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Tokina AT-X 100 PRO D macro lens
Ilse Jurriën : September 21th 2005 - 21:55 CET
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TokinaTokina AT-X 100 PRO D macro lens : The Tokina AT-X 100 PRO D is a new macro lens capable of life-sized (1:1) reproduction at 11.8 in. (30 cm). The lens’ multi-coating have been re-engineered to match the highly reflective silicon based CCD and CMOS sensors in today’s digital SLR cameras. This lens gives the best of both worlds because optics still give full coverage and excellent sharpness on 35mm film. A macro lens that can handle both the digital and film worlds with ease. The AT-X 100 PRO D also has a very convenient focus limiter switch that can lock the focus out of the closes focus making it focus faster when used as a moderate telephoto lens that is excellent portraits as well.
Tokina AT-X 100 PRO D macro lensAT-X 100 PRO D - Features
Tokina One Touch Focus Clutch Mechanism for fast easy switching between manual and Auto focus. 55mm non-rotating filter thread for use with macro ring flashes and special effects filters. The AT-X 100 PRO D also comes with a deep bayonet mounted lens hood.

About Tokina AT-X lenses
AT-X comes from our original concept of “Advanced Technology-Extra.” This vision encompasses a special group of lenses that are manufactured without compro-mise, using the most advanced design and fabrication technologies available. The use of unique and unprecedented optical systems independently pioneered by Tokina has made advanced features, high performance, lightweight, and compact designs a reality. Of course, we have also given full consideration to ergonomics and handling. To any user, AT-X means excellent performance through superior technology.

Tokina AT-X Pro D lens - Specification
• Zoom Range: 100mm
• Maximum Aperture: F/2.8
• Minimum Aperture: F/32
• Filter Size: 55mm
• Number of Diaphragm Blades: 9
• Optical Construction: 9 Elements / 8Groups
• Minimum Focus Distance: 11.8 in. (30cm)
• Macro Ratio: 1:1
• Focus Limiter 1.28 to infinity
• Dimensions: 2.9 in. (73mm) X L 3.74 in. (95.1mm)
• Weight: 19.0 oz. (540g)
• Included Accessories: Dedicated Lens Hood
• Mount availability: Canon and Nikon

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