Kenko Tokina has introduced two new lenses for the Fujifilm X system: the atx-m 23mm f/1.4 X and the atx-m 33mm f/1.4 X. The 23mm has an approximate area of view of 35mm on a full-frame sensor, whereas likewise, the 33mm interprets roughly to 50mm.
Tokina says that each lenses are designed to be the primary lenses that somebody new to Fujifilm would wish to begin with in the event that they had been trying for primes. 35mm is an efficient multi-purpose focal size, whereas 50mm is in style for portraiture.
The 23mm f/1.4 and the 33mm f/1.4 had been designed by Tokinia to be supreme for – in accordance with the corporate – landscapes, journey, road pictures, and sports activities. Whereas sports activities may not really be a sensible use case for both a 35mm or 50mm equal lens, the opposite choices are extra apt.
Each lenses are a part of the atx-m collection, that are designed with low-dispersion glass parts that the corporate says present sharp focus, excessive distinction, and low distortion. Tokina additionally says that the lenses carry out quick, silent autofocus and are made to work with Fujifilm’s in-body picture stabilization.
The 23mm f/1.4 has a minimal focusing distance of 0.three meters, and the 33mm f/1.4 has a minimal focusing distance of 0.four meters. Each lenses characteristic a clickless aperture ring for easy transitions in each nonetheless and video seize.
The Tokina 23mm f/1.4 and 33mm f/1.4 lenses shall be priced at $479 and $429, respectively, and shall be out there on December 11. DPReview notes that these lenses seem like equivalent aesthetically and specifications-wise to the Viltrox 23mm f/1.4 that prices $329 and the 33mm f/1.4 that prices $279.
Along with saying these two lenses, Tokina published the next up to date roadmap for 2021: