Tokina 80-400mm F4.5-5.6 AT-X 840 AF-II

mount: A-mount
prod. code: AT-X 840 AF-II
EAN/UPC: data needed
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format: Full frame
release year: 2001
status: Discontinued
specification
D type lens: No
SLT compatible: Yes
AF Drive: In Body
focus design: external
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): No
max. aperture: 4.5-5.6
min. aperture: 32
focal range(mm): 80-400
elements/group: 16/10
angle of view: 30,2 - 6,2
aperture blades: 8
min. focus distance(mm): 2500
filter rotate focusing: Yes
filter rotate zooming: Yes
max. magnification: 0.186x (1/5.4)
filter diameter(mm): 72
hood: Round BH-724
color: black
length(mm): 136
weight(g): 1050
standard accessories: Dedicated lens hood, fitted soft case

user review ratings
overall: 4.37
sharpness: 4.00
color: 4.33
build: 5.00
distortion: 4.50
flare control: 4.00
total: 6 reviews

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Another first from Tokina, a complete range of lenses in one! Tokina created the world’s first 80-400 mm f/4.5-5.6 lens that can boast a brightness of f/5.6 even at 400 mm! It’s still the world’s smallest 80-400 mm zoom lens.

The AT-X 840 AF-II model adds a built-in tripod collar and refinements in the auto focus gearing for a smoother AF. The optical design incorporates SD (APO) glass and an internal flare cutting mechanism, which removes unnecessary light (flare) to render clean sharp images. Another highly functional feature of the AT-X 840 AF-II is the zoom lock, which secures the zoom lens in its most compact position at 80 mm.

Using the included bayonet lens hood (Tokina always recommends using a lens hood) further eliminates unwanted flare. All metal barrel construction, chrome plated brass mount plate and SD glass all combine to create an AT-X lens built for travel photography.

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