Tokina has introduced an up to date model of its 400mm F8 mirror lens that tweaks the optical detain and provides a T-mount system that Tokina says improves the efficiency of the lens and permits the lens for use with eight totally different digital camera mounts.
The Tokina 400mm F8 N II S mirror lens is a successor to the 400mm F8 N S mirror launched again in July 2020. The up to date lens is constructed of six parts in two teams—a departure from the six parts in 5 teams used within the authentic model. The lens has a minimal focusing distance of 115cm (45.3″), has a 67mm entrance filter thread and measures between 82–112mm, relying on whether or not you get the SLR or mirrorless mount variations, because the mirrorless variations have an extended adapter to account for the quick flange distance of mirrorless cameras.
The 400mm F8 lens is totally handbook and options an built-in T-mount that makes use of the usual male 42×0.75 thread; through the use of varied adapters, that are place on the lens earlier than being shipped out, the lens will work with Canon EF, Canon M, Fujifilm X, Micro 4 Thirds, Nikon F, Nikon Z, Pentax Okay and Sony E-mount digital camera methods. Naturally, the T-mount means the lens can simply be tailored from one mount to a different with a distinct mount adapter.
As is the case with all mirror lenses, this lens options the signature ‘donut’ bokeh, which is often thought-about much less aesthetically pleasing than the bokeh of typical optics, however is the worth paid for getting longer focal lengths in a comparatively small physique. Under are the one two pattern photographs Tokina has offered at the moment:
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The Tokina 400mm F8 N II S mirror lens Is at the moment listed on Tokina’s web site for round $262, however it doesn’t seem as if it’s potential to truly place an order at the moment. The primary orders, once they go dwell, are anticipated to ship beginning December 24, 2021.