With minimized distortion and high resolution from the center to the periphery of the image frame, the Fujifilm XF 14mm F2.8 R has the versatility to capture powerful landscape and architectural photos.
With its wide-angle focal length of 18mm (equivalent to 27mm in the 35mm film format), the XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR can not only capture a landscape in a natural sense of perspective but also snapshots that close in on a main subject while keeping the vast background in the frame.
Ideal for portrait photography, the XF35mmF1.4 R allows you to create beautiful blurred backgrounds. This popular lens is also ideal for street, landscape and close-up photography.
The Fujifilm XF 56mm F1.2 R produces creamy bokeh, while its 56mm focal length (equivalent to 85mm in 35mm film format) offers a comfortable shooting distance from the subject.
Fujifilm has a few lenses labeled ‘macro’ in its lineup, but not all are capable of reproducing an image of a subject at true life size (1:1) like the XF 80mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro. If truth be told, the barrel feels a little plasticky despite it being weather sealed and it’s prone to high-frequency whirring when focusing, however these are the only downsides on what is otherwise an impressive optically stabilised prime that lets you shoot fascinating close-ups handheld. Optimum sharpness is obtained between f/4 and f/8 and vignetting is well controlled. If you’re a Fujifilm user specialising in macro photography it’s a lens that has your name written all over it.
The FUJINON XF90mmF2 R LM WR is a fast-aperture prime lens with a focal length equivalent to 137mm and a maximum aperture of F2.0, that delivers ultra-sharp images with rich bokeh even at the maximum aperture setting.
The XF200mmF2 R LM OIS WR is the first super-fast telephoto lens in the XF lens lineup, offering a fast maximum f-stop of 2.0 and a focal length equivalent to 305mm in 35mm film format.