Tokina has announced a brand new portrait lens for the Fuji X mount system. It’s the Tokina atx-m 56mm f/1.4 X, providing a discipline of view equal to that of an 85mm lens on full-frame cameras with a large f/1.4 aperture. Including to the Tokina’s atx-m 23mm and 33mm f/1.4 lenses, this completes their Fuji X trio overlaying the most well-liked prime focal lengths.
Tokina says the lens is “extraordinarily compact and light-weight”, providing a superb stability with the small Fuji X mount APS-C mirrorless cameras. In addition they say it presents “creamy and exquisite back and front bokeh” with nice gentle consumption, because of its massive f/1.4 aperture.
The lens contains a quick and silent ST-M focus motor, with full communication to the physique to help with its 5-axis IBIS. They are saying its color stability is tuned to suit with the movie simulation modes of the Fuji cameras (no matter meaning) and presents a clickless aperture ring for adjusting aperture easily when taking pictures video.
|Lens Configuration||10 parts in 9 teams|
|Angle of View||28°|
|Focus Methodology||Interior Focus|
The Tokina atx-m 56mm f/1.4 X can be on sale from August sixth, 2021, though I anticipate pre-orders will start to open up at numerous retailers earlier than then. The value in Japan is anticipated to be ¥ 62,000 excluding tax, which equates to round $563. So, I might anticipate it’ll probably be within the $549-599 area as soon as it hits the USA. For comparability, the Tokina atx-m 23mm f/1.4 X and Tokina atx-m 33mm f/1.4 X are priced at $449 and $399 respectively.