Does the Tokina 11 16mm work on full frame?

Does the Tokina 11 16mm work on full frame?

The Tokina is equally sharp throughout almost the entire frame, and only in the most extreme corners does the image begin to stretch and blur slightly. In fact, the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 is the ONLY way a Nikon user can get 16mm, f/2.8, and filter threads all in the same lens, on both full-frame and DX!

Can I use crop lens on full-frame Sony?

Nikon and Sony both allow their full-frame and APS-C lenses to be used interchangeably with their full-frame and APS-C format cameras. This means you can mount your Sony or Nikon crop lenses onto Sony or Nikon full-frame bodies. The cameras then offer a ‘crop’ mode you can enable when using APS-C lenses.

What is 24mm on crop sensor?

24mm is an interesting focal length for both full frame and APS-C (crop sensor) cameras. On a cropped sensor camera such as a Rebel XSi or EOS 50D, a 24mm lens gives you the same field of view as a 38.4mm lens would on a full frame camera. This is a useful “normal-wide” focal length.

What is the difference between a cropped sensor and full frame?

The primary difference between a full frame and crop sensors is simply the physical size of the sensor. Full frame sensors are 35mm x 24mm while crop sensors are smaller than this and can vary in dimensions. Sensors come in several sizes, have varying characteristics and wildly differing prices.

What does Fe mean on Sony lenses?

The Sony “FE” means that the lens is designed for the full-frame Sony Alpha mirrorless cameras, like anything in the a7 line. Full-frame lenses can be used with APS-C cameras like the a6000 but the focal length will be increased by a factor of 1.5x.

What happens when you use a crop lens on a full frame camera?

Crop frame sensor lenses are designed specifically to match the smaller size of crop sensors. The image coverage on these lenses is designed for a sensor smaller than full frame. If you try to pair a lens built for crop sensors onto a full frame camera then your images will have black edges around them.

What f is Tokina 11-16mm?

Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 II at f/22. 9 straight blades. Stops down to f/22. DX and 1.6x only. 11-16mm. When used on a DX camera, it gives angles of view similar to what a 17-24mm lens gives when used on an FX or 35mm camera.

What kind of lens does the Tokina at-x 116 have?

Gallery Video Reviews News Ambassadors Description Tokina AT-X 116 f/2.8 PRO DX II (11-16mm) is an update to the widely popular and award winning Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX (11-16mm f/2.8) lens.

What is the difference between Nikon 14-24mm and Tokina 11-16mm?

Compared to the Nikon Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 This Tokina 11-16mm is a completely different lens from, and intended for completely different purposes than, the hulking, two-pound, $1,600 Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8. If you’re considering this Tokina, it is highly unlikely you’d be considering the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 for the same task.

Is the Tokina 11-16 the fastest autofocusing lens?

The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX Lens is not the fastest autofocusing lens – nor is it the quietest. The 11-16’s micro-motor AF drive focuses reasonably fast, but most of the time (perhaps 90% of the time), the 11-16 will make a second focus adjustment immediately after the first.

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