, together with two aspherical and two tremendous low-dispersion (SD) glass components. The optical components use with Tokina’s proprietary coating to reduce ghosting and flaring.
Different options embody a 19cm (7.5”) minimal focusing distance, an aperture vary of F2.8 by F22, a handbook focus ring, a 67mm front-filter thread and a nine-blade aperture diaphragm. Tokina makes use of its stepping motor (ST-M) unit for offering autofocus and the lens is fully-compatible with picture stabilization, direct handbook focus (MF), MF help modes, Eye AF and in-camera optical corrections.
Firmware for the lens is up to date by its built-in Micro USB port and it measures 74mm (2.9”) in each diameter and size, whereas weighing in at 335g (11.8oz).
The Tokina atx-m 11–18mm F2.8 E is out there beginning September 16 for $699. It comes with a carton field, a cleansing material, entrance/rear lens caps and a lens hood. All lenses include a two-year restricted guarantee.