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Registered: January 2015
Posts: 17
Tokina 300mm f/2.8 AT-X 300 AF PRO review by gabrielvines
Review Date: 3/6/2015 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Total Spent: $1,450.00| Rating: 9 

Pros: sharpness and build quality
Cons: heavy and a bot clumsy

Tokina keeps on to surprising me in a good ways. In the marketplace to search for a great football lens but didnt had the funds for a superb 300mm from the large companys(Nikon and Sigma) so I give this one from a co-worker that I heard had this 3 bash lens from Tokina in his arsenal. Superb results and so perfect image quality with very sharp images. There's a learning curve with this lens because it's heavy and large. But after 2 or 3 shootings, you get used to it. Would definitely recommend it if you're on a budget. example 1, example 2

Registered: March 2014
Posts: 1
Tokina 300mm f/2.8 AT-X 300 AF PRO review by wmvaux
Review Date: 3/11/2014 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Total Spent: $960.00| Rating: 10 

Pros: Sharp, Solid, quick auto focus, great bokeh
Cons: Heavy

I found a guy on the internet who bought one of these lenses second hand and he had amazing shots.

The great thing about this lens is it's around a quarter to a third of the cost of an equivalent Nikon or Canon lens and it does an awesome job.

Sadly Tokina don't make these any more, but have seen a number on places like ebay which is where I bought mine.

I use this lens for sports and action photography and also birds, animals and it's a great lens to take portraits with awesome bokeh around 30 yards (25 metres) away.

I sometimes use a 1.4 teleconverter which turns it in to a 420mm at f4 which is fantastic.

Highly recommend to someone who can't afford the Nikon or Canon equivalent which can be thousands of $$$ more.


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