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TOKINA ATX 16-28MM T3 E-MOUNT

CINEMA LENS

Price: €2,680.00
Location: Italy
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Date Expires: 14/01/2020
Item ID: 211396

CINEMA LENS

TOKINA ATX 16-28MM T3 E-MOUNT

The Tokina Cinema ATX 16-28mm T3.0 (Canon EF) is a version of Tokina's wide-angle DSLR zoom lens, re-engineered for video use and capable of producing images suitable for 4K capture. It covers full-frame 35mm image sensors and is a parfocal lens, enabling you to maintain focus throughout a zoom move. The Cinema ATX 16-28mm can open up to a T3.0
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