The Tokina AF 28-200 mm f/ 3.5-5.6 is an all-purpose zoom lens for 35 mm SLR cameras of popular autofocus systems.
It is based on a push-pull principle. It is rather tight. As for its weight and thickness, it looks very much like a Russian doctor sausage, but of black color.
I'd say it produces a typical picture of bokeh. Some call it doughnut, some consider it classical. As for me, I like it.
The Tokina AF 28-200 mm f/ 3.5-5.6 produces satisfactory sharpness. It has a very short move in MF mode, so it is easy to skip the necessary setting. But in AF mode it is fast and accurate. At the maximum zoom level it does not lose its sharpness.
The optical scheme is unknown to me.
I give it an excellent mark for this lens class.
Posted by: dima_koull Date of publication: 01.01.2012