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Tokina AT-X 828 AF PRO AF 80-200 F2.8

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    Posted: 02 March 2007 at 16:40
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Testphoto with the Tokina AT-X 828

Direct out of DSLR, resized

Alpha 100

ISO 100

1/1000s

f/4

135mm (~202mm/35mm)

no flash




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From the widow of ahotel in the city of Kirov. 120mm at 2.8 handheld. Sunset made the colours magnificent. just resized

The same at 3.5 and 80 mm


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Sony A100, ISO 400, 200mm, f/5.6, 1/320 sec
cropped, resized and sharped a little bit


Sony A100, ISO 200, 400mm (+Bower 2x), f/8, 1/500 sec
same here

If I have to be completely honest, it's not a G, but it certainly is a decent lens, if you calibrate it to your camera, or, as in my case, calibrate your camera to it
 



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