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Tokina 10-17 mm F 3.5 - 4.5 Tokina 11-16 mm F 2.8 Do you know if these two lenses have image stabilization

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No, these lenses do not have image stabilization.

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I suggest that you contact Tokina directly to find out what range of temperatures your lens is designed to work across.

Your expression "cold weather" is an imprecise term; where I am in the UK means at worst down to a few degrees below freezing and usually a bit above, but when I'm in Moscow they don't consider it to be cold until the temperature drops to around minus twenty-five Celsius.

Depending on where you are, your lens may simply be unable to cope with what you describe as cold weather but you won't know until you have the specifications from Tokina. If it turns out that your lens is not performing as intended, then the manufacturer will be able to suggest remedies to you.

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