Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R

My New Favorite Lens: First Impression of the Fujifilm XF 35 | Keenan Hastings

The Fujifilm XF 35 wasn’t a lens on my „to get list“. It never made sense to own a 35, 50 and 85 (FF eqv.) focal lengths. It was just to close of a gap to me, but when my XF 56 went crashing down I was limited to only two options due to Fujifilm’s limited selection of lenses, grab the XF 35, or pay an absurd amount to get the XF 56 repaired.When the XF 35 arrived, I wasn’t impressed, it was slightly bigger than my XF 18, and it just didn’t seem like a killer portrait lens. I literally let it sit for a few days before I even mounted it. When I went out on my daily photography walks I either took my XF 18, or Helios 44-2 and made those units work for me. The XF 35 just didn’t get me excited, perhaps it was the horrid things I read about the slow AF, or maybe in my head it would never be my XF 56, either way I was bummed out and I started to question my purchase.

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Going out with my new Fuji XF 14mm f/2.8 and XF 35mm f/2 | Mauricio Reis

6:29. I wake up, even before the phone alarm clock that is scheduled for 6:30. I stood up and quickly dressed my clothes . Before leaving home I still have time to eat an energy bar. I took another put in the pocket in case of the hunger appears. Not long ago I switched to X system Fuji. After some indecision, I ended up selling all Canon equipment that I had: a 5D mkIII, L series lenses and a paraphernalia of other accessories. I bought a Fuji X-T1 with the 18-55mm lens and 55-200mm. I dress the waterproof jacket – there is a possibility of raining during the day – and put the bag with the equipment at the shoulder. It is much lighter now. Much more! It was what I needed. I started to have less courage or patience to load a backpack so heavy on my back…….

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Fujifilm 35 f/2 At The Beach | Jordan May

I’ve been spending a serious amount of time using the Fujifilm XF 35mm f/2 R WR Lens since getting my hands around the X-Pro2. Before you get too excited, these photos were not shot using the X-Pro2. I know, sad face. They were however shot using the 35, which I had my eye on since it launched. The 53mm (35mm Equivalent) focal length is juicy for the street, not too shabby for portraits, and really nice for storytelling (Documentary). Those features combined with small size, WR (weather-resistant design) and a very affordable price ($399), hit me in all the feels. Opening the 35 from it’s jet black box, the first thing you’ll notice is how much smaller it is compared to the 35mm f/1.4 lens. I wish I had both lenses so I could share a side-by-side photo, but take my word for it, the difference is sizable. I enjoy it’s retro-style conical shape, and the hard stops between f-stops feel solid. The manual focus ring is smooth and it comes with a nice circular hood…….

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The Lights are Going Out all over Cardiff… | Pete takes Pictures

Something of a melodramatic title, but these are melodramatic times. In the age of austerity, when local council budgets have been slashed and slashed again, funding for the arts has practically dried up.  Like murder victims in some sort of Agatha Christie drama, centres for the local arts have recently been knocked off one by one by some shadowy executioner. We lost the wonderful city centre exhibition space of Abacus a few weeks ago. Very shortly the historic Cardiff University Settlement building in Splott, a beating heart for the district’s community,  will cease to exist as it is knocked down to make way for flats.  Most of the libraries in the city have been converted into ‚Hubs‘, with the amount of stock available drastically slashed. The main concert venue in Cardiff, St. David’s Hall, sees its future in doubt as cuts begin to find their way deep to the marrow. But hey, so long as the city can brag about Tom Jones and  rugby and Charlotte Church (though she does actually have a charged kind of awesome herself – see new footnote*) and make believe that there’s some sort of Cool Cymru thing going on in a capital that’s becoming increasingly void of culture, I guess everything’s cool – right?….

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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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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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All I Can Say is Wow – The New Fuji XF 35mm f2.0 R WR |
Ted A. Vieira

Oh man. I wasn’t going to get this lens. I have the original 35mm 1.4 and love the image quality of that lens. It’s really something special. (you can read my love for this lens here) I However, I’ve heard so many Fuji photographers give such raving reviews of this lens that I had to check it out. It Got Here a Day Early! I ordered this lens from B&H and expected it to arrive tomorrow, but at around 4pm this afternoon UPS dropped this (not literally) at my front door. Wow, a day early – that has to be a good omen. Did I Mention It’s Quiet! I quickly put the lens on my X-T1 and started taking a few test shots around the living room. Wow, (I’ll try not to use that word too many more times) I could not believe how quiet the focusing is on this lens. Whereas I think the 35mm 1.4 is the noisiest Fuji lens I own…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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Fuji XF35mm F2 Review – Up Close & Personal | Kevin Mullin

As ever, this isn’t really a full Fuji XF35mm F2 Review and it is going to be in the form of my general use of it “in battle”. This isn’t a pixel peeping exercise, though I’m including some RAF files for you, and I’m not going to be reviewing the lens in the traditional fashion. Rather, I’m just going to talk about it, how I’ve been using it, how I’ve found it and what, if any, the pitfalls may be of the latest offering in the ever increasing lens line-up for the X-Mount from Fujifilm. Actually, as I’ve only recently purchased this lens from WEX I have only been able to take it to one wedding. Which was yesterday. Where it rained. A lot. In November. In England. Needless to say, I wasn’t spending too much time with the F2 lens, instead preferring my faster 23mm F1.4 and even the 35mm F1.4. However, I did challenge the lens on occasions and I have to say this, right now; This lens is deadly silent, and blisteringly fast to auto focus.  And by that, I mean instant. Even in low light situations its performing incredibly well for me……….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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35mm f/1.4 vs. 35mm f/2 WR | Fuji vs. Fuji

We like refer to the 50mm equivalent as “normal,” the focal length chosen to most closely match our own field of view. Despite this rather boring moniker, the normal lens is used by a huge number of photographers to create spectacular images. If I could have only one focal length, it would be 50mm. It’s an awfully important focal length to get right with multiple camera companies offering a dizzying array of choices in the normal range. Up until recently, Fuji had a single option. Fortunately, it’s an excellent one. Yes, focus can be slow on occasion, particularly in poor light, but optically, it is stellar. The new weather sealed option has a lot to live up to. In this versus piece, we’ll explore how well it does………

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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Fuji 35mm f/1.4 vs. Fuji 35mm f/2 | Admiring Light

Today, I’m pitting the original lens for the X-Series, the venerable XF 35mm f/1.4 R against the new normal prime, the XF 35mm f/2 R WR, a slightly more compact and weather resistant lens that has just been released for the X-Series of interchangeable lens cameras.  The lenses carry the same field of view and have a one stop difference in aperture.  Which should you get?  Is the new lens better than the relatively good 35mm f/1.4?  Let’s find out. The two lenses share a lot in common, but differ in several key ways.  Both lenses are constructed with a solid metal shell and are roughly the same overall size.  The new XF 35mm f/2 tapers towards the end of the lens and is very slightly shorter, so it looks smaller than it really is.  The 35mm f/2 is a bit more solidly constructed than its f/1.4 brother, and has some weather resistance as well, but both are well-built………..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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