Fujifilm XF 56mm F1.2 R
Announced Jan 6, 2014 •
Telephoto prime lens | Fujifilm X | 16418649
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Moving over from Canon to Fujifilm next week (just have the last of my Canon lenses to sell first), and am purchasing an X-T20 as it seems to be a good all rounder as my first foray into a mirrorless system. Prefer my primes, so am thinking to just by a Body only (and skip the 18-55mm) and start off with a 35mm F2, but what I do for my next lens has me reading over 40 different articles/forums. I'm also very tempted to go down the route of the WRF2, 1. Because they are lightweight 2. They...
Hey all, I am heading to Japan this January for 2 weeks and I am trying to figure out which lenses to bring. I currently own a Fuji XT2 and the following lenses: 10-24mm and 56mm. I am debating about getting the 23mm f/2 since it's lightweight and easy to keep on for the majority of the time, but also bringing the 10-24mm. I can't decide if I need to rent/buy a telephoto lens as well. Things I want to capture: nightlife, snow monkeys, landscapes. What do you guys think?
Hi guys, i just wanted to get your opinion on which set up to go (coming from 5d mkiii user). I am torn between three setup as my budget allows. First i am eyeing for the xt2 combined with 50 mm f2. Second one is xt20 matched with 56 f1.2. And last the xt20 matched with 50f2 and 23f2. Which one would you reccomend as i often shoot portraits and sometimes fashion. thanks
Hello, I've just bought a Fujinon 56 mm f1.2 and I tested this afternoon its bokeh at different aperture. It's an incredible lens BUT when moving from f1.4 to f1.2, I get slightly underexposed (same subject and I work in aperture priority, not in manuel mode). 56 f1.2 owners, have you faced the same issue? It is very bizzare, as I've never had this kind of issue with my other Fuji lens. Thanks in advance for your feedbacks. Regards Cyril PS: My 56mm was mounted on a Xpro2
My 56mm f1.2 makes a (to my ears) loud clicking or chattering sound when the camera is pointed at darker then lighter subjects (or vice versa) without the shutter being touched. Looking into the lens, the sound is made by the aperture blades moving to adjust for the changing light. It's not an autofocus noise. The lens was previously virtually silent so the noise is really noticeable. I've returned the lens to Fuji who sent it back saying it's working as designed. They even tried out a new...
Hi Can anybody share their experience with the Nissin i40 flash and low key strobist photography? What lenses would you recommend for this kind of shot? I was thinking of using it with either 35mm f2 and 56mm f1.2 I understand the need for a fill light and a hair light to separate the person from the background but I want to know if this flash is good enough for a one light set up for a dramatic effect. Thanks
By: ArtByLukeBennett (Jan 15, 2017)
I already own the 35mm F2 and the 16 - 55 F2.8 for the X-T2. For the purposes of events work, wedding in particular, which of the following would you add to the collection, ignoring price for the moment: 56mm F1.2 90mm F2 50 - 140mm F2.8 And why? Thanks. --http://www.artbylukebennett.blogspot.co.uk/
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