• Tokina AT-X 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AF DX Fisheye

    Tokina AT-X 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AF DX Fisheye spot light

    foto: Ryousuke Takahashi

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  • Weidse overzichten in kleine ruimtes met APS-C

    Weidse overzichten in kleine ruimtes met APS-C spot light

    foto: Ryousuke Takahashi

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  • 2 klikken in Lightroom en Fisheye........

    2 klikken in Lightroom en Fisheye........ spot light

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    verandert in supergroothoek spot light

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  • Veelzijdig en creatief: Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye

    Veelzijdig en creatief: Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye spot light

    Review

  • Tokina AT-X 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AF DX Fisheye
  • Weidse overzichten in kleine ruimtes met APS-C
  • 2 klikken in Lightroom en Fisheye........
  • verandert in supergroothoek
  • Veelzijdig en creatief: Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye

Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X 107 AF DX Fisheye

Where the vast majority of photographers are currently trying to distinguish themselves with as little distortion as possible, little focal depth and a great bokeh, your shots are likely to stand out much more if you make the opposite choice: an extremely short focal length with a great deal of focal depth. Perhaps with characteristic Fisheye distortion as the finishing touch. For anyone who uses a camera with an APS-C sensor, the selection of good and affordable lenses with an extremely short focal length is very limited. The Tokina 10-17mm AT-X Fisheye offers a solution.

This is a more versatile lens than you would expect on the grounds of the zoom range. First, a 1.7x zoom range doesn’t seem like much in comparison with most other zooms, but appearances can be deceiving. At extremely short focal lengths, a 1.7x zoom range is hefty. The character of this zoom also changes with the focal length, just as with the much more expensive Canon 8-15mm Fisheye zoom. At 10mm you benefit from the characteristic fisheye distortion, which disappears at the longest focal length. And those who photograph in RAW can very easily correct the fisheye distortion with the help of lens correction profiles in Lightroom or Photoshop.

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