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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2 Camera Lens - International Version (No Warranty)
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|Lens Description||56 millimetres|
|Max Focal Length||56 Millimeters|
|Min Focal Length||56 Millimeters|
|Model Name||XF56MMF1.2 R|
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- Fujinon XF56mm F1.2 R features a fast maximum aperture of f/1.2
- Focal length of 85mm
- The XF56mm F1.2 R combines an inner focus mechanism and a DC coreless motor for rapid autofocusing speeds.
- Durable, metal construction - including the aperture and focusing rings - to ensure a high quality feel
- Lens configuration :11 elements in 8 groups (includes 1 aspherical and 2 extra low dispersion elements)
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The FUJINON XF56mm F1.2 R lens features a fast maximum aperture of f/1.2 and a focal length of 85mm. The lens delivers beautiful bokeh, making it particularly suitable for high quality portraits. Less than half the size of an equivalent lens on a full-frame camera the XF56mm offers fast, quiet autofocusing that ensures stress-free shooting for both the photographer and the model. It also delivers incredible resolving power for high quality results that are enhanced by the unique skin tone reproduction technology found in Fujifilm’s X-mount cameras. Using the XF56mm and selecting one of two PRO Negative modes from the Film Simulation menu on the camera body will ensure users can capture beautiful portraits with rich tonal gradations reminiscent of images from film cameras. Like all other lenses in the XF line up, the XF56mm F1.2 R is designed with impressive attention to detail. It has a design that sits comfortably in the hand and exterior features including a metal aperture ring for a premium quality feel
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People often try to compare this to the 50mm F2, but unless you need weather resistance in a desert or the North Pole, or you're a Street Shooter that needs a compact and fast focussing lens, this is the one for you. If you're a street shooter, you probably won't shoot as many portraits and want more speed, then get the 50mm f2. Another tip with this lens, make the focal point on your camera smaller to focus in low light.
Really it's uncanny from the 75 that the 50f2 gives you to the 85 that 56 gives you there are really very similar.. if your looking for something simple lense then I recommend that you go for the 50f2 .
as the 56 you have to get used to it , as it has a very light f/stop ring , and swivel ring in the centre , as soon as your camera is switched on ..
so you have to be quick and on the game in a studio when using it ..
The 56 with also give you that edge in dark studios ... so low iso due to 1.2 f/stop
also what photography do you do mostly ? you may find 1.2 is hardly ever touched ? ... so the mid range is used more ....
the 50f2 will be my replacement for the 56. location and travel .. so it's a good way of testing people :) .. side by side.
Also it's best to practice with the 56 in street photography I think .. night and day ..
however the 56 down side has a linear motor so in lightroom or captureone you will see that your .. pictures are blurred when 100% , 100% .. so i've returned my 56 .... pitty.. i thought it was going to be good !
The 50f2 is much sharper and for me will be its replacement " 75mm "
all the best !
It's up to you ..
Addirittura si dice che non fu una mela d'oro a essere gettata sul tavolo olimpico dalla dea Eris, ma un 56mm 1.2 utilizzato poi da Paride per fotografare Afrodite in persona, scatenando le ire di Era e Atena.
Dopo quella foto, infatti, nessuna potè più competere per bellezza, definizione e imperituro effetto bokeh.
While I L O V E the bokeh from this lens I find it very hard to get sharp pictures, I understand that when shooting at 1.2/1.4 the depth of filed is very very thin, but still, even when the shutter is at 1/1000th of a second and the subject is not moving it is hard for me to get all my pictures tack sharp.
Maybe it’s me, maybe it’s my technique but at the end I am very frustrated when I see that so many of my pictures are soft (while I get 95% of tack sharp pictures with my 35mm F2).
I ended up keeping the lens, because when you get a sharp picture – the picture is magical.
On the downside, it is heavy and it is not as fast to focus as the 35 1.4. Slightly faster and it would get five stars.