So in the usual messing around on Evilbay late at night, I grabbed a couple of Tokinas.
The AT-X 28-85/3.5-4.5 supposedly was going to be the Hexanon AR 28-85 until Konica cancelled it. Looks a lot like the Tokina-made 35-70/3.5-4.5 (the plastic one), right down to the controls, but made of metal.
The AT-X 24-40/2.8 - well, this is so heavily constructed that when it arrived from Germany, the packaging had been beaten up so badly that it may as well just have been a bubble mailer. The lens was unharmed. Incredible. The weird thing about this lens is how it has an orange ring that matches the lettering on the Konica FT-1 and looks for all the world as if it might be a distant ancestor to the 21-35 Hexanon Dual (which I understood may have also been made by Tokina).
So before I develop all the film I have already shot with these, any suggestions on where I should set my expectations?