Fujifilm XF35 mm F1.4 R Lens
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This lens has fantastic bokeh and makes your images look dreamy. It blends creaminess and sharpness in a way that’s earned it many fans in the professional photography field. Best for What Type of Travel Photography A bokeh comparison between the Fuji XF 35mm f/1.4 and the Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8 can be found in the Lens Comparisons section of this review. X-Pro1 + XF35mmF1.4 R @ 35mm, ISO 400, 1/1400, f/2.0 Vignetting The great thing about this kit is that you’ve got one for beautiful bokeh, and one that is flexible enough for video and wider shots.
As a matter of fact, Fujinon has, in my experience with several 1.4/35 to compare, rather tight tolerances. I strongly doubt, there are any noticeably better copies out there than the one used for this comparison. As for the results, I can only confirm your findings. Matthew Richards is a photographer and journalist who has spent years using and reviewing all manner of photo gear. He is Digital Camera World's principal lens reviewer – and has tested more primes and zooms than most people have had hot dinners! I am Donna-Kay a London-based travel blogger and founder of Hues of Delahaye. A blog focusing on fabulous European city breaks for busy professionals, and helpful London/UK travel tips. That’ll have you exploring like a local.The XF 35mm F1.4 R is by no means a slouch of a lens; if you decide to go with this lens you will end up with better overall low light performance, better image stabilization performance with the X-H1 (and likely any future X-Series cameras with IBIS), and shallower depth of field for that creamy bokeh that portrait photographers love so much. You just need to be able to live with the negatives of this lens; like the moving front element, no weather sealing, and the loud AF motor. The review of theFuji XF 35mm 1.4 lens, covers the pros and cons, and all the specs you need to consider when deciding if this is the right lens for you depending on your photography style. In my humble opinion and after using the Fuji 35mm f/1.4 for over 3 years now. It’s the far superior lens of the two.
That’s why I’m here to help. This article summarizes the key features of each lenses and example scenarios you’ll want to use them in. Its compact size makes it very easy to handle. One issue is that the lens hood is a little harder to handle and carry. The reality is, each of these lenses are a great way to get into the Fuji system and start creating beautiful photos. Where to buy Fuji lenses
The Fujifilm XF 35mm F1.4 R lens boasts a metal mount, high-grade metal barrel and non-rotating 52mm filter thread. The focus ring is generously wide, smooth in action without being loose, and has a ridged, rubberised grip band. There are “hard stops” at either end of the 28cm-infinity focus range. Here are a few sample photos with the Fuji 23mm f2 from my travels. Photo taken with the Fuji 23mm f2 in Bavaria, Germany. Photo taken with the Fuji 23mm f2 in Atrani, Italy. Photo taken with the Fuji 23mm f2 in Berlin, Germany.