Working With The Fuji 50-140mm Zoom Lens | Kevin Raber

I remember back to what seems like an eternity ago to the early cell phones.  I had a cell phone or more like a suitcase phone that I could carry in my briefcase.  I always thought it couldn’t get any better than this.  Then phones started to get smaller, and the race was on to make phones as small as possible.  The iPhone, my phone of choice, got so small I once again thought it couldn’t get any smaller.  And, what do you know, smaller is no longer the in thing as we have all seen by the popularity of the iPhone 6+ and its size.  Now this is not an article about cell phones but the same kind of trend from small to big is true with cameras and lenses. In the last few years, we have seen the birth of a new line of cameras that the industry calls mirrorless.  That term is so new it doesn’t even show up as the correct word in spell checkers.  With the introduction of mirrorless cameras, the lenses got smaller.  Fuji as well as Olympus, Panasonic and Sony have introduced a line of mirrorless cameras.  Mirrorless cameras are quickly being adopted as the go-to camera systems for many reasons.  The biggest reason other than the state of the art Electronic Viewfinder is weight and size………

Fujifilm Fujinon XF50-140mm F2.8

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