Fujifilm XF 35mm F1.4 R
Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
Prime lens | Fujifilm X | 16240755
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hi, I'm quite excited that in a few weeks I'll be doing a helicopter ride pre-dawn as the sun rises around Ayers Rock, a huge monolithic iconic rock in the middle of Australia surrounded by desert. i did a photo chopper ride once before, but in the middle of the day, and most of my shots then were at 18mm using a Nikkor 18-105 zoom with a D7000. this time it'll be much darker and I have a few more lenses, plus now two Fuji cameras because one us an old XE-1 the other an X-T1. so I was...
I consider buying a 35mm prime. I have seen a lot of reviews of the 2.0 saying that it is sharper. Some say it is all the good from the 1.4 - but better (except for the faster stop on the 1.4). I really like the fact that it is WR. I like the smaller size too. I like the look of it too. Many write that it focuses faster and more accurate and with less noise, and that it hunts less.But I have also seen a lot of pictures made with both lenses. And I tend to prefer the pictures I see from the...
Hi! I'm torn between these two. I currently have an X-T10 with kit lens (XC16-50) and the 35mm prime (1.4) I love wide (used to have a Sigma 10-20 on my Nikon D90), but I also love the stunning images of the XF35, the shallow DOF and the low-light performance. Does anyone have both of these lenses? Could you rate the comparison between them @16mm? I think if the prime is clearly better then I'll get that- however if it's hard to tell at equivalent apertures, then I may go for the extra width...
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...
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...
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.
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...
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?