It seem that in the last year or two there has been a huge influx of new cine lenses from all sorts of manufacturers. You can also say that this year’s NAB 2017 was pretty dry on cameras, but did compensate with some pretty slick new lenses such
To say that Phil Holland is an asset to the RED camera community would be a gross understatement. Phil has been providing the most accessible and useful technical information about RED cameras for a very long time creating most, if not all, of the sensor comparison/frame rate tables,
So, I was digging around earlier today (for some strange reason) for super-wide angle zoom lenses and I came across the AT-X 14-20mm f2.0 DX in Canon EF mount from Tokina. I am sort of familiar with Tokina’s (continuously expanding) range of super-wide angle zooms, especially their
Well, it’s not like there’s been a shortage of lens announcements this past week, and now Tokina are throwing their hat into the mix by announcing their first Full-Frame Sony E mount lens part a new line-up called FIRIN. This announcement of course come in just in
The Japanese lens manufacturer Tokina continues to expand its lineup of affordable high-quality lenses along with re-designing and re-engineering some of its most acclaimed and popular models. At IBC, the company showcases the PL mount version of the 11-16mm lens which is still one of the most popular wide-angle lenses out there.
Summer is usually a slow period for camera/lens manufacturers, who tend to announce their latest kit at either major trade shows or close to them. However, unlike the old guard of established players, new companies can pop-up at any time and surprise us with a new bit
Cinema zoom lenses don’t come cheap. But they do offer significant advantages and are desirable for certain productions where primes may not offer the focal range or may slow down the pace on a production. There are many other reasons why a zoom lens would be appropriate, but