XF 10-24mm

Fuji XF 10-24mm: The Essential Lens for Real Estate & Architecture Photography | Eye Beam Images

After graduating college over 25 years ago, I worked for two years as a photo assistant to an architectural photographer. This was great technical training, as I had to handle heavy 4×5 and 8×10 view cameras on location, shooting with very slow, Kodak Ektrachrome Tungsten sheet film. The work was physically demanding and technically challenging. But it paid off in bringing my technical skills to a much higher level than that I had from my college education. Jumping forward in time: Over the last three years, I’ve been doing photography for real estate advertising and marketing. The city I live in is a hotbed of real estate activity, so there’s huge demand for photography, virtual reality and video when it comes to marketing homes. Last year alone, I was at over 750 photo shoots, both conventional still photography and virtual reality……

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REVIEW: 10mm to 560mm – the pulling power of Fujinon lenses | Jeff Carter

In June last year I did a blog on the pulling power of the then current line up of Fujinon XF lenses from 10mm up to 200mm. Since then Fujifilm have added a 1.4x converter and the XF100-400mm f4.5/5.6 to the line up.  With just four zooms and a 1.4x converter the pulling power of the Fujinon line up is now 10mm to 560mm or 15mm to 840mm in full frame terms, which is more than enough for most photographers needs.

My current four lens zoom line up is as follows –

The 1.4x converter fits on the two longest lenses taking them to 70-196mm and 140-560mm respectively but with the loss of one stop on each – f4 across the full range of the 50-140mm and f8 at 560mm…..

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Fuji 10-24mm f/4 review: The world is epic | INSPIRED EYE

To first start the review, I must say something, I’m probably positively biased because I am a big fan of wide angles. Besides landscape uses I find that most tend to shy away from ultra wides, and it’s understandable…..super wides are the kind of lenses that needs a bit of wrestling with. But that’s why I like them so much, I think it’s this focal length ranges biggest asset: it forces the user to be creative, to work the scene. This is a large lens, DSLR size territory. It’s without a doubt a beautiful piece of glass that is on the not too heavy side and just scream premium. It fits the camera nicely but you can forget about the portability, and the weight will probably prevent you from doing too much hand gymnastics like twisting and turning for odd angles in the streets. Better have a flip screen for this one……
 
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Caffeine Priority: Widest Fujinon lens meets latest
Fujifilm body: XT-10 + XF 10-24mm f/4 OIS | Dave Pardue

The Fujinon 10-24mm f/4 OIS is Fuji’s widest XF lens, zoom or prime, by a fairly good margin. At 15-36mm eq. range it bests the next widest, the 14mm f/2.8 (21mm eq.) lens by a full 5mm eq. Wide angle zooms are getting ever better, and this year two of them garnered honors in our Lens of the Year awards in the zoom lens category (the Canon 11-24mm f/4 L and the Olympus 7-14mm f/2.8 Pro). We’ve already put the Fuji X-T10 solidly through its testing paces, and it’s now earned a coveted Camera of the Year accolade of its own, so we felt it deserved a sort of victory lap… (actually, I just wanted to shoot with it some more, but that’s just between you and me). So, since it had yet to meet the highly acclaimed Fujinon XF 10-24mm f/4 OIS in our lab, that seemed the right call for said victory lap…..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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Xtend your Fuji system: All about that Hood | Rene Delbar

Let’s be honest: next to the ease-of-use of the Fujifilm X cameras, the advantages of their sensor, the performance of the XF glass and the resulting image quality, many X-shooters just love the retro design and handling of the bodies. Right from the start, with the original X100, we got a compact tool to completely enjoy taking pictures. If you’re old enough to have started photography with roll film or 35mm cassettes: just add “again” at the end. In order to augment the “old days” experience, we’ve been adding leather carrying and wrist straps, half cases, thumb grips, soft releases, old-fashioned cable releases… In the end though, you can’t but ask yourself: Why didn’t Fujifilm bring us sexier lens hoods? It started rather well actually. The X100’s fixed 23mm lens comes with a nice metal vented release. That comes handy when using the optical viewfinder, as less of the field of view is obstructed (as long as the openings are well aligned, hence the bayonet mount)……

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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The 5 Best Fuji Lenses for the X-T1 – A personal recommendation | Mirrorlessons

In late 2013, I wrote a post about my four favourite lenses for the Fujifilm X-mount system. At the time, the list of native lenses available was still short. Now that the range has significantly grown, I decided to write this updated version of my previous article based in part on the experience I’ve gathered using Fujifilm gear over the past year and a half. The most important difference between now and almost two years ago is that today there are more high quality zoom lenses to consider in addition to the excellent primes. There are also a few third party lenses with a native X mount that fit into the equation. The X system is not complete yet but it is certainly growing fast. Right now, I personally own a Fujifilm X-T1 and a XF 35mm f/1.4 in addition to the X100T. I have tried almost every Fujifilm lens by buying them, renting them, or having them loaned to me for a few weeks. Most of the lenses I personally purchased I had to sell to make room for other gear. When the priority is to review photography gear, one inevitably needs to sell the old to fund the new. Sadly, I can’t afford to keep everything, and even more importantly, I am not a collector. The last thing I want is for my gear to sit on a shelf collecting dust when someone could be using it…….

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Schwarzweisse Kappadokien-Erkundung mit dem Fujinon XF 10-24mm |
Feyzi Demirel

Oh Mann! Da stehe ich im Prinzip kurz vor einer Reise in meine „Heimat“ nach Kappadokien und entdecke noch Fotos vom letzten Urlaub dort, die ich noch nicht durchgesehen und bearbeitet habe. Ich habe mich gefragt, warum ich die Fotos vergessen habe, aber den einen Grund habe ich nicht gefunden. Am Wahrscheinlichsten ist es aber, dass ich in der Zwischenzeit zu viele Fotos produziert habe, die eine höhere Priorität hatten. Bei der Durchsicht der Fotos ist mir aber aufgefallen, dass ich mit mehreren Monaten Abstand recht emotionslos und objektiv in der Bewertung sein konnte. Ich denke, dass dieser zeitliche Abstand mitunter ein großer Vorteil sein kann, um Fotos richtig zu bewerten. Eine weitere Sache, die mir aufgefallen ist, war mein aktueller Hang zur Schwarzweiss-Fotografie. Ich weiß zwar genau, was ich daran schätze, wo die Vor- und Nachteile sind, aber dass Farben gerade so dermaßen „Evil“ sind, wundert mich schon. Ist wahrscheinlich nur eine Phase und ich muss da nicht aktiv in die Tiefenanalyse gehen und womöglich justieren……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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Zoom Lenses Vs. Prime Lenses | Sebastian Boatca

Many people asked me one of the oldest questions in Modern Era Photography : is it better to shoot with primes or with zooms? Here are my thoughts about this topic and I remember I have asked this question myself many times. I had strong debates with friends and this topic invited me to search the web, looking for a clear answer. I needed the expertise of professionals, to see what are the pros and cons when working on site with different type of lenses. After I have slowly built my limited experience as a photographer (especially Landscape and Travel), I have felt on my own skin the pros and cons of using both prime and zoom lenses. Of course I have started with a kit lens, my first zoom being EF-S 17-85mm IS USM on a Canon 60D and my first prime was the famous EF 50mm F1.8 II plastic-fantastic lens. As a beginner, I loved the Canon EF zoom more, but the IQ from the nifty-fifty was way better……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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Fujinon 10-24mm | Jorge F Marques

So, let’s talk about the Fujinon 10-24 mm f/4. I had mixed feelings about this lens at first, primarily  because I enjoyed the Canon 16-35 mm f/2.8 II so much. There’s always some pain when we decide to change systems (or anything in our lives, I guess), so Fuji had big shoes to fill. Again, this is not a technical review. There are many people that talk about chromatic aberrations, distortions and falloff, so if that’s what you want you’d better stop here. I only intend to talk about the results I achieved and, frankly, whether or not it gives me what I need. In one word, yes. It isn’t perfect, but yes. My main concern is the flare. Although beautiful at most times, it’s a bit excessive when shot at direct sunlight and it can be an issue. It’s definitely hard to control and much more unpredictable than my previous experiences with wide angle lenses.  Another thing that never happened to me was the reflection of the letters in the front of the lens on the filter. So if you use one (I always use a UV in all my lenses), beware that it can show up in your pictures in direct sunlight. A problem? Not really, but rather a inconvenience………

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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A visit to Minninglow | Nick Lukey

Last week I pulled the trigger on a new lens, one that I swore i wasn’t going to purchase. The Fuji 10-24mm arrived a few days ago, but due to other commitment,s and the weather I had not had a chance to shoot outdoors with it much. This lens will replace the legendary 14mm, one lens I thought i would never change. So what was it like out in the field?  Quite simply it’s outstanding. So with the promise of some spring sunshine, I took off from the gallery a little early and headed of to Minninglow near Parwich. It’s been a year since I last visited the place, and I am always happy to be back for a wander round the Bronze age site. It’s a great place to spend an hour or two, very easy access from the Tissington trail. So how does the 10-24mm compare to my much loved 14mm. Well I can say without a doubt that it seems to me to be pretty equal, maybe the 14mm edges it in micro contrast just. The 14mm has the aperture ring, and it’s a shame that its not present on the ultra wide. However the differences in extra viewing real estate is the real issue for me…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF10-24mm F4.0

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