Tokina 20-35mm F2.8 AT-X 235 AF PRO

mount: A-mount
prod. code: ATX235AFPRO
EAN/UPC: data needed
makernote ID: 25521
format: Full frame
release year: 1990 ?
status: Discontinued
D type lens: No
SLT compatible: Yes
AF Drive: In Body
focus design: internal
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): No
max. aperture: 2.8
min. aperture: 22
focal range(mm): 20-35
elements/group: 15/11
angle of view: 94,4 - 63,4
aperture blades: 8
min. focus distance(mm): 250
filter rotate focusing: No
filter rotate zooming: No
max. magnification: data needed
filter diameter(mm): 77
hood: BH771,773,776
color: black
length(mm): 85.5
weight(g): 585
standard accessories: Dedicated lens hood, fitted soft case

user review ratings
overall: 4.49
sharpness: 4.33
color: 4.56
build: 4.89
distortion: 4.78
flare control: 3.89
total: 9 reviews

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The AT-X 235 AF PRO is a wide-angle zoom lens that will produce dynamic images, which are sharp from edge to edge. The fast, constant maximum aperture of f/2.8 makes wide-angle photography, like reportage, effortless in difficult lighting situations such as indoors or at dusk.

Two Pioneering all-glass aspherical lens elements, one front and rear, (F&R aspherical) are employed to eliminate wide-angle spherical astigmatism and correct edge/marginal light rays for superb image quality. Hoya Corporation, the world’s largest optical glass manufacturer, has created a micron-tuned precision molding technique with the accuracy to form aspherical surfaces to the thousandths of a millimeter. These aspherical elements, as well as 11 more of the remaining 13, receive Tokina’s unique multi-coatings to further improve optical performance.

Continuing the tradition of AT-X, this AT-X PRO series lens boasts a solid, all metal construction using duraluminum alloy. Tokina’s Focus Clutch Mechanism allows maximum AF response and sensitivity while focusing manually. - Home of the alpha system photographer
In memory of Cameron Hill - brettania