Today I’m looking at the newest, and most expensive, ultra-wide angle lens for APS-C cameras, and the successor to Tokina’s rather popular, original 11-16mm f/2.8 lens. It’s designed for APS-C but it can also physically fit on a full-frame camera – so I’ve tested it on a Canon 6D, too. Have Tokina pulled a new masterpiece of a lens out of the bag? Or, in adding extra focal range, have they bitten off more than they can chew?
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All pictures and footage shot by me on Canon 6D and 70D cameras.
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