Thread: Poor man's Angenieux - Tokina AT-X-Pro 28-70mm F2.6-2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUEGO View Post
    Nikon F to Canon by Kindai Rayqual. Believe it or not, it's actually better than my Novoflex adapters.

    I would suggest a Leitax Nikon->Canon hard mount but the holes of the adapter don't line up with those on the lens bayonet.
    You're joking right? $150 for a piece of metal? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Niessner View Post
    OK, received the Tokina lens today. Sunshade got broken during transport and suboptimal packaging.
    So far lens looks still good, just need an adapter to EF now for testing it. Any suggestions for a well built one?
    I use this brand. I have their Nikon and OM mounts.
    https://www.amazon.com/Concept-Mount...ef=ast_p_pc_rc
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    Thanks guys for the suggestions.
    I was first thinking about the K&F adapter but there were some negative reviews and I don't want to risk anything.
    So I've ordered now a Novoflex adapter - it is expensive but I hope German engineering won't disappoint me.
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    Not sure how active this thread is anymore, but I have a version 2 for sale for $250 if anyone wants it. Haven't put it on fleabay yet, been trying some different camera forums first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parker View Post
    Not sure how active this thread is anymore, but I have a version 2 for sale for $250 if anyone wants it. Haven't put it on fleabay yet, been trying some different camera forums first.
    Gonna send you a PM.
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    I've been shooting with this lens exclusively for 2 weeks on a Fuji X pro 1. Good useable range, the zoom is super smooth and damped nice. The first three photos are from the Fuji and the portrait is a frame grab from the BMPCC, only grade is a Kodak Vis 3 LUT.
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    I can't find evidence that it is but just to make sure, is this lens parfocal? I'm planning to use with full frame.

    Thanks.
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    No, the only one that is parfocal is the original Angenieux 35-70 2.5-3.3 lens. The Tokina is close, but not quite parfocal,over the entire focal length range.
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    I have a Tokina AT-X Pro MkII 28-70mm f/2.6 with 77mm filter front and Pentax mount (plus PX to EF adaptor) for sale if anyone is interested. It's fully manual, like the Nikon version, so iris, focus and zoom are all manual.

    I've tested it with the Nikon mount version - and actual Angenieux version - and it's definitely based on the Angenieux design. I'll be posting it in the For Sale forum.
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    Would anyone know if this is the ver. II of this lens in EF mount?

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