Tokina Lens Rebate

Tokina Lens Rebate Good Through June 30th

by Hugh Brownstone4 Comments

The days of OEM lens supremacy – at least at the wide end running up through moderate telephoto — are pretty much over. Tokina has been instrumental in proving this very point along with Sigma [B&H | Amazon], Zeiss [B&H | Amazon], and Voitgländer [B&H | Amazon] (made by Zeiss, as it turns out). Now through the end of June,  you can take advantage of a Tokina lens rebate on two of its most widely applauded, constant aperture pieces of glass: the full frame AT-X 16-28mm f/2.8 [B&H | Amazon], and the APS-C coverage AT-X 11-16mm f/2.8 [B&H | Amazon

In DXOMark tests both Tokinas outpoint their Canon equivalents (and near-equivalents: Canon doesn’t have a constant aperture wide angle zoom for its APS-C cameras).

And the Tokinas do it for significantly less dosh on an apples to apples basis ($849 for the Tokina 16-28mm f/2.8 [B&H | Amazon], for example, vs. $1,399 for the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM [B&H | Amazon]).

Through June 30, Tokina’s offering mail-in rebates on both to make the apples even sweeter: $40 off the 16-28, $30 off the 11-16.

Since I already love my little Canon 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 [B&H | Amazon], I can only imagine how much more excited I’d be by an even sharper constant aperture 11-18 (I like shooting wide open with wide lenses – my appetite for 24mm sub-f/2.0 lenses is well documented.

Get ‘em while they’re hot!

New Mail-In Rebate on Selected Tokina Lenses

Via Kenko Tokina Press:

Kenko Tokina USA, Inc. is pleased to announce a Mail-In Rebate on Selected Tokina Lenses.

Save Now On These Great Tokina Lenses

Kenko Tokina USA is announcing a mail-in rebate on the following lenses:

Tokina AT-X 16-28MM F/2.8 FX Full Frame Lenses for Canon or Nikon

Tokina AT-X 16-28MM F/2.8 FX

Tokina AT-X 16-28MM F/2.8 FX [B&H | Amazon]

$40.00 Mail-in Rebate

Qualifying product codes:
ATXAF168FXC
ATXAF168FXN


Tokina AT-X 11-16MM PRO-II DX Lens for APS-C cameras from Canon, Nikon or Sony alpha

Tokina AT-X 11-16MM PRO-II DX Lens [B&H | Amazon]

Tokina AT-X 11-16MM PRO-II DX Lens [B&H | Amazon]

$30.00 Mail-in Rebate

Qualifying product codes:
ATXAF116DXIIC
ATXAF116DXIIN
ATXAF116DXIIS

Terms and Conditions:
1. Lens must be purchased between May 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015 from a Tokina Authorized USA Dealer selling Official Tokina USA new product with a 3-year USA Warranty. All rebate requests must be post marked by July 15, 2015 to qualify for the rebate. Kenko Tokina USA Inc is not responsible for rebate requests not received as a result of delay, loss or damage by the U.S. Postal Service or any other courier service.
2. Equipment must be an Official Tokina USA product with 3-year limited warranty (grey market 1-year international warranty products do not qualify for rebates).For a list of Tokina Authorized dealers please visit our website at www.kenkotokinausa.com
3. Submit Original 3-year USA warranty card (which will be returned to you with your rebate check), a copy of the sales receipt from a Tokina Authorized USA dealer legibly showing the store name, customer name, date of purchase, lens model and price.
4. Rebate program is only open to US residents and rebates will only be mailed to addresses within United States or it’s territories.
5. Void where prohibited by Federal, States, or Local law. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of your rebate check.

(cover photo credit: snap from Kenko Tokina Press)


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Comments

  1. JMFrerking

    Just be aware, Amazon is NOT an authorized dealer. Never got me rebate for my 11-16 because of that last year.

  2. HughBrownstone

    JMFrerking was that Amazon, or the individual seller? What steps did you take to resolve? Thanks!

  3. JMFrerking

    That was Amazon itself. I didn’t check now to see if they have added them but at that time they weren’t listed. I didn’t even think to look at their list back then when I purchased as I was a Prime member and needed it quickly. I assumed they would be an authorized seller since it was sold by Amazon and not just through them. (As it was, Amazon messed up and sent me the wrong mount, so I was screwed for the shoot anyway.)

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