The Tokina AT-X 11-20 F2.8 PRO DX ultra-wide angle lens features an expanded telephoto zoom range and improved optical performance. The lens is designed for use with Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras with APS-C (DX) sensors.
Tokina adds to its family of fast-aperture wide-angle zooms focused on providing photographers professional quality optics and construction at an affordable price. The fast f/2.8 aperture lens offers an equivalent 16.5-30mm* zoom range.
"Zoom lens with a good sturdy housing. Beautiful bright lens for indoor or night shots. Lens ensures razor-sharp images with an APS-C camera. Even with difficult sunlight it is possible to take pictures without flare."
Wim wan de Water
"This is an ultra-wide lens for APS-C that can do it all. With higher sharpness than its predecessor, the 11-20mm can handle any situation from astro-landscape photography to interiors, architecture and environmental portraits. I have no problem relying on it when I can't back up and need to get everything in the shot."
"Great quality lens that produces beautiful colour and sharp images. I use it for land and seascape photography and it doesn't let me down. It allows me to capture everything I need in frame without any significant distortion like you can sometimes see in wide angle lens."
The 11-20mm has a new proprietary optical design that uses three aspherical lens elements (2 all-glass molded and 1 P-MO lens). Three SD (Super-low Dispersion: FK01 and FK03) glass elements achieves superior contrast and sharpness, and corrects for spherical aberrations.
This compact ultra wide-angle zoom lens has a bright, constant f/2.8 aperture making viewing and auto focus possible in low light situations but still maintaining portable size and weight.
Tokina’s exclusive One-touch Focus Clutch Mechanism allows the photographer to switch between AF and MF simply by snapping the focus ring forward for AF and back toward the lens mount for manual focusing. The lens is also designed to stand up to the rigors of daily use by photographers in a wide variety of shooting conditions and environments.