Fuji XF 90 mm – Thoughts and a brief Review | Jonas Jacobsson

First off, there has been largely very positive reviews about this lens – even top notch I dare say. People are raving about the sharpness and image quality primarily. Pretty much all I’ve come across has been thumbs up. The Fujinon XF 90 mm f/2 comes out as a longer tele-prime aimed at portrait photographers first and foremost. It has weather resistance and pairs well with the X-T1 in terms of that WR. Honestly I wasn’t that eager to get my hands on this lens when I first spotted it on the roadmap, and I have realized that I must be pretty alone in that thinking. Thanks to Fujifilm Nordic for sending me the lens to try out. In terms of size, this is a fairly big lens (in reference to other Fuji lenses), weighing in at 540 grams (not including lenshood or cap) and measuring 105 mm in length and 75 mm in diameter. Now this is of course not big when discussing other systems, mainly full format. It’s roughly 30 percent heavier than the other obvious portrait offering from Fujifilm, the excellent XF 56 mm f/1.2 lens, and this is something that you will feel when holding it. ……

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90mm F2.0

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