Kenko Tokina đã công bố hai ống kính mới cho hệ thống Fujifilm X: ATX-m 23mm f/1.4 X và ATX-m 33mm f/1.4 X . 23mm có trường nhìn gần đúng là 35mm trên cảm biến full-frame, trong khi tương tự, 33mm dịch khoảng 50mm.
Tokina nói rằng cả hai ống kính đều được thiết kế để trở thành những ống kính đầu tiên mà ai đó mới sử dụng Fujifilm muốn bắt đầu nếu họ đang tìm kiếm các số nguyên tố. 35mm là tiêu cự đa dụng tốt, trong khi 50mm phổ biến để chụp chân dung.
The 23mm f/1.4 and the 33mm f/1.4 were designed by Tokinia to be ideal for – according to the company – landscapes, travel, street photography, and sports. While sports might not actually be a practical use case for either a 35mm or 50mm equivalent lens, the other options are more apt.
Both lenses are part of the atx-m series, which are designed with low-dispersion glass elements that the company says provide sharp focus, high contrast, and low distortion. Tokina also says that the lenses perform fast, silent autofocus and are made to work with Fujifilm’s in-body image stabilization.
The 23mm f/1.4 has a minimum focusing distance of 0.3 meters, and the 33mm f/1.4 has a minimum focusing distance of 0.4 meters. Both lenses feature a clickless aperture ring for smooth transitions in both still and video capture.
The Tokina 23mm f/1.4 and 33mm f/1.4 lenses will be priced at $479 and $429, respectively, and will be available on December 11. DPReview notes that these lenses appear to be identical aesthetically and specifications-wise to the Viltrox 23mm f/1.4 that costs $329 and the 33mm f/1.4 that costs $279.
In addition to announcing these two lenses, Tokina published the following updated roadmap for 2021: