Fujifilm XF 35mm F1.4 R
Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
Prime lens | Fujifilm X | 16240755
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Hello everyone! I'm having a hard time to look for the best lens for my X-T10 for the purpose of food photography. I'l be starting a blog and need to buy a lens for my camera soon. Any suggestions? I've been reading that the 60mm is the best one for food but is like, according to some, the worst fuji lens ever? Thanks in advance!
By: wild camper (3 months ago)
Hello I'm looking for some advice from those with experience of the above two lenses. I've got a Fuji XT-1 with the above two lenses plus the 56mm f/1.2. I use this camera for portrait photography but I've been thinking about my backpacking and hiking trips recently. I keep running into some beautiful locations armed with just the iPhone and a Sony RX100. But I feel leaving my XT-1 at home is such a shame. So I'm considering taking it on future adventures where possible. So my questions are,...
By: IM62 (8 months ago)
Hi all, I've been trying to figure out which Fujifilm lenses to get for way too long so I though I would ask you experts for your opinion. I have started doing documentary wedding photography and currently have an XT2 and XE2 with 35mm 1.4 and the standard 18-55. I will look to sell the XE2 and 18-55 lens and get another 2-3 lenses. I am thinking the 16mm for wide getting ready shots and the close ups of the details. Possibly the 35mm during the ceremony coupled with a 90mm, 56mm or...
How's the autofocus speed on the 35mm f/1.4 on an X-T2 or X-T20? Especially compared to the 23mm f/1.4? I'm thinking of buying an X-T20 with a 35mm f/1.4, because I'm used to the normal field of view, but I'd be willing to consider the 23mm f/1.4 instead of it's significantly better in some ways. I've read that the 35mm f/1.4, being an older lens, had slow autofocus. I've also read that the X-T2 has much faster autofocus than before, but maybe only with newer lenses? So I'm wondering if...
By: SimonV (10 months ago)
Just recently got an X-T1 and a 35 F2 WR, and I'm a bit disappointed in the sharpness of the lens and the contrast wide open. Some reviews said it was a bit soft wide open, yet others said it was very sharp. Images online did too seem pretty sharp at F2. Having used the XF35 1.4 extensively before I knew what to expect, and this is supposedly even sharper, so I'm confused. Looking through those old images the sharpness seems better even at F1.4. I took this today: XF35 F2 WR, 1/100, ISO 250,...
I have a Fujifilm 35mm f/1.4 lens that will not manually stop down correctly between f/2 - f/4. It stops down properly when f/4 and above, and below f/2. But when selecting any aperture in between f/2 - f/4, the lens gives me f-stops between f/3.6 - f/5.0 (in both the camera LCD display and in the actual exposures as verified checking EXIF info.) The lens will stop down to the full range of f-stops when shooting in auto aperture mode. For example, when the auto exposure calls for f/2.5, the...
Not a pro, just a hobbyist. Wanting to use it for travel photography - people, landscapes, streets - you name it, it's too hard to pick just one category since your exposed to so many sites. I was thinking of picking up the new 23mm f/2 since i've heard great things about this focal length in terms of a good overall street photography lens to have, and 35mm f/1.4 for good portrait shots with good bokeh. It'll also be a lens with a focal length that'll help me be creative. Are these two focal...
By: jcmmmm (Oct 12, 2016)
Hey everyone! So i've been set on buying the Fujifilm XT-10 because it fits right in my budget at just AU$698 for the graphite body. And judging by sample pics i've seen, it still takes great shots. But I am hoping to use it when I move to Sweden for 6 months in January 2017 and as you might know, Sweden can be quite cold in this winter period reaching as low as -28°C. I don't know if I will experience this extremely cold weather myself at -28°C, but i'm sure I definitely will experience at...
Hi When I have my X-Pro 1 set to full auto the camera tend to choose a big apperture like 1.4 or 1.8 using my XF 35 1.4R even in fairly good light (my only XF lens). Is that normal? It almost make the full auto mode useless for general purpose because of the thin dof (and lack of IQ wide open). Because of this I almost always use aperture selection which I would a lot of the time anyway, but it is just annoying that I can't trust the auto mode to choose a sensible aperture. Thanks, Mads
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