New: Tokina AT-X 70-200mm f/4 PRO FX VCM-S and AT-X 12-28 f/4 PRO DX lenses



Last year at the CP+ show in Japan Tokina displayed a prototype of their new AT-X 70-200mm f/4 PRO FX VCM-S lens (full frame). This lens is now officially announced (see technical specs here). In addition, Tokina also announced a new AT-X 12-28 f/4 PRO DX lens (technical specs).

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  • Lorenzino

    No price and release dates?
    However: nice idea the 12-28, but I guess at this point everybody has a wide-zoom (10-20 or 10-24, or 12-24, etc.) so well…
    As for the 70-200: it really has to be optically good, and much cheaper in price than Canon and Nikon equivalents… Let’s see…

    • TotalReader

      Hope it’s true. But i’m afraid the price will be around 1000$

      • No longer Pablo Ricasso

        It should be a little less. I think you can get that great 16-28 for less than that. I’m looking forward to seeing about the quality.

    • An anonimous Photographer

      You can expect the price for this well featured 70-200mm to be in range with other third-party lens makers, like Tamron and Sigma, so between 800 and 1000 dollars is my guess.

      I preferable buy lenses which are specifically made for the brand, in my case Nikon. But Tokina is one of the makers I highly respect due to their excellent build and good optics they use. Have to say that their production shows some sample differences (personal experience)

      • lorenzino

        Well, at least in Italy the Sigma 70-200 / 2.8 goes for 1150 euros circa (I guess in the States the price is the same, but in dollars). The difference between 2.8 and 4 is significant enough. I don’t know how they are going to price the lens, by anything closer enough to that sigma price would be a marketing failure. Yes 4 is smaller than 2.8, hence more portable, but well…

  • blinkingeye

    What does the 12-28 bring that the 12-24 does not, besides the obvious?

    I love my 12-24 and will not be giving it up.

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