Three New Tokina ATX-M Sony E-Mount Lenses

  By Ryley Smith

 

We can never get enough lenses! That’s why we are stoked to hear Tokina has released three new ATX-M lenses for Sony E-Mount! Great for both amateurs and professionals, Tokina has created the Tokina ATX-M 23mmATX-M 33mm and the ATX-M 56mm. All three of these lenses have an F1.4 aperture and are super compact and lightweight, making them great for all kinds of photographic adventures!

The Tokina ATX-M 23mm, 33mm, and 56mm are all a part of Tokina’s excellent ATX-M Series. They have been designed with low-dispersion glass elements that provide sharp focus, high contrast and low distortion. With a common minimum aperture of 1.4mm, these lenses allow for an extremely shallow depth of field and impressive low light capability. The construction also allows for extremely fast but silent autofocus and includes a 5-axis in-body stabilization mechanism. Additionally, they all feature clickless aperture ring controls that are smooth and functional without being cumbersome.

Specifically looking at the Tokina ATX-M 23mm, it features a wide-angle of approximately equal to 35mm lenses with full-frame sensor cameras. With a minimum focus distance of 0.3 meters (less than a foot), the close-up possibilities are almost endless, including food, product photography and more. 

For more information on the Tokina ATX-M 23mm, click here!

Taking a closer look at the Tokina ATX-M 33mm, it features a standard angle of view approximately equal to 50mm lenses with full-frame sensor cameras. With a minimum focus distance of 0.4 meters (less than a foot), the close-up possibilities are open to the imagination, from flowers to insects and beyond.

For more information on the Tokina ATX-M 33mm, click here!

Finally, the Tokina ATX-M 56mm features an angle of view approximately equal to 85mm lenses with full-frame sensor cameras, making it perfect for shooting portraits, street scenes, and low-light photos. 

For more information on the Tokina ATX-M 56mm, click here!

 

Featured in this blog: 

Tokina ATX-M 23mm F1.4 – Sony E

Tokina ATX-M 33mm F1.4 – Sony E

Tokina ATX-M 56mm F1.4 – Sony E

Author:

Ryley graduated in 2018 from the U of C, with a bachelor in Sociology. With a strong love for writing, and having dabbled in photography, she wanted to take her curious mind and put it towards a more fun and creative future. In her spare time, Ryley finds herself camping, skiing, and fishing. She also loves craft beer and interesting food, ideally together.