Fujifilm XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS

Announced Sep 6, 2012 •
Zoom lens | Fujifilm X | 16276479
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For those who own both, can you share some of your experiences? I only have the kit lens for now with my XT1 along with a Fuji X70. I'm really tempted by the 35mm f2, as Fuji in my country currently offers roughly $100 cashback on the lens. But I have been holding off because I feel like I will lose the versatility? And also the difference is probably not huge and I should save up for something else later on? I will be using it mostly on travels. For social/casual events, I only bring my X70...
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I already owns a sony A6000 + kit 16-50 + sel 50 1.8. Should i get a highest recommend zoom len for sony crop sensor like sony 16-70 f4 zeiss Or switch to Fuji X-T1 + XF 18-55 2.8-4 I'm not a pro-user and just shooting for my family , some portrait , traveling. I already research some information but its really hard to make a decision. Help me please !!!!!!!!!
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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...
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Hello! I'm attaching a crop of an image I took recently with the XF 18-55. The crop shows both in-focus and out-of-focus regions of the image. Pay attention to the out-of-focus regions; you may need to view the original size to see what caught my attention. Notice the doubling of the text? Meanwhile the girls' heads are perfectly fine. I've noticed this before when taking photos in bright daylight, and thought it was due to OIS, so I disabled that, and indeed those photos improved. But here...
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A question from a new xt-1 owner coming from Canon: Is there a way to check the location of the focus point(s) after the shot, either directly on the LCD (don't think I missed that) or in the Fuji Raw converter with a RAF or JPG (similar to Canon or Nikon cameras) or even with a plugin in LR? I'm asking this question because I find it's a useful tool to check if the focus is really there where you wanted it to be, especially when you are new to a camera + lenses, like myself. Thank you!
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Hi! Just bought Lee seven5 nd filters and tried a couple of long exposures (Fuji x-t1, 18-55 mm, f/18, 4 minutes, shots taken in 18 mm) with the Lee Big stopper. When I got home I noticed these polygonal ghostings on all my long exposure pics. No lens hood due to the Seven5 system. Any thoughts on how to get rid of these? Do I have to get rid of my mirrorless system, change lens, change filter system? Not do 4 min exposures?
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Hi All, Does anyone can help me with the following: Making pictures in bright white snow I notice strange magenta banding in the images hereby an example : Fujifilm x-t1 18-55 + B&W Pro UV HAZE filter I cannot remove these lines nor in LR or other software programs. Anyone has an idea what this can be ? Thanks in advance Jan magenta vertical lines in images
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Hi, i'm new in the Fuji world and have following lenses until now: 10-24, 23 and 27. And now I will buy a XT-T1 kit with the 18-55 or 18-135. I will go to Cuba and Barcelona this year for example. And I am not sure about the focal lengths. The 18-55 is very light but short FL. The 18-135 is versatile and WR but heavy and big. But is the extra FL worth? I wanted a light and small travel system and for every day use. Can you give me a recommendation? Specially for Cuba. thank you very much, fabian
By: afterburn (Nov 30, 2014)
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Ok, I have GAS, I admit it. At the same time, traveling on my motorcycle and trying to pack a gripped D800 with a couple of lenses, one of which being the awesome 14-24 with the limited space available can get a bit old sometimes. So... I have pretty much decided a nice XT-1 has to be in my short term future. The grey one. :) Question is though, which lens to take. Since this, besides the GAS of course, is somewhat driven by the desire to having to pack less and smaller to its easier to bring...
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Has anyone out there had experience in using X-E1/X-E2 for studio portrait photography. I have both X-E1 and X-E2, along with the 18-55mm, 27mm, 56mm, 50-230mm lenses. Could anyone give me a few tips regarding basic camera/lens settings for me to use as a starting point and progress from there. Thanks, limerigger
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