Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F

Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F
$399
100 mm
autofocus prime lens
f/2.8
  • Generic motor Built-in focus motor
  • 1:1 (1) Macro

reviewswhat are people saying

"this lens is very sharp and fast, and it's the most affordable 100mm range macro lens in the market. For this price i paid, it's doing a superb job"

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"Very impressed with this lens [...].This lens is all about build & image quality & it is also very easy to use & to switch to manual focus."

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"The lens focusing is louder than the Nikkor lens but not a characteristic that would prevent someone from buying it."

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compatibilitywith digital cameras

Full frame

This lens is compatible with Full frame cameras such as the Nikon D750, Nikon D810 and Nikon D5.

Nikon D750
20.4°
horizontal angle of view
100mm
35mm equivalent focal length

APS-C (1.5x crop factor)

This lens is compatible with APS-C (1.5x crop factor) cameras such as the Nikon D7200, Nikon D5600 and Nikon D5500.

Nikon D7200
13.4°
horizontal angle of view
153mm
35mm equivalent focal length

Pros

The Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F vs other Digital camera lenses

Auto focus Supports autofocus Help
Easier to use
Length Quite short Help
95 mm
Magnification Great macro Help
1:1 (1)
Wide minimum Good narrowest aperture Help
f/32
Diameter Small diameter Help
74 mm
Lowest price Inexpensive Help
$399.00
Prime lens Prime lens Help
Typically very sharp

The Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F vs other Digital camera lenses

Focus motor Silent focus motor Help
Silent and fast

Cons

The Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F vs other Digital camera lenses

Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur

The Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F vs other Digital camera lenses

Tilt-shift Not a tilt-shift Help
Regular images

Specifications

General

Min focal length
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100 mm
Max focal length
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100 mm
Zoom range
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1x
Magnification
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1:1 (1)
above average above average

Aperture

Wide maximum
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f/2.8
Wide minimum
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f/32
unique unique
Tele maximum
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f/2.8
Tele minimum
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f/32
above average above average

Features

Auto focus
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Yes
above average above average
Focus motor
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Generic motor
Image stabilization
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None
Fisheye
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No
Tilt-shift
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No

Form factor

Lens mount
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Nikon FX
Length
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95 mm
Diameter
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74 mm
Filter size
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55 mm
Weight
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0.5 kg

Angle of view

Wide horizontal
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20.4°
below average below average
Telephoto horizontal
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20.4°
above average above average
Wide vertical
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13.7°
below average below average
Telephoto vertical
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13.7°
Wide diagonal
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24.4°
below average below average
Telephoto diagonal
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24.4°
above average above average

Angle of view (On Nikon DX APS-C 1.5x crop cameras)

Wide horizontal
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13.5°
below average below average
Telephoto horizontal
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13.5°
above average above average
Wide vertical
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9°
below average below average
Telephoto vertical
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9°
above average above average
Wide diagonal
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16.2°
below average below average
Telephoto diagonal
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16.2°
above average above average

Competitors

DiscussionWhat do you think about the Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro D Macro Nikon F lens?

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Showing 5 comments

Judy (3:56 AM, May 05, 2015)
That's not always correct. It depends on the camera body capabilities. It is af with the Nikon D7100 for instance. You can google your camera body to verify whether or not it will work in af mode.
 
ken (1:14 PM, August 31, 2013)
how do you like it as a portrait lens with it's bokeh abilities in mind ?
 
Wm. Dyer (8:22 PM, May 30, 2013)
I tested the Tokina 100mm f2.8 ATX Pro against my Nikon 105 2.8 D and found the Tokina to be sharper and focused as fast as the Nikon D series lens. In macro photography however, I usually focus manually.
 
Taranslatch (6:27 PM, March 21, 2012)
yes u can use this lens but u have to focus manually 
 
Crazytimesin2011 (7:46 PM, February 25, 2012)
I have the D5000, and it has a manual setting so could I use this lens?