Thread: Tokina 50-135mm MKII T3 can cover Gemini or Helium sensor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommaso Alvisi View Post
    The problem is color/contrast/feel matching to your lenses and also it has a 95mm OD front while your lenses are all 114mm like MasterPrimes and Optimo DPs.
    i know, but i don't want to mix it..because my idea is to buy the VV 16-28 and the S35 50-135mm, wich has 2 different front size but glass is the same
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommaso Alvisi View Post
    he he yeah I meant 28ish-70ish, 24-70mm is the most probable looking at their still lenses offerings...and 4mm overlap would be good considering the 16-28 on the low end too, there's hope I guess ;-)
    Tommaso do you know if it will cover FF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Morrison View Post
    Tommaso do you know if it will cover FF?
    Tokina said they will fill the gap with the 24-70 but I couldn't find any info if it will be FF or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    Tokina said they will fill the gap with the 24-70 but I couldn't find any info if it will be FF or not.
    At the very least lets hope if covers Dragon/Helium/Gemini FF like the 50-135 does.

    They'd make a good pair.

    But FF would be ideal. And prob sell more.
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    100% will cover FF at this point...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommaso Alvisi View Post
    100% will cover FF at this point...
    Wow. Very smart.
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    I find this zoom very interesting as an option for my Helium sensor. The specs say it has a 31.2 mm image circle and the Helium FF is a 33.80 image circle (PHFX) so I am concerned it might vignette at the wide end? In the posted video it was hard to tell and there were not a lot of shots at 50 mm. I am also concerned that future wider lenses designed for Super 35 might be more prone to not cover completely the Helium sensor which is bigger than Super 35 as noted. I hope that I am wrong and this is not an issue, and a small amount of vignette might be OK for many uses. Otherwise this is a very attractive and reasonably priced lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Dishler View Post
    I find this zoom very interesting as an option for my Helium sensor. The specs say it has a 31.2 mm image circle and the Helium FF is a 33.80 image circle (PHFX) so I am concerned it might vignette at the wide end? In the posted video it was hard to tell and there were not a lot of shots at 50 mm. I am also concerned that future wider lenses designed for Super 35 might be more prone to not cover completely the Helium sensor which is bigger than Super 35 as noted. I hope that I am wrong and this is not an issue, and a small amount of vignette might be OK for many uses. Otherwise this is a very attractive and reasonably priced lens.
    Apparantly the zoom covers Helium 8KHD, which is great for most things.
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    Here is 6KHD Dragon on the Tokina MKII which would be the same on Helium. @50 and 135mm



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