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Tokina announces a 17-35mm F4 for the Canon EF mount
Tokina has announced the ATX-I 17-35mm F4 for the Canon EF mount, as a successor to the 17-35mm F4 AT-X Pro FX lens.
According to Tokina;
Designed for Full Frame DSLR cameras, the Tokina atx-i 17-35mm F4 FF give photographers a new wide-angle option that covers the majority of landscape scenes. With a focal length of 17mm at the wide side the lens yields a spectacular 103.9 degree field of view which is great for shooting landscapes, street snap, architecture, time-lapse.
The Tokina atx-i 17-35mm F4 FF offers constant f/4 aperture, robust design while still maintaining a reasonable size and weight that is especially important for active travel.
For more information, check out Tokina's site. This lens is available to pre-order here.
Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce the sales release of Tokina atx-i 17-35mm F4 FF lens.
Sales will commence on December 11, 2020.
Tokina atx-i 17-35mm F4 FF is designed to fit Full Frame DSLR cameras and supports Nikon F and Canon EF mounts. With its wide angle properties this lens is a perfect gear for shooting landscapes, street snap, architecture and time-lapse. Constant f/4 aperture, robust design while maintaining a reasonable size and weight provide a new option for professional photographers who are especially active in travel.
- Сompact lightweight and robust design - perfect for landscape, architecture , street snap and travel photography.
- Precise AF actuated by combination of Tokina GMR sensor and SD-M (Silent Drive-Module).
- Low vignetting, extremely low distortion and good sharpness throughout the image.
- Moisture protection.
- One-Touch Focus Clutch system.
As a part of Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd., Tokina has an optical manufacturing tradition that dates back to 1950s. Tokina specializes in high-quality lenses for today's digital single lens reflex (DSLR) and mirrorless cameras.
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