One of the Tokina lenses does not work properly with Canon 6D Mark II. What is the reason and how to choose from this situation?
Tokina recently reported that her lens Tokina AT-X 16-28 F2.8 PRO FX does not work properly with Canon 6D Mark II . This may even appear to be the suspension of the camera when the lens is set to a certain focal length. Why is this happening and how can it be remedied? Tokina compensates for the automatic correction of chromatic aberration with which the lens does not cooperate properly. To avoid communication problems on the camera-lens line, turn off automatic aberration correction. It is possible to use P, Tv, Av and manual modes. After hanging the equipment, remove and insert the battery, so at least recommend Tokina. Tokina states that the problem concerns one lens. The manufacturer promises to fix the problem. You will find the statement on the manufacturer's website .