Tokina has introduced it’s now made three of its atx-m prime lenses obtainable for Sony E mount APS-C digital camera programs: the atx- 23mm F1.4, 33mm F1.4 and 56mm F1.4.

Tokina’s atx-m nomenclature is used for the corporate’s interchangeable lenses designed solely for mirrorless digital camera programs. Within the case of those three lenses, Tokina says it particularly went for a ‘small and light-weight’ design for pairing with APS-C digital camera programs.

The 23mm F1.4 lens gives a 35mm full-frame equal focal size whereas the 33mm and 56mm provide 50mm and 85mm equiv. focal lengths, respectively. All three of the lenses use a stepping motor for quick and quiet autofocus, characteristic a click-less aperture ring for quiet operation when taking pictures video and use a 52mm entrance filter thread so filters and attachments are interchangeable. Tokina additionally notes the lenses absolutely talk with Sony cameras and help Sony’s five-axis picture stabilization on appropriate cameras.

The atx-m 23mm is constructed of 11 parts in 10 teams, together with two low-dispersion (SD) parts, and makes use of a nine-blade aperture diaphragm, whereas the atx-m 33mm and atx-56mm lenses are constructed of 10 parts in 9 teams, together with one SD factor, and makes use of a nine-blade aperture diaphragm.

Under is a gallery of pattern photographs from every of the three lenses (the partiuclar lens is within the picture’s description):

The Tokina atx-M 23mm F1.4, 33mm F1.4 and 56mm F1.4 are anticipated to retail for $359 / €369 (VAT included), $309 / €319 (VAT included) and $359 / €369 (VAT included), respectively. Orders begin on Novermber 12, 2021.