The Tokina SZ 33mm F1.2 is a fully manual optical lens featuring standard angle of view and super fast aperture. The lens is designed for still and video content creators with suggested genres like landscape, portrait, snap, wedding, night sky, travel for stills, and general documentary or commercial production for video. The lens is offered for FujiFulim X and Sony E APS-C size cameras.
The Tokina SZ 33mm F1.2 features the most natural angle of view for an human eye equal to 49.5mm which is the closest to 50°. This makes this lens useful in a wide range of genres like landscape, portrait, snap, wedding, night sky, travel for stills and general documentary and commercial production for video.
Manual Focus - control in video with Follow Focus gear. Good in low light conditions for precise focusing (night sky shooting).
Manual Aperture - for precise exposure adjustment.
Good for time lapse, when changing aperture during still shots (light painting) or during video shoots, when exposure adjustment in long tracking scenes is needed.
9 optical elements inside the lens body results in super fast aperture f/1.2 that is good for low light shooting conditions in still photography and documentary video. Fast aperture that creates a smooth and beautiful bokeh that will separate your main object from the background.
Large diameter of the front element greatly contributes in minimizing the light fall-off when shooting at wide open aperture.
The Tokina SZ 33mm F1.2 provides more than enough resolution capabilities that increases the overall cost performance of this lens.
The exterior and major parts of the Tokina 33mm F1.2 are made of fine finish metal for a more sophisticated design and confidence of using the lens in different shooting conditions.
The Tokina 33mm F1.2 incorporates click-less aperture for precise and smooth exposure adjustment that is helpful in video shooting operations.
The Tokina 33mm F1.2 features a depth of field & hyper focal scale that is necessary for manual type lens.
The Tokina 33mm F1.2 performs moderate focus breathing that is a valuable feature for video shooters.
Focus throw is measured in degrees and represents the amount of rotation needed to turn a lens' focus ring from its MFD (minimum focus distance) to infinity. The Tokina 33mm F1.2 performs 160° of focus throw that is long enough for a precise focusing operation.