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Tokina AT-X 340 AF-II 100-300 mm f/4

Tokina AT-X 340 AF-II 100-300 mm f/4
 

Specifications:

Manufacturer Tokina
Model AT-X 340 AF-II 100-300 mm f/4
Lens style Telephoto zoom
Focal length 100 - 300 mm
Maximum aperture f/4
Angle of view 24.3 - 8.2 o
Closest focusing distance 2 m
Maximum magnification
Minimum aperture 32
Number of diaphragm blades 0
Auto focus type AF
Lens Construction 15 elements / 11 groups
Filter diameter 77 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Canon EF
Nikon F
Dimensions 0 x 0 mm
Weight 1540 g
Additional information

Average rating (4 owners reviews).

Build quality 4.75
Optical quality 4.50
Value for money 4.75
Overall 4.67
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User: MP
IP 70.193.x.x
Date: 2013-10-21 00:41:01
Owner since: 6 months
Price: 400
User profile: Semipro
 

Cons: Great Great and Great

Pros: Slow focusing, but nothing to worry about. Set it in manual, it will resolve this issue. Range 100-290mm (quality superb, sharpness great). 300mm is fair..

Summary: I am buying the lens for Birds shooting purpose. However, the bokeh of lens is so nice so I ended up using it for Portrait. A great lens for portrait at 180nm f4. I love it (details, sharpness, color, and less noise). I shot some bird photos too, ridiculously nice. A little slow for flying birds, but fast enough for some.

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User: joe
IP 2.171.x.x
Date: 2013-04-05 23:43:38
Owner since: 6 years
Price: 300
User profile: Amateur
 

Cons: 300 mm is not so sharp as 100 to 200 mm, few chromatic aberrations at 300 mm, you must stop down at 300 mm approx. to f11, if you inted to use a 2x-converter

Pros: nice colours, very sharp at 100-200mm.you may use ist with belows for macro photos

Summary: phantastic tele photo lens with great zoom rage, but with some week-ness at 300mm

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User: TateJ
IP 216.52.x.x
Date: 2012-07-09 19:45:44
Owner since: 1 year
Price: 300
User profile: Amateur
 

Cons: Lens hood could be longer. No made any more, so I am worried about getting it repaired if it breaks. Focus is a little snow, but not enough to really complain about.

Pros: Great leans. Great Value. Helps me make great pcitures. Built like a tank.

Summary: I use it for photographing youth baseball on a nikon d3. Perfect lens for that. I can cover the entire infield plus the the near out fielder and the center fielder. If this one breaks, I'll buy another one in a heartbeat.

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User: Bob Hawley
IP 219.85.x.x
Date: 2011-09-22 18:54:19
Owner since: 6 months
Price: About US$6
User profile: Amateur
 

Cons: Huge and heavy

Pros: Great bokeh, sharp and accurate focusing. Gives me awesome pictures. Its weight actually helps me handhold it steadier at slower speeds and get nice sharp photos at 300mm: it's hard to make this lens vibrate!

Summary: Excellent, high quality lens for the money but difficult to find a camera bag for it and heavy to walk around with.


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