Fstoppers Reviews the Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2.0 Lens | Dylan Goldby

Much to the excitement of the Fujifilm community, Fuji released their XF 90mm f/2 WR in the middle of 2015. Many a voice hailed it Fuji’s best yet, and pixel-peepers rejoiced. Some claimed it had the nicest bokeh from a Fuji lens yet, and others the fastest autofocus. Just how good is this latest prime offering from Fuji? Since selling my old Nikkor 135mm f/2 DC, I have craved a 135mm focal length. I always put off getting one again because of the size and weight¬†and the sluggishness of the autofocus in the case of the old Nikkor. Canon has a great alternative, but I don’t own a Canon body. Naturally, I was quite excited to see what the new Fuji could do. So, let’s dive into it. The first thing you’ll notice as you heft the 90mm up to your eye is that it is long and heavy, with the hood making it even larger. Sure, the 16mm and 56mm were big for Fuji primes, but the 90mm is almost 50% longer than either. It is also extremely heavy for a fixed lens on this system, weighing in at 540 grams, which is 135 grams heavier than the 56mm and 165 grams heavier than the 16mm……

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