Do you like lens flares? Then enjoy these images I collected between October and December 2016 to find out more about the characteristics of the Tokina AT-X Pro AF 28-70 f/2.6 (version 1, based on the Angenieux design) paired with the Sony FS5.
Combined with a focal reducer the field of view feels just right on a Super35-sensor. The focus and zoom rings are very smooth and precise. The lens does not extend while zooming and feels somehow parfocal.
More technical info in this blog post (german): r73.net/2016/12/29/gedanken-zum-tokina-atx-pro-28-70-f26-version1-an-der-sony-fs5/
If you are interested in this lens you also should take a look at these videos:
- vimeo.com/195638933 (These images feel very glitchy and distorted and were also shot with the Tokina)
- vimeo.com/195876457 (A simple test to find out if this lens is parfocal and how much it suffers from breathing when shifting the focus)
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Music by Maciej Kulesza (facebook.com/kuleszamusic/) from his collection "Ambient For Film", released under Creative Commons BY 3.0 and available here: ambientforfilm.bandcamp.com/
Video shot and edited by Roman Mischel (R73.net), released under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0. Please respect the terms & conditions of this license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/