Fujifilm GF 30mm F3.5 R WR Overview
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The Fujifilm GF 30mm F3.5 is a standard prime lens for the company's medium format system. Equivalent to 24mm F2.8, this relatively compact and lightweight lens has 13 elements, including aspherical and ED glass. It has a minimum focus distance of 32cm (12.6") and a max magnification of 0.15x. The lens is sealed against dust and moisture.
|Lens type||Prime lens|
|Focal length||30 mm|
|Lens mount||Fujifilm G|
|Min focus||0.32 m (12.6″)|
|Weight||508 g (1.12 lb)|
|Length||99 mm (3.9″)|
The Fujifilm GF 30mm F3.5 is a solid wide-angle prime for users of the company's GFX camera bodies. It's sharp wide-open and only gets sharper as you stop down a bit, it's built really well and it makes for a nice walk-around lens for all types of photography. Bokeh and sunstars aren't always the strongest, and ghosting artifacts with the sun in the frame can be a bit much. But we think its qualities outshine its shortcomings, and can comfortably recommend it for GFX shooters.
Good for: Travel, documentary, landscape and architectural photography.
Not so good for: Landscape shooters who often have the sun in the frame, those who need a faster aperture for lower light shooting or more subject isolation.
07:20 (25 Jul, 2020)