Tokina officially announced the new 20mm f/2.0 prime lens. It is designed for mirrorless cameras with full-frame image sensors.
The Firin 20mm F2 FE MF is the first in Tokina product line compact form-factor super wide ultra fast F2 aperture manual prime lens.
The wide-angle optic has a construction of 13 elements in 11 group. All lens elements are carefully multi-coated that helps to reduce reflections and flares to an absolute minimum.
It performs excellent optical abilities due to perfectly placed two all-glass precision molded aspherical elements with 3 Super-Low Dispersion (SD) glass lens elements that are greatly reducing aberrations and yielding higher resolution and contrast.
Tokina Firin 20mm f/2.0 FE MF Lens Officially Announced
The FíRIN 20mm F2 FE MF has an ability to encode and transmit aperture, distance and optical data to the camera body. This makes this lens fully suitable in terms of using MF assist function, 5 axis image stabilization and view finder electronic distance scale. Lens CPU with optical correction data noticeably contributing to final image processing inside the camera.
Design devoted to manual shooting and cinema enthusiasts includes a wide manual focus ring, aperture ring and depth of field index bar. De-Click Aperture function makes this lens suitable for cinema/video shooting.
- Focus distance : 20mm
- Brightness : F2
- Compatible format : Full format
- Minimum aperture : F22
- Lens configuration : 13 elements in 11 group
- Angle of view : 92.651°
- Filter size : 62mm
- Shortest object distance : 0.28m / 11 in.
- Macro maximum magnification : 1 : 10.33
- Focus method : Internal focus
- Number of aperture blades : 9
- Maximum diameter : 69mm
- Full length : 81.5mm
- Weight : 490g
- Hood : Square, bayonet type
- Mount type : Sony-E
The Firin 20mm F2 FE MF lens will be released in the first quarter of 2017.
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