Fujifilm 35mm F2 – a modest lens | Sven Schroeter

he new 35mm F2 has big shoes to fill, we cut our teeth on the original 35mm F1.4 released along-side the XPRO1 when the Fujifilm camera system was first introduced. The 35mm F1.4 lens made some of our most iconic portraits and won us a seat at the Fujifilm X Photographer table. We were never disappointed with the optical quality and have several fine art prints of the work produced by the lens hanging on the wall at home. It has a way of rendering the world which knocked the final nail in the DLSR coffin. As with all our reviews, we do not bother with test charts, we are only interested in real world performance. If a lens does not produce the goods while we are at work, or falls behind, we will not be making room in our bag. The 35mm F2 is surprisingly understated; it is small on a Fujifilm camera body and with the two tier focus and aperture dial aesthetic, handles intuitively. It is definitely not an eye brow raising lens and will not attract allot of attention, making it that much easier to grab a shot unnoticed…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR

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