Tokina 400mm f/5.6 RMC

The lens is made up of multiple glass elements, which are coated to reduce reflections and improve image quality. The lens is well-built and durable, making it a reliable choice for photographers. The lens has a fixed aperture of f/5.6, which means that it is not the best option for low light situations. However, the lens produces pleasing bokeh, which is the quality of the out-of-focus areas in an image. The lens is manual focus only, which requires skill and practice to use effectively. The lens is a good alternative to more expensive options, providing good resolution and image quality at a lower price point. The manufacturing time of the lens is not specified.

Optical design

Not the best in low light conditions but the lack of high aperture can be compensated with higher iso Has 6 aperture blades, this number of blades are commonly used. Having rounded blades provides out of focus circle shape closer to a circle.

Physical characteristics

Weights 958 grams so it is a heavy lens, consider using its own lens bag. 209 mm long, with this size carry only if you use it. 72 mm lens filter diameter, commonly filter size, you have plenty of possibilities this lens deserves a good quality filter.


Basic data


Filter (mm)72
Length (mm)209
Min focus (m)4
Weight (g)958
Focal Length (mm)400

Overall rating

based on 4 reviews

bokeh (4)

mechanical quality (4)

optical quality (3.75)

usability (3.75)

value (4)


1 review for Tokina 400mm f/5.6 RMC


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