Fuji X-Pro1

Fuji XF 35mm f1.4 vs XF 35mm f2 | Ted A. Vieira

These are my thoughts on the differences between these two lenses. Hopefully this might help you if you’re looking to buy a 35mm lens but not sure which one to get. Of course everybody is different. I’d really recommend that you try out both lenses for yourself. I think that shooting for just a few minutes with each lens will help you decide. I wrote a couple posts on these lenses. This first link goes to a post I put together initially after I bought the XF 35mm f1.4 version (before trying the f2 version)…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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5 Reasons the RoboSHOOT X flash triggers for Fuji are a game changer | Piet Van den Eynde

In a week or so, Fujifilm will be celebrating their fifth anniversary of the X-system. I know very few camera companies that have created such a fantastic camera eco-system in such a short time. My switch from a fullframe DSLR was a gradual one: I started with the X-Pro 1 in 2012. It was the appeal of having a lightweight, unobtrusive camera for my travels that won me over. Or, as my colleague and Fujifilm X-Photographer Matt Brandon says, ‚I came for the size, i stayed for the quality‘. Yet, it took some adjusting: I love two things: flash and wide angle and neither were very developed at the start of the X-series: the widest lens was an 18 mm (27 mm in fullframe terms) and being used to 16 or even 14 mm on my fullframe DSLRs, 27 mm felt like I was looking through a telescope…….

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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The Fuji 1.4x teleconverter – a Hands-on review | Tom Grill

The Fujifilm XF 1.4x TC WR teleconverter is intended to fit two lens — the current 50-140mm f/2.8 zoom, and the 100-400mm to be released later this year — multiplying their focal length ranges by 1.4x with a loss of only one f/stop. This makes the 50-140mm a 70-196mm f/4, and the variable aperture 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 lens a 140-560mm f/6.3-8 zoom, and means that the Fuji X mirrorless system now extends its optical system into the long telephoto range, albeit only with zooms. Anytime you put a teleconverter on a lens, you are going to compromise the quality of the original optics. The real question is: How much lens quality are you going to sacrifice? The very best teleconverters are usually made by the lens manufacturer and are dedicated to a particular lens set in a way that minimizes the loss in quality. Many off brand converters, on the other hand, can be downright awful. Because Fujifilm is known for its superb optics I went into this test thinking (and hoping) that the combination of the Fuji 50-140mm zoom plus 1.4x telextender would be capable of excellent results…..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF50-140mm F2.8

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Fujifilm X-Pro2 | Kofa

fake video of an commercial teasing to upcoming Fujifilm X-Pro2 camera.

At position 00:00:02 you see a Fuji X-Pro1:

xpro2

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The Fuji XF 90mm ƒ/2: Sharpest Lens Ever | The Online Photographer

I’m currently shooting Fuji, although my weakness for IBIS is exerting a gravitational pull back toward Sony that I might not be able to resist forever. Fortunately, 2016 promises to be a good year for Fuji, what with the X-Pro2 and X-T2 rumored to be on the way. And anyway a Fuji lens is garnering plaudits Webwide as the best lens of 2015. Didn’t one of the big review sites name the Fujifilm XF 90mm ƒ/2 R LM WR ($949) as the sharpest lens it has ever tested? I can’t find that. (By the way, I don’t know what „LM“ stands for unless it is followed by an „AO.“ „WR“ stands for „I would never take my expensive lens out in the rain, but I could.“). I’ve always had this problem in photography, in that a photograph can be infinitely technically perfected, to a minute and hyperfastidious degree, yet still not be, well, a good picture. Port the same idea metaphorically to lenses and you have my problem with the Fuji 90mm ƒ/2……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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Fuji X Camera Advice for a Student | Marco Sobrevinas

Recently, a nice lady saw me at a restaurant with my Fuji X cameras, and she asked me for advice on which Fuji cameras to get for her daughter. Her daughter was enrolled in a high school program with a strong specialty on visual arts, and photography was one of their areas of study. What follows below is an abbreviated version of my Fuji gear advice to them: Fuji X cameras with Interchangeable Lenses. While there are Fuji X cameras that have a fixed lens (I’ll discuss one at the very end of this paper), for a student of photography who wants to grow with her art, choosing a camera that can interchange lenses is the wisest, long-term investment. Different lenses are appropriate for different subjects. I use an ultra-wide zoom (10-24mm) for my real estate photography. But then I switch to a moderate telephoto (60mm Macro) when I do corporate portraits. Ultra close-up shots can also be done by the 60mm Macro…..

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Fuji X100T

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The Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2 R WR Lens | Derek Clark

What is the point of the 35mm f2? We already have the 35mm f1.4, one of the three original XF lenses that were released alongside the X-Pro1. Not only that, the 1.4 version is one of the best 50mm equivalent lenses produced. Ever! It’s beautifully smooth but super sharp picture quality is truly stunning and even after the long list of first class lenses released over the last few years, the 35mm f1.4 is still one of my favourite Fuji lenses. So what about the new 35mm f2 with it’s tapered front end? Well it’s not quite as good looking or bright as it’s older brother, but this scrawny lad is quicker & less shifty. Lenses that taper in at the front end always look a little strange to me and I actually think this one looks better in silver (more like an old Leica lens). Don’t get me wrong, it’s a cool lens and feels a lot smaller than the f1.4 version. Where that tapper comes in handy is with the optical viewfinder of the X-Pr1 (and hopefully it’s successor)…..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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India with the X100T and X-Pro1 | Paul Perton

India is incredible – just as it says on the box. It’s been on my to-do list for years, but it was only recently that I finally set foot in this land of enchantment. Even if you travel regularly, you’ll understand that India isn’t somewhere to simply head for with a suitcase and a camera. In fact, it’s hard to imagine any kind of getting ready can prepare you for India’s streets, people, hubbub and reality. I’ve lived in Africa for more than four decades, so I’m fairly used to the proximity of people, poverty and a basic rural existence, yet India still caught me out. It’s almost overwhelming. A word of advice; travel light. It’s unremittingly hot, humid and busy. Suitcases full of formal clothes and camera bags laden with DSLRs are not the solution and you won’t get the chance to don the suit you brought along anyway……..

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Fuji XF 35mm F2 R WR vs. XF 35mm F1.4 R Lens Comparison |
Patrick Leong

To me, the XF 35mm F1.4 is an excellent lens.  It’s combination of impressive optics, speed, focal length, versatility, size, and price make it a great workhorse, and one of the most popular lenses in the Fuji X Series system.  But now, another lens of this focal length, the XF 35mm F2 R WR lens, has been introduced by Fuji, which is sure to make some who are interested in a 53mm equivalent lens wonder which version of this focal length is best for them. I figured since I had both lenses in my hands, I would write up a comparison between these two optics.  Just keep in mind a few things as you read it: These tests are meant to be fun, and while they can tell you about certain traits a lens may have, these tests never tell the whole story……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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Day One with the FUJINON XF35mmF2 in Saigon, Vietnam |
Caveira Photography

It’s a lovely Wednesday morning here in Ho Chi Minh/Saigon, Vietnam, as I write this post buzzing on iced Vietnamese style coffee – the juice of the Gods! My wife and I have arrived to shoot a very special wedding in a few days time and it’s an honour to be involved. About 10 hours before leaving Melbourne, Australia I picked up a little something that I’d been eyeing off for some weeks, the newish Fujifilm XF35 F2. As always, I saw the good folks at DigiDirect in the city and they hooked me up with the best price around, just as they’ve done with my entire Fuji kit. They were also super patient about me trying the original XF35 F1.4 back to back against the new F2 version, and although the F1.4 certainly has its merits, the F2 won out in a few key areas, which I’ll discuss soon…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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