What is atx lens?
It covers Super 35mm image sensors and is a parfocal lens, holding focus throughout zoom moves. The Cinema ATX 11-20mm maintains a constant T2. Its durable metal housing withstands the rigors of cine production and incorporates 0.8 Mod lens gears for compatibility with FIZ (focus/iris/zoom) control systems.
What’s the difference between crop and full-frame?
What is the Difference Between a Full-Frame and a Crop Sensor? A full-frame sensor is a digital sensor that replicates the size of classic 35mm film cameras (36 x 24mm). A crop sensor is smaller, which means it crops the edges of your photo to produce a tighter field of view.
How sharp is the Tokina 11-16mm DX lens?
The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX Lens delivers very good center sharpness wide open and shows slight improvement when stopped down. Corners at f/2.8, especially at the wide end of the focal length range are obviously softer than the center.
What is the difference between 11-16mm and 16mm?
16mm is only 45% longer than 11mm. Geometrically (logarithmically or percentage-wise), 11-16mm is only half the zoom range of a 12-24mm lens. For some people, the range from 16mm to 24mm may be significant.
Why 11-16mm focal length?
The useful 11-16mm focal length is chosen in order to position this lens as an easy demanded gear after standard zoom lenses or initial wide angle zoom lens to start with.
What kind of lens is the at-x 116 Pro DX-II?
The AT-X 116 PRO DX-II 11-16mm f/2.8 Lens for Canon Mount by Tokina is an ultra-wide angle autofocus zoom lens with a fast constant f/2.8 maximum aperture. The AT-X 116 PRO DX-II lens is designed for digital cameras with APS-C-size CMOS or CCD sensors.