Fujifilm XF 35mm F1.4 R

Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
Prime lens | Fujifilm X
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Hi all, I am new to the world of photography and I have decided to buy Fujifilm X-T10 as my very first interchangeable lens camera (with its kit lens XF 18-55mm). I would also like to buy a complimentary prime lens and still considering between Samyang 12mm f2 and Fujifilm XF 35mm f1.4. In the beginning I was going to buy XF 35mm due to its good reviews and advises from many Fuji photographers but because I would like to capture Milky Way during my mountain trekking in late November (altitude...
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Enthusiast Noob seeking guidance here.I have a Fuji XE2 and only own the kit lens (18mm-55mm f2.8-4). I've decided it's high time I invest in a new lens, preferably a prime one.Choosing a lens is a daunting experience, especially I can only afford to buy one.I'm planning a trip to Japan in a few months, aiming for Osaka, Kyoto, then Tokyo. Aside from the kit lens, I need advice on which other lens to bring along.At first I was encouraged to get a wide angle lens to capture cityscapes and...
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I got the fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 is my first purchase of an XF lens after the 18-55 f/2.8-4. This lens seem to be slow to focus and very noisy compared to the kit lens with a X-Pro1 is that normal or I got a bad copy? Thanks
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I have the 27mm already but given that with the current promotion I can pick up a new 35mm for £200 I'm wondering if it's worth supplementing it with the 35mm? I've seen a number of mentions of "magic" in this lens but any comparisons of the 27mm and 35mm are welcome. My other concern is focussing speed.  I imagine using this as a walk-about lens at events/weddings etc.
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Hi, I recently acquired a Fuji X-pro1 for a great price and I am looking at starting my kit.  I am splitting hairs over my decision on what to get to start the kit off. My first idea was to solely get the 23mm f/1.4.  I am well aware that this lens is absolutely fantastic optically as well as mechanically, and I love the depth of field scale for use of zone focusing.  I was very confident in my decision with this lens, but as I started thinking about its size, I got some cold feet, which...
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Has anyone else seen major chromatics with their 35mm mounted on an X-T1?   This is wide open at 1.4, jpeg, no processing, cropped to 100%, with the Lens Modulation Optimizer On. This is lit by a simple night stand light.  I thought the LMO was supposed to correct for this.  Any help?
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Well, I'll be in Vancouver and stay at Sheraton Wall Centre for few days. I saw that Fuji Canada has nice promotion on the lens (400 CAD?). The lens is sale here about 19,000 THB (about 654 CAD) in Thailand. However, I don't know where to buy since it seems to be out of stock every where I look. Please suggest!
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Is anyone using both the 23mm f/1.4 and the 35mm f/1.4? If so, why, and do you find yourself sticking to just one lens for the sake of simplicity? I ask because I just received the 23mm, with the intent of selling the 35mm to partially fund the purchase. But the more I think about it, I would like to keep both. I've gone through about 5 years of photos and determined that I don't really have a preference. Well, I do, but it's for 40mm (35mm equiv), but I want fast, so the 27mm is out. But...
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Hi guys, I'm having trouble deciding between these 2 lenses and would love to hear what you guys have to say. I own the xf18-55 mm and after taking a look at my most used focal lengths (using Exposureplot), I found that I use both almost equally, with 35mm slightly more. That being said I use the 35mm the most among all focal lengths, although the difference isn't far from the 23mm. I feel that I tend to favor the 35mm more, but I really want the new manual focusing ring that they have on the...
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Can someone explain the "R" designation on the majority of X-Mount lenses?  Thanks!
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