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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 90 mm f/2 R LM WR

Manufacturer Fujifilm
Model Fujinon XF 90 mm f/2 R LM WR
Lens style Telephoto
Focal length 90 mm
Maximum aperture f/2
Angle of view 17.9 o
Closest focusing distance 0.6 m
Maximum magnification 0.2
Minimum aperture 16
Number of diaphragm blades 7
Auto focus type AF / MF
Lens Construction 11 elements / 8 groups
Filter diameter 62 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Fujifilm X
Dimensions 75 x 105 mm
Weight 540 g
Additional information Announced: 18.05.2015
Average rating (4 owners reviews)
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4.67 Good
Owners reviews (4)
  1. Anastazy
    Anastazy 27 November 2020, 23:15
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    IP 45.139.x.x
    Owner since: 3 months
    Price: 837 Euros
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: None at all, however because the lens does not have OIS, one should keep shutter speeds above 1/250s in order to enjoy its amazing qualities.

    Pros: Razor sharp across the frame at all apertures, no vignetting, no distortion, fast f2 aperture, excellent build quality

    Summary: Probably Fuji\'s best lens!

  2. Valdai21
    Valdai21 25 October 2019, 08:17
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    IP 90.6.x.x
    Owner since: 3 months
    Price: 550
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: - Huge and heavy - Ridiculously big lens hood - WR not as effective as on other lenses - Circular bokeh only wide open - Rattles when powered off - No OIS

    Pros: - Excellent sharpness - Overall very nice bokeh - Quick focusing - Focuses down to 60cm

    Summary: This lens has excellent image quality with great sharpness from wide open and one of the best bokeh\'s among Fuji lineup. Only downside is that with 7 aperture blades, you see the aperture shape on highlights from f/2,8... Sounds a bit annoying for a portrait lens. Good news is you won\'t need to stop down except to increase DOF, the lens is already very sharp at f/2. Autofocus is quick and snappy. Close focus is nice to have from my point of view. Mechanically, I\'m less convinced. 90mm f/2 lens is huge and feels well build but weather resistance seems not as effective than on smaller lenses. There is a bit of dust accumulating inside mine after a few months of light use. It has no stabilisation so you need to be careful about your shutter speed. Finally you can feel and hear something gliding inside the barrel when the lens is powered off... Strange but normal.

  3. CeeDave
    CeeDave 19 June 2019, 12:02
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    IP 172.10.x.x
    Owner since: 4 years
    Price: US$900
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: No manual focus clutch (which the 16/1.4 and other lenses have, and would be lovely on this lens). Somewhat susceptible to flare. Very large, cheapish lens hood. Not compact. No OIS. Well constructed.

    Pros: Sharp. High contrast. Great out of focus rendering. Few aberrations. Fast autofocus. Manageable size. Useful focal length for candid portraits and landscape.

    Summary: One of my favorite Fujifilm lenses. Not cheap, but excellent.

  4. Brent
    Brent 22 April 2016, 00:31
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    IP 108.3.x.x
    Owner since: 1 year
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: a

    Pros: a

    Summary: I have to say, Szymon Starczewski is obviously extremely biased against FUJI to the point where these reviews are more about him trying to find faults that he can harp on than actually being objective here. On this lens, Szymon places the Sigma 85 mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM as the superior lens for the price range. Except his review of the Sigma shows that the fuiji either meets or exceeds all categories, save shooting directly at the sun. That the Sigma's MFT provided significantly lower results seems to be ignored; the Sigma, because it isn't Fuji, is better. Now, he can nitpick about how the MFT readings will be "higher" without the CFA. But that assumes he doesn't calibrate the test to the sensor. I mean, without doing that the entire test is suspect and it basically won't return any valid data... But the point to keep in mind is that all of these reviews seem to end with him complaining not about the lens, but about how he can buy cheap plastic lens for cheaper and how all the other systems have lots of cheap plastic lenses and that fuji should have cheap plastic lenses. His biggest complaint is not about the quality, he handwaves quality a bit saying it is worse than some other lens (that is actually worse than the fuji), but the overall cost. Personally, while I can call myself a bit of a fanboy, what really drove me to write this was how absurd his claim the Sigma was the better lens for the price was. If that is the BEST lens you can pull up, then using a lenshood and buying the BETTER lens for the cost is fine with me.

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