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Tokina 11-16mm 2.8
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Josh Brock
(needsAbath)

Locale: Outside
Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 on 07/16/2013 10:14:05 MDT Print View

I just picked up this lens and am really excited about it!!!! I cant wait to take it out and shoot deep expanses from high elevations at low points of view.

Any one have any expierence with this lens?

Dan Ransom
(danransom) - F

Locale: Utah
tokina on 07/17/2013 22:06:31 MDT Print View

it's a fantastic lens. i used it for years on a canon 40d and 7d. if you can handle the weight, you'll love the images. sunbursts in particular are great.

Josh Brock
(needsAbath)

Locale: Outside
Re: tokina on 07/17/2013 22:34:09 MDT Print View

"it's a fantastic lens. i used it for years on a canon 40d and 7d. if you can handle the weight, you'll love the images. sunbursts in particular are great."

Awesome that's what I want to hear.

So far I've had fun using it as a walk around lens believe it or not. It gives things cool perspectives or at least forces you to shoot different and imaginative shots.

Jeff McConnell
(Catalyst) - F
very fun lens on 07/22/2013 18:18:12 MDT Print View

I liked it a lot while I had it. I think you'll be happy with it.

Erica R.
(skrapp138) - M
Re: Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 on 07/27/2013 23:22:41 MDT Print View

After trying the Canon and Sigma 10-22 and not being thrilled with either - the Tokina was PERFECT. I seriously love this lens - sharp, great color - pair it with a nice B+W polarizing filter and you can't go wrong! Have fun!

Misfit Mystic
(cooldrip)

Locale: "Grand Canyon of the East"
Polarizer on ultrawide on 07/28/2013 09:35:39 MDT Print View

The Tokina is a good lens; I've always liked their construction, very bomber. However I'd be careful using a polarizer as recommended above. Polarizers and uw lenses don't usually play well together; you'll end up with strange banding and shading, particularly in the sky, using a polarizer at the widest settings.