Today Tokina released two new ultra wide zooms into their ATX Cinema line of lenses, a 11-16mm T3.0 and a 12-28mm T3.0 (both are modified versions of their popular 11-16mm f/2.8 and 16-28mm f/2.8). Both lenses have click-less aperture rings as well as 0.8 pitch gears on focus, aperture, and zoom rings.
These high-quality optics are targeted at DSLR filmmakers with a need for professional quality features with a small price tag.
The 11-16mm lens is available in Canon EF and MFT mounts and covers MFT, APS-C, and Super-35 sensors. It features two aspherical elements and two SLD (super-l0w dispersion) elements for high contrast, sharp images.
The 16-28mm covers MFT, APS-C, Super-35, and full frame sensors, and is available in Canon EF and PL mounts. This lens has a standard 114mm front diameter which is compatible with most matte boxes and supports LDS (lens data system). It has three aspherical elements and two SLD (super-l0w dispersion) elements as well as a curved 9-blade aperture.
Below is a rundown of the specs from B&H:
[Via B&H Explora]