Tokina AT-X PRO 124 12-24mm F/4.0 DX AF Lens For Nikon
About this product
|To shoot a wide range of photographic situations, get the Tokina PRO DX AF camera lens. The maximum aperture of f/4 of captures vibrant crisp images in any lighting condition. With a minimum aperture of f/22, this Tokina 12 mm - 24 mm lens delivers amazing still images of moving objects. The one-touch focus feature of this Tokina camera lens allows you to switch from manual to auto focus, in no time. This Tokina 12 mm - 24 mm lens’ sharp-cut aspherical elements remove any distortions found in wide angle focus images. The 9 apertures blades of this Tokina camera lens gives a perfect out-off effect in your picture. Besides, the 77 mm filter size protects the Tokina PRO DX AF lens from moist and dust.|
|Type||Image Stabilization, Macro/Close Up, Wide Angle|
|Focal Length (mm)||12-24mm|
Most relevant reviews
- lomeygoat1Nov 9, 2015USEDby
Good value and good build
It's a very good value lens. 12-24 is a nice wide angle. It's f/4.0 which is very good but not as good as f/2.8. It is a tad soft at f/4.0, ok for portraits but sharpens up good at f/5.6.<br>Again for the price, which is half of a Nikon lens, the quality of the photos can't be better.
- photoworxJul 25, 2015by
Excellent Lens ! Built Well and Affordable!
I just received this lens a few days ago and was a little nervous at first because I have been shooting with all Nikon products for over thirty years.<br><br>I purchased this lens because of reviews I had read and the cost for the focal length. I needed this focal length for Landscape and other applications. When I received this lens I was very happily surprised at the weight and the ease of operation. I used it for a Night shoot on a lake and it worked very well.<br><br>I did not like the way the lens attaches to the camera. There is a mark to line it up, but in the dark it was hard to see even with a light. I would give this lens a 9 out of 10 and would recommend it to anyone looking for an affordable Ultra Wide Lens.
- bole393Oct 27, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
It clumps when focusing.
- jumpers_awayFeb 9, 2008by
Excellent ultra wide angle
The AT-X Pro stands for Advanced Technology-Extra Professional, which means professional build and image. This lens has a constant maximum aperture of f/4, which is indicative of a pro lens. The lens does not extend during zooming and the front element does not rotate during focusing. The use of a polarizer is no problem with this lens.<br><br>Wide angle distortion is there, but it's quite controlled when compared to other ultra wide angle lenses, and virtually disappears at the long end. Center resolution is very high, with slight fall off in the corners at f/4, but the corners sharpen up nicely at f/5.6. CA's are pronounced, but this is easily corrected with most photo editing programs out there.<br><br>This is a very viable option to the Canon 10-22 ultra wide angle for a lot less money. The build quality is excellent, the image quality rivals Canon's pro series lenses, and it goes very wide.Read full review
- timinator62Dec 1, 2013by
Two Words sums it up... BUY ONE
This is a great lens, it has everything the 11-16mm has to offer with a more useable zoom range. Very well made and weighs a ton.