XF 50-140mm

Fujinon XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR lens | Photo Review

The Fujinon XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR is one of two lenses we received with Fujifilm’s X-T2 camera body. Announced on 10 September, 2014, when fitted to the X-T2 this lens has a focal length equivalent to 76-213mm in 35mm format and a constant f/2.8 maximum aperture (which is equivalent to f/4.2 in 35mm format) throughout the zoom range. Twenty dust- and spray resistant seals give this lens the same levels of environmental protection as the X-T2 camera used for this review. The optical design of this lens is complex, consisting of 23 glass elements in 16 groups, with five ED (extra-low dispersion) lens elements and one Super ED lens element that Fujifilm says is ‚comparable to a fluorite lens‘. Proprietary HT-EBC (High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating) has been applied to all the lens surfaces……

Source: Fujinon XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR lens – Photo Review

“Strong & Free” with the XF 50-140mm F2.8 OIS | Olaf Sztaba

When I leave home for an event or for street shooting I often take my Fuji X-Pro2 and one lens. It’s usually the XF 35mm F1.4 (50mm in FF). However, this time I decided to grab a lens that goes into my bag only when we hit the road – that is, the XF 50-140m F2.8 OIS. It is the “beast” lens – the one with which I have a tumultuous relationship. It is heavy and big in comparison to my other lenses – all primes. It doesn’t balance well on the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and my hands ache after extensive use. Don’t get me wrong – it is still much lighter than its Canikon siblings. (After shooting exclusively with the Fujifilm X-series for the last few years, everything else feels heavy and burdensome). Once you swallow the weight pill, however, this lens really delivers. The XF 50-140mm is tack sharp. As one reviewer put it: “It forgot it’s not the prime.” Indeed, once you look at the imagery on your computer you are immediately confused. Your subjects are so sharp and clear that you start checking which lens you shot with. Yes, it is a zoom…..

Source: “Strong & Free” with the XF 50-140mm F2.8 OIS |

Review of the Fujinon XF2X TC WR Teleconverter | Nerd Techy

There’s an incredible demand on the versatility of performance and ease of use for any digital camera attachment, especially those used to increase optical range. Multiplying the zoom is no easy task, however it isn’t everything as a teleconverter must be easy to install and secure, durable for a wide variety of professional and hobby oriented uses. The relative value is directly comparable to the quality of digital camera that it’s paired with as effective features will complement and be in harmony each other rather than diminish and conflict with each other. One such example is the size of the digital camera lens extension and the CMOS sensor available on the camera, as it must be compatible with telephoto lenses of different sizes and at the same time provide effective auto focus and light sensitivity……

Source: Review of the Fujinon XF2X TC WR Teleconverter – Nerd Techy

Review: Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 real world review | Phil M

I had not ever considered buying a big telephoto zoom for my Fujifilm system before. To me, and i’m sure many others it kind of defeats the point of this lightweight system to then stick a huge lens on the front. I guess i’m talking from a personal photography point of view. I see the Fujifilm X system as fundamentally a light weight travel solution, where I use primes and have to carry my whole kit all day. Rather than say a commercial shoot where I might be able to work from a vehicle base or green room. So when I was asked if I would do a last minute commercial stills job for a company I had a history with in video the first thing I did was get the art director on the phone. I wanted to know if it was at all possible to use my Fuji gear for the shoot. After talking to him it was quite clear he didn’t want the look you would get from shooting wide and close, as we might do on a typical air to air shoot. He wanted a telephoto “feel” to the images…….

Source: Review: Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 real world review – Phil m

Small with lengthy ambitions – Fujifilm 2x teleconverter Review | Ben Cherry

I’ve had a pretty short period of time with the Fujifilm 2x teleconverter TC WR and with an increasing amount of time dedicated to the exciting Flight of the Swans project, I had get out with this teleconverter wherever possible. I’m going to cover things like image quality with both the XF50-140mm F2.8 WR OIS and the XF100-400mm WR OIS, as well as looking at autofocus speeds and comparisons against ’naked‘ lenses. Hopefully this will give you real world advice on how helpful this teleconverter will be for you. Nothing new here – It is wonderfully well built, just like its little brother, the 1.4x teleconverter TC WR. The build quality of Fujifilm products continues to increase, like the rest of my X-Series equipment, I know that this product will be able to take a beating out in the field. Took a few quick product shots, but I don’t do this anywhere near as good as Jonas Rask, so check out his beautiful review of this 2x teleconverter here. Hopefully the pictures give you an indication of the size difference between the two teleconverters………

Source: Small with lengthy ambitions – Fujifilm 2x teleconverter Review – Ben Cherry

Short test of Fujinon XF2X TC WR teleconverter | Michal Krause

I had unique opportunity to test new Fuji teleconverter XF2X TC WR one day before official announcement. Here is my short preview and few sample photos. Converter was a preproduction sample and was used with  X-Pro2 body and Fujinon XF50-140mm lens (here is my test of this lens with XF1.4X TC). New converter extends focal length by factor of 2 so XF50-140mm becomes a 100-280 mm (150-420 mm with crop factor) with constant aperture 5.6. It is slightly larger then XF1.4X, but still much more compact than DSLR converters. It doesn’t take much space in your bag – its diameter is 58 mm and length 32 mm (but almost 60 mm with caps) and it’s weight is 170 g. I have to say, that with X-Pro2 and XF50-140mm it is really compact and lite combo weighting around 1600 g……..

Source: Short test of Fujinon XF2X TC WR teleconverter | Michal Krause

Reach out! – Fujifilm 2x tele converter TC WR mini-review | Jonas Rask

Now THIS is a real odd-ball. – A guy who is completely and almost exclusively into shooting small prime lenses on the narrow streets of Århus in Denmark, suddenly reviews a 2 x tele converter for use on big heavy long reach zoom-lenses! Usually when I get to test some form of Fujifilm gear, it’s usually because it fits my profile of shooting (I guess). But this time around it was a little different. A little while ago I had the immense honour and pleasure of shooting ALL the X-series stuff as packshots for use in the banners over at www.fujifilm-x.com (Go check it out, if you havn’t already). As part of this I was sent the Tele Converter XF 2X TC WR. I had a big trip to Iceland planned just 4 days after receiving it, so I asked if I could bring it along for some quality time along with the “Bigguns” the XF100-400mm and the XF50-140mm. The guys at Fujifilm Nordic must’ve raised an eyebrow or two (as did I upon expressing that thought!) – But they said go for it………

Source: Reach out! – Fujifilm 2x tele converter TC WR mini-review | Jonas Rask

Fujifilm announces the FUJINON XF2X TC WR Teleconverter | Fujifilm Global

FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) is proud to announce that the new “FUJINON TELECONVERTER XF2X TC WR”, a teleconverter extending the telephoto area of some X Mount lenses*, will be added to the mirrorless digital camera “X-Series” interchangeable lens line-up in June 2016. The “FUJINON TELECONVERTER XF2X TC WR” is a high-performance teleconverter capable of multiplying the focal length of mounted lenses* by two. It features excellent optical design with a construction of 9 elements in 5 groups to maintain the optical performance of the original lens. Also, thanks to the unified design when mounted to a compatible lens, the teleconverter is weather and dust-resistant and operates at temperatures as low as -10℃. This makes it possible to be used with confidence outdoors when used with the weather and dust-resistant X-T1 and X-Pro2 camera bodies, and the XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR and XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR lenses.

* Compatible lens (As of May 19, 2016)
XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR ⇒ 100-280mmF5.6 with teleconverter mounted
(Equivalent to 152-427mm on a 35mm format)
XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR ⇒ 200-800mmF9-11 with teleconverter mounted
(Equivalent to 305-1,219mm on a 35mm format)……

Source: Fujifilm Global

Dionysus Hillclimb (the X-Pro2 does motorsports, with the 50-140mm and 1.4X TC) | Vassilios Zacharitsev

After almost 40 years, an historic Greek racecar event returned to the calendar. Organized by the racing club ELLADA, this hillclimb took place last weekend (23-24 of April) and gathered more than 100 participants, in several categories. Tools of the trade: the X-Pro2 with the XF 50-140mm f/2.8 and the XF 1.4X TC. I was particularly excited to see racing cars, like the ones I used to have on posters on my room as a kid. Escorts, Alfas, old BMWs and other historic cars shared the demanding route with more modern racers. Drivers and mechanics enthusiasm was high and shared with a whole lot of spectators, taking advantage of the excellent weather to watch the race. Some of these people walked two or three kilometers to find a spot with good visibility and prospect for thrilling spectacle. Organizers did a fine job with the race, and I really hope, in one year time, I will once again wake up at 6 a.m. to pack up my gear for the mountain…….

Source: www.eyesuncloudedphoto.com

Sharpness of Fujifilm XF50-140mm lens with XF1,4× teleconverter | Michal Krause

From the first time I started to shoot with Fuji gear, as nature photographer I keep eye on all longer focal lengths X system offers. Recently I recently had the opportunity to test Fujinon  XF50-140mm with XF1,4× teleconverter. I have to say I don’t like teleconverters much. I owned three of them from different manufacturers earlier and I tested few more, always with proffesional lenses (70-200 mm f/2,8 and 300 mm f/2,8). I sold all of them, because I was not satisfied with optical quality. The main reason was loss of sharpness when shooting from longer distance. While pictures taken from short distance was great, so it was perfectly acceptable for shooting small birds etc., distances over 10 meters shown lack of sharpnes in fine structures like animals fur……..

Source: www.michalkrause.com

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