Tokina has announced its latest lens, the SZ 33mm F1.2 Manual Prime for Fujifilm X-mount and Sony E-mount APS-C camera systems.
The lens, which offers approximately 50 mm full-frame equivalent focal length, is composed of nine components in seven groups, with an aperture range of F1.2 to F16, featuring an 11 blade aperture diaphragm, minimum focusing distance of 50 cm (19.7 “) and a Uses 62mm front filter thread.Tokina states that optical components have ‘multi-coating’ properties, but does not elaborate on the specifications mentioned.
Both the Fujifilm X- and Sony E-Mount versions have a click-free aperture ring for smooth adjustment. Tokina says that it also reduces focus breathing while focusing on the 160º focus ring, as shown in the sample footage below:
Below is a collection of sample photographs provided by Tokina:
Both lenses are approximately 71mm (2.8 ”) in diameter, 87.5mm (3.4”) long and weigh 605g (1.3lbs). Both models should be available for purchase starting today at $ 399, although the lists do not currently appear live to any retailer.
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