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Tokina AT-X M35 Pro DX AF35mm f/2,8 for Canon

Tokina AT-X M35 Pro DX AF35mm f/2,8 for Canon
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7 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Tokina AT-X M35 PRO DX 35 mm f/2.8

 

Perfect value for money, sharper than my Nikkor 50mm 1,8D.

Perfect build quality, outstanding brightness, sharpness and color rendition

Focus Clutch too stiff. No matter how much sense there is to shoot macro at 35mm (from 2 cm), macro works good

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Tokina AT-X M35 PRO DX 35 mm f/2.8

 

Superlative lens for the price, outstanding build quality, sharp, good colour rendition, better used for general purpose photography than macro work although you can get excellent results if you work at it (focal length too short for much macro...

Build, optics, price

Ugly (but who cares), 35mm not the best for macro work

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Tokina AT-X M35 PRO DX 35 mm f/2.8

 

This lens works best for near macro, as the focus distance at 1:1 is nearly touching the barrel! Because of the "normal" angle of view, I can do about 85% of my shooting with this lens.

Super Sharp. Little to no CA or distortion. High build quality. Very unique macro perspective

Infinity Focus at 5 feet. Focus Clutch takes a little getting used to. Focus can be slow if in "Full" mode--still very much acceptable

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Tokina AT-X M35 PRO DX 35 mm f/2.8

 

Possibly my favourite lens.

Very sharpUnique wide macro perspectiveSolid construction (except for the screw issue)

Heavy and a little bulky for a prime.After 8 months of use a screw came loose inside. The barrel is loose and the aperture is sticky. Currently in repair. I've heard nothing but good things, so I'm chocking this one up to bad luck. If it's dead, I'm...

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Tokina AT-X M35 PRO DX 35 mm f/2.8

 

Go for it if you need macro performance at low price and also need to use as a normal lens. Other wise nikon or canon 35mms are slightly cheaper.

macro performance, very sharp overall even wide open, good low light performance, all metal construction, simple to use

Infinity at only 5 feet, Heavyweight for the size, closest focus almost inside the barrel and slightly expensive

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