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I'm using AE-1P and certainly Tokina 28-85mm is a good lens since it's reasonable price to get a 28-85mm. Quite convenient and shoot from view that far away and fair portraits(since f/4.5 only at 85mm). Not perfect Macro function but what do you want from a 28-85mm lens? Unfortunately the image at f/3.5 is unacceptable for me and I only use above 5.6 and it's sharp and beautiful. So it's a good lens when you have beautiful sun light.
I bought a Canon EF SLR with one of these attached. It worked a miracle but the focusing ring and distance scale never lined up correctly, so I bought another sample. For walking about, street shooting, there is no better lens you could own. A bit on the heavy side, it still is manageable enough to fit well on my Olympus E-P2 with adapter. IQ is consistently fine, just as good wide open as at f/8, which seems to me to be its sweet spot. If only it were a bit faster, I'd have found the only lens I'd ever need for a FD camera. As is, it's the only thing I'd ever bring with me shooting either city streets or overgrown park wetlands. Very reasonably priced.