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Has anyone mounted an Tokina 11-16 canon mount with a built in aperture on the Pocket

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  • Has anyone mounted an Tokina 11-16 canon mount with a built in aperture on the Pocket

    Im curious on how it vignettes. All the tests online are on the gh2.
    Last edited by Tyler Bell; 11-29-2013, 10:09 AM.

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    Seeing as it does not vignette on a GH2 (APS-C lens on MFT) it won't vignette on the Pocket.

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      WTH are you even asking here? Do you understand sensor size for one? I mean seriously dude. This seems like a fake post.

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        Originally posted by vicharris View Post
        WTH are you even asking here? Do you understand sensor size for one? I mean seriously dude. This seems like a fake post.
        Yeah that's the spirit vicharris. some new guy, who's not all sensor savvy comes along and asks a simple question, let's chew him up for not being as wonderfully bright as you. Why do you bother to answer if it annoys you so much?
        Last edited by Bart; 11-30-2013, 02:36 AM.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tyler Bell View Post
          Im curious on how it vignettes. All the tests online are on the gh2.
          I have this lens, and an EF to MFT adapter with built-in aperture. I could test it for you on my BMPCC, however, I currently lack SD cards. They should be arriving sometime this week!

          Originally posted by vicharris View Post
          WTH are you even asking here? Do you understand sensor size for one? I mean seriously dude. This seems like a fake post.
          It's because adapters with built-in apertures are known to cause vignetting.
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            The question was quite legit, dear vicharris!

            Those apertures which are not in the place intended by lens design can be serious trouble.

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              I've used it with aperture adapter and there is NO vignette. It's a great lens on that camera. My only complaint is that I wish it was faster...like around a 1.8.
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                I have tested it last week. I have EzFoto Canon EOS EF mount lens to MFT with build in aperture. It didn't vignette at widest aperture, but it vignette pretty quickly once you close down. I think this is one of the best lens solution for BMPCC for now.

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                  Originally posted by nxy View Post
                  I have tested it last week. I have EzFoto Canon EOS EF mount lens to MFT with build in aperture. It didn't vignette at widest aperture, but it vignette pretty quickly once you close down. I think this is one of the best lens solution for BMPCC for now.
                  Really? I didn't notice that and I have the exact same adapter. The tokina I shot with belonged to a friend. The shoot was at night so I only had it at 2.8. I'll have to test again.
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