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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50-140 mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR

Manufacturer Fujifilm
Model Fujinon XF 50-140 mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR
Lens style Telephoto zoom
Focal length 50 - 140 mm
Maximum aperture f/2.8 - 22
Angle of view 31.7 - 11.6 o
Closest focusing distance 1 m
Maximum magnification 0.12
Minimum aperture 22
Number of diaphragm blades 7
Auto focus type AF / MF
Lens Construction 23 elements / 16 groups
Filter diameter 72 mm
Macro Yes
Available mounts Fujifilm X
Dimensions 82.9 x 175.9 mm
Weight 995 g
Additional information Premier: 10.09.2014
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  1. FutureFuji
    FutureFuji 25 May 2023, 15:52
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    IP 172.56.x.x
    Owner since: 1 year
    Price: 1200
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: Size, weight, cost - if you gotta have it small, light, and cheap that is.

    Pros: AF speed, OIS, handling, image quality - resolution, contrast, color.

    Summary: So much to like and so little to not like - this is a legendary lens for sports/action/wildlife/portrait you name it. At used or new prices its actually very affordable - especially considering the range it covers (consider that Fuji\'s best primes are all easily around $1,000 and this lens can cover the range of 3 or 4 of them). Razor sharp wide open until f/11 or so, rivaling/matching/beating primes. Contrast/resolution seems to get a slight boost nudging to f/3.6 or so, if we\'re being really picky. Definitely a lens that is more comfortable to use for long periods with a battery / gripped body. But the results make it worthwhile. AF is excellent, fast and accurate. OIS is super effective, makes shooting at 140mm pretty easy as I rarely need to worry too much about raising shutter speed. At times I crave a lighter, more portable lens. But the results I get from this one have frankly always made it worthwhile. If Fuji ever makes a mark ii of this, I hope they make it an f/2, speed up the focus ring, and offer a better feeling lens hood. That would be about it.

  2. Big Boss Baby
    Big Boss Baby 17 July 2022, 04:39
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    IP 172.58.x.x
    Owner since: 6 months
    Price: 1200
    User profile: Semipro

    Cons: Manual focus ring. is. slow. Sllooooooooooooow. Makes a steady whir sound in use - sometimes audible. Seems to eat batteries a little faster (or maybe I\'m just trigger happy with this one)

    Pros: Prime-like sharp, great color, contrast, OIS is awesome, very fast AF. Punchy images with awesome bokeh. Just outstanding lens really. Handy collar adjustment makes portrait/landscape switch on a tripod easy.

    Summary: This red badge has to be one of Fuji\'s best lenses period. It does make noise and, for some reason, Fuji opted to make the manual focus ring slow as molasses (precision over speed, I suppose). I love shooting it - OIS is forgiving I\'ve handheld to 1/15th and pretty reliably nailed the shot. Well-braced I can probably go lower focal length depending. Images are crisp, well-saturated and just have that last \"thing\" that some of my other lenses lack, hard to describe but it just renders beautifully. 3-foot or so minimum focus makes this a bit harder to use indoors, but generally is workable as you\'ll want to back up anyway. It is big, heavy, and expensive for a Fuji lens, but frankly you either want the images this thing can make or you don\'t. It seems very expensive until you realize it covers the 56mm and 90mm lens ranges, yields only 1-2.5 f-stops, and can present even crazier bokeh at 140mm - with your person in focus. If I could have but 1 lens it would be tough call but frankly I\'d get this one and not look back as it would be the money maker. Just awesome.

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