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

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    Frank, I'm not happy sir, not one bit
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    To add some fuel into the flames Vic, I just received my Sigma F2.8 / 70-210 mm APO Zoom to compliment the long end :-)
    Not exactly the Angenieux mojo, but still a similar very nice and vintage look

    So now I'm covered from 28 to 210 mm @ f2.8.

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    Nice rocket launcher there Frank.
    So, what's the difference between Sigma's APO lenses and their ART lenses?
    I understand the whole APO thing for reducing chromatic aberrations, but how does this line up with the ART lenses? Are ART lenses also APO or what?
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    Just looked over the ArtLens specs, but couldn't find APO mentioned anywhere - maybe they control CA in a different way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
    Just looked over the ArtLens specs, but couldn't find APO mentioned anywhere - maybe they control CA in a different way
    Thanks mate.

    Well, at any rate, this Sigma lens looks like a really great alternative to the more expensive Canons and Nikons.
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    Ugh I want this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post

    Well, at any rate, this Sigma lens looks like a really great alternative to the more expensive Canons and Nikons.
    Yes, and it compliments the vintage look of the Tokina really nice.
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    @Frank Glencairn,

    Is your Tokina Pro I a Nikon mount or Canon mount?
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    Nikon - I prefer a mechanical iris ring
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    Have one, love it.
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