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Review: Fujifilm 90mm f2 R LM WR (X Mount) | Chris Gampat

As Fujifilm’s longest portrait prime lens to the date of publishing this review, the Fujifilm 90mm f2 R LM WR has been the envy of many Fujifilm photographers. At a $949 price point, the lens incorporates weather sealing but oddly enough no image stabilization. Why? We’re not sure–but it’s got lots of other stuff. This lens incorporates seven aperture blades, three extra low dispersion elements, Super EBC lens coatings, and 11 elements in 8 groups. Weighing 1.19lbs, it’s also fairly hefty for a lens designed for a mirrorless camera system. One thing’s for sure though: if you’re a Fujifilm user, get ready to fall in love all over again…..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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Fuji 90mm review | Mike Croshaw

I’ve had this lens for around a month now and used it in a variety of situations. Its the equivalent of 137mm on a full frame camera, so pretty close to the classic 135mm f2 that many portrait photographers love on the Canon and Nikon systems. I already have two portrait lenses, the 50-140mm f2.8 and the 56mm 1.2. Both are stellar lenses, tack sharp and a joy to use, so where does this new lens fit in? First off, its weather sealed, which is a pretty big deal in the UK, where rain is an occupational hazard. Secondly, there is the compression..135mm is a very flattering focal length for portraits and it gives a noticeably different look to the 56mm, which is the equivalent of an 85mm. Note I said different, not better. But different is good. Third..its much lighter than the 50-140, although obviously a bit heavier than the 56. I’ll do a better comparison of these three lenses at the end of the article. Here are a few images to break up the wall of text and give you an idea of the image quality..First, a location shot from a fashion shoot I did recently…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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A Review of the Fuji XF 56mm f/1.2 & XF 90mm f/2.0 Lenses |
Marius Masalar

Until this year, Fuji’s thoughtful and extensive lens line-up was missing an important component: a telephoto prime lens at the popular portraiture focal length of 135mm. Typically, portrait shooters have relied on workhorse focal lengths including the venerable 50mm and 85mm, both of which Fuji had covered with their XF 35mm f/1.4 and XF 56mm f/1.2 lenses (Fuji’s cameras use an APS-C sized sensor, so a 35mm lens is roughly equivalent to a 50mm field of view on a full-frame sensor). Now, Fuji shooters who wanted a bit more reach for their portraiture work can turn to the new XF 90mm f/2.0. As someone who recently bid farewell to a Canon full-frame setup in favour of a Fuji kit, I was excited to have the opportunity to spend several weeks with both the 56mm and brand new 90mm lenses in my bag……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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Fuji XF 90mm F2 LM WR Lens Review | Patrick Leong

When I first invested in the Fuji X Series system, there was only one camera: the X100.  After a while, the X-Pro1 was introduced, which had many of the same features as the X100 but also had the ability to interchange lenses.  At the time, there were only three lenses, which I also bought.  Now, in just a short amount of time, Fuji has grown from that small system into something that includes a large selection of lenses that not only are excellent optically but encompass a huge variety of focal lengths aimed at satisfying a broader audience.  What was once a compact system that some could argue was aimed at purists or even rangefinder users has now grown into a system that also gives some users the option to leave their larger DSLR cameras for a compact mirrorless design.  One lens that was missing from this continuously increasing list of lenses was a decent 135mm focal length lens, which is often considered as a classic portraiture lens……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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Australia’s Great Ocean Road and the Fujinon XF16 & XF56 |
Caveira Photography

I’m sure many of us feel our work-life creep into our weekend-life, which invariably leaves us feeling unrested and often stifled by a job that we otherwise enjoy. The idea of driving 6 hours on your 2 days off a week is often too great of a sacrifice, and one that we don’t see the true value in doing until we finally do it. That was my weekend. A short Saturday getaway with a good mate to Victoria, Australia’s south west to the Great Ocean Road and down to the awe inspiring Twelve Apostles……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm F1.4

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Review Fujinon XF 27 mm f/2.8 | Anno Huidekoper

The Fujinon XF 27 mm f/2.8 is a pancake lens and at first glance evokes a feeling of, “Is that it?” Once placed on the camera, this lens appears to stick out less than 2 cm, and the front lens looks more like a contact lens than a lens for a camera. And the weight, not even 80 grams, amplifies that feeling. The lens design is simple: just 7 lens elements divided into 5 groups. Mind you, the fewer lens elements, the less chance of internal reflections. Only in moderation is the master revealed. The field of view is the same as a 40 mm lens on a full-frame camera. That makes the perspective standard. With a super-wide angle, you can make use of the very specific perspective; the image will be drawn out, as it were. If you want to compress the subject a bit, then you use a telephoto lens……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 27mm F2.8

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16 mm f/1.4 R WR review | LensTip

The Fujifilm company took on a very difficult task. Producing a small lens with an angle of view exceeding 80 degrees and an aperture as fast as f/1.4 means raising the standards very high indeed; so high that no other mirrorless system is able to offer a similar combination of parameters. Voigtlander tried to combine very good aperture fastness and a wide angle of view but they failed spectacularly. Fujifilm on the other hand fared much better. Of course there are slip-ups: even though you could expect high vignetting levels the slip-ups concerning weak coma and longitudinal chromatic aberration correction weren’t that obvious. Still despite those shortcomings the Fujinon XF 16 mm f/1.4 R WR should be assessed positively. It provides useful images already from the maximum relative aperture, gives you a high resolution level on stopping down and it corrects geometric deformations noticeably better than its rivals; what’s more its performance against bright light is good. If you add to that a solid, sealed casing and a good autofocus you get a very comfortable tool to take your photos with, a tool which equivalent cannot be found among the line-ups of direct rivals……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm F1.4

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Switching from DSLR to Fujifilm | Sebastian Boatca

Yes, it has been almost 2 years since I have made the switch from DSLR to Mirrorless World. To be more precise, from Canon DSLR to Fujifilm. And I am happy with it. I will try to explain in just a few words why did I do it.

As a passionate amateur photographer, I have felt I need something more that what a compact Panasonic Lumix with Leica name on it and superb OIS can offer. This was my first digital camera for photography and I was content. But then I have discovered things like Manual Exposure, Bokeh, fast autofocus, superb glass, lots of lenses, great ergonomics, huge battery autonomy, that “professional look”, full control of your settings, great IQ and superior performance at high ISO levels. All those things were incredibly interesting and made me forget the compact camera, pushing me to experiment more, expect more from my pictures.

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Fuji X100T

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16 mm f/1.4 R WR review | Lenstip

Pros

  • solid and sealed casing,
  • excellent image quality in the frame centre,
  • sensible image quality on the edge of the frame,
  • slight lateral chromatic aberration,
  • low distortion – noticeably lower than the results of the rivals,
  • very low astigmatism,
  • good performance against bright light,
  • silent, fast and accurate autofocus.

Cons:

  • too high longitudinal chromatic aberration,
  • distinct vignetting,
  • significant coma,
  • some problems with spherical aberration.

The Fujifilm company took on a very difficult task. Producing a small lens with an angle of view exceeding 80 degrees and an aperture as fast as f/1.4 means raising the standards very high indeed; so high that no other mirrorless system is able to offer a similar combination of parameters. Voigtlander tried to combine very good aperture fastness and a wide angle of view but they failed spectacularly. Fujifilm on the other hand fared much better. Of course there are slip-ups: even though you could expect high vignetting levels the slip-ups concerning weak coma and longitudinal chromatic aberration correction weren’t that obvious. ……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm F1.4

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Photographer Spotlight Interview with Bradley Hanson – Minnesota |
Junebug Weddings

Inspired by films such as Delicatessen and Amelie, Bradley Hanson’s work mimics the visual storytelling of cinematography.  We are constantly moved by his inventive and fresh approach, which doesn’t bend to trends or fads. Honestly, it’s the simplicity of his images that differentiates his work the most. Like the image above, which utilizes simple table items in the foreground rather than the couple. The dramatic use of lighting subtly shifts your perspective of the entire dinner scene. With over 600 weddings under his belt, Bradley’s 16 year career in wedding photography is worth sharing and we hope you will enjoy learning more about this talented Minnesota wedding photographer. Enjoy! ……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2

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