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Showing content with the highest reputation since 26/04/12 in Lens Record Comments

  1. It may be a more existential question regarding telephoto lenses and more specifically long telephoto zoom lenses that have a tendency to extend almost up to the infinity. The good thing about this it is the fact that you don't really notice it when you are looking at your viewfinder but otherwise it could be seen as a bit of indecent... The Fujinon XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8R LM OIS zoom lens is from the start a very fine product. Not fast as a "pro" F2.8 lens but it can deliver a lever of quality image output result that can stand on par compare to these more expensive products. Its de
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  2. How to compare the Fujinon XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS zoom lens from Fujifilm? I will be a bit controversial saying that this little first class optic can be put at the same level as the Leica MFT 12-60mm F2.8-4. I know that the Fuji XF 18-55mm R has obviously a less wider angle of view at its short end and is natively less powerful on its longest end. That stands for the focal length statistic comparaison between these two fine products but for the quality of their respective construction, their optic glasses, their control rings and their manual abilities, there are in the same league.
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  3. First comments based on an hour or two with this lens. Similar feel to the18-55, including the unmarked aperture ring. focus isn't the fastest, but seems to get there without hunting. IS seems really Good - mnanaging to handhold down around 1/15 to 1/30 at 200mm. I'm using it on an X-E3, it's not too big and heavy, but I don't think I'd be wanting anything much bigger on it. The lens sticks out below the bottom of the camera - if you set it down on the table, it rests on the lens, with the camera body up in the air.
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  4. The Fujinon XF 60mm F2.4: the twin personality lens ! Apparence The Fujinon XF 60mm F2.4 lens is part of the initial line-up of the Fujifilm X-Mount optics. Its firmware has been improved extendedly to meet the requirement of the newest camera additions from Fujifilm. The Fujinon XF 60mm F2.4 receive a very classic presentation that will recall for some of us the classical lenses from the 35mm film era. Aperture and focus controls are traditional (although they are in fact simulated mechanical adjustments). It is not a small and light lens but without optical
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  5. This is an optically fantastic lens with good reach thanks to the 200mm focal length on the long end. OIS works very well and is probably good for at least 4 stops of stabilisation. I eventually sold this lens and purchased the 50-140 as for me the focus just wasn't up to speed. I have since realised that this was also largely due to the old firmware that my X-T1 had at the time. Because of the price it is definitely worth a look if you are on a tight budget, or if a constant/fixed aperture isn't essential to you. You certainly will not be let down by the image or build quality!
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  6. It is a hard call to make given the outstanding quality of some of the other Fujinon lenses, but this lens comes as close to a 10/10 as anything I've ever used. There really is nothing to complain about apart from maybe the (detachable) tripod foot & collar, which in common with every other manufacturer's lenses is too small for the task and which really needs its base to be the correct size with sloping shoulders to fit an Arca tripod head clamp, and maybe some wimps might also complain about its weight and size (which is simply a by-product of optical physics for an internally zooming an
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  7. A bit larger than what one might expect, it has excellent image quality. The OIS works wonderfully and AF is quick and precise in AF-S mode.
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