Fujifilm XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro
Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
Telephoto macro prime lens | Fujifilm X | 16240767
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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!
Hello. Lately I've been using the 60mm for evening cityscapes. While I love the lens for its beautiful rendering, compact size, close-focus abilities and sharpness, I'm annoyed by the lens flare it produces near street lights even when I'm using the hood. For this example I was also using my hand to shade the lens (it's even worse when I'm not shading the lens). I'm considering making a cardboard cutout to put in front of the lens hood. I'll have to experiment when I've some free time. Has...
Okay all, I need a little help on a decision regarding a portrait lens. For a little background, I am a decidedly amateur photographer who has really gotten more into better glass in the last 18 months. After picking up an X-T10 back in the fall with the 18-55 kit lens, I'm ready to start investing in some additional lenses. So, given my level of experience, do you expect I will get any substantial benefit from purchasing the 56mm f/1.2 over the 60mm f/2.4? I expect I will use either...
Been to the zoo, today.Not really great pictures, but I was able to get some really good practice :) I've got a question regarding the Image Quality of 2 pictures with nearly the same settings, but with really different image quality. I'm trying to figure out why the IQ is so different. Can you explain? 100% crops (screenshot) of the unprocessed images.The face of the black/brown monkey has a lot of noise, is washed out and also some purple glow can be seen around the blown out...
Hi I went outside to do some pruning and found this beautiful bug shell. I decided to have some fun and check the capabilities of my 60mm doing some macro. To my surprise I found those dark spots in the photographs when I look at them in my computer screen. I had not noticed those black spots before, but I am afraid that the sensor of my Xpro-1 needs some cleaning. See attached images JPG OOC (I could not upload the RAW file) Would you say that those black spots on the frame (center and...
I was stuck at home over the weekend. We've been having ant attack due to warm and dry weather outside. I tried to take some macro pictures using X-E1 and XF 60mm. However, I could not get the object to fill the frame. I had to heavily crop the pictures. I am wondering if there is anything I can do to take better macro pictures with my X body. Thanks.
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