Thread: Tokina 11-16mm DX II available for preorder on B&H

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  1. #1 Tokina 11-16mm DX II available for preorder on B&H 
     

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    When is this coming out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JIKIJI View Post
    When is this coming out?
    You can get it right now if you really want to... from Asia.
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    Remember it's the Nikon DX version, not the Canon EF mount.
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    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...PRO_DX_II.html

    Canon version here.

    I'm assuming Tokina's been sending out samples for reviews, etc. Has anybody seen any reviews crop up yet? I'm interested to see what's changed from the original, besides the AF motor.
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    I've been looking everywhere for reviews and nada. nothing. If someone can find one I'd be amazed. From what I read in the press releases, it has new multi-coating for better flare control (problem for the first version), and some CA tweaking so that it's gone. I may hold out for new one, and rent the old one till I see what the reviews say about it. Should drop the price at least on the first version.
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    Since this lens is for APS-C what exactly is the crop factor on the BMC? Not sure how the Math works on this conversion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mexicanmanchild View Post
    Since this lens is for APS-C what exactly is the crop factor on the BMC? Not sure how the Math works on this conversion.
    The crop factor is always the same (2.3x compared to full frame) as long as the image circle of the lens is large enough for the sensor you're using. Even if the image circle isn't large enough (such as 16mm glass), the crop factor would still be the same, there would just be vignetting. No additional math needed.
    Last edited by Macalincag; 07-27-2012 at 09:55 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mexicanmanchild View Post
    Since this lens is for APS-C what exactly is the crop factor on the BMC? Not sure how the Math works on this conversion.
    2.3x compared to Full Frame DSLR's like the 5D.
    1.6x for an APSC compared to the 5D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mexicanmanchild View Post
    Since this lens is for APS-C what exactly is the crop factor on the BMC? Not sure how the Math works on this conversion.
    Try this link. http://www.abelcine.com/fov/
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