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Fujinon XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
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|Compatible Mountings||Fujifilm X|
|Max Focal Length||24 Millimeters|
|Min Focal Length||10 Millimeters|
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- Equivalent to 15-36 mm (35mm format) - angle of view: 110° - 61.2°
- Minimum working distance of 0.24 m, Focal Length : 10-24 mm
- Constant f:4 aperture throughout entire zoom range, OIS (built-in Optical Image Stabilisation)
- 14 elements in 10 groups (includes 4 aspherical and 4 extra low dispersion elements)
- Internal focussing and zoom - lens extension and length remains constant throughout zoom range
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Its ultra wide to standard focal length capabilities make it the perfect choice for shooting dynamic, high impact landscapes images with excellent detail from the foreground to the far distance. The maximum F4.0 aperture is available throughout the 2.4x zoom range from the lens'' ultra-wide 15 mm* focal length to its longest at 36 mm*. With a powerful Optical Image Stabilization system, the ability to work handheld when shooting in low light is boosted. It offers high-speed AF thanks to an enhanced inner focusing system, and the use of a stepping motor and lightweight internal lenses has ensured that the XF10-24 mm is very quiet to use. Its minimum working distance of 24 cm means that with macro photography you can capture both the small foreground detail and the wider surroundings to give your subject greater context.
* 35 mm format equivalent
Type: XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
Lens configuration: 14 elements in 10 groups (includes 4 aspherical and 4 extra low dispersion elements)
Focal length: f=10 - 24mm
35mm format equivalent: 15 - 36mm
Angle of view: 110° - 61.2°
Max. aperture: F4
Min. aperture: F22
Number of blades: 7(rounded diaphragm opening)
Step size: 1/3EV (16 steps)
Normal: 0.5m - ∞
Macro: 24cm - ∞
Max. magnification: 0.16x (Telephoto)
External dimensions : Diameter x Length* (approx.)
* distance from camera lens mount flange
ø78.0mm x 87mm(Wide) / 87mm(Telephoto)
Weight* (approx.): 410g *excluding caps and hoods
Filter size: ø72mm
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|Sold By||Adorama||PhotoCraft -- District Camera and Imaging||Focus Camera LLC||Unique Photo, Inc.||Adorama|
|Compatible Camera Mount||Fujifilm X||—||Fujifilm X||Fujifilm X||Fujifilm X|
|Focus Type||Stepper motor||Autofocus||Autofocus||Autofocus||Autofocus|
|Item Dimensions||3.43 x 3.07 x 3.07 inches||4.30 x 5.40 x 5.00 inches||10.20 x 5.50 x 5.90 inches||4.17 x 3.27 x 3.27 inches||3.26 x 3.26 x 6.93 inches|
|Item Weight||0.90 lbs||0.70 lbs||2.75 lbs||1.44 lbs||3.90 lbs|
|Lens Type||Wide Angle||Wide Angle||Wide Angle||Standard||Telephoto|
|Maximum Aperture||f/4||f/2||f/2.8||0 millimeters||f/2.8|
|Maximum Focal Length||24 millimeters||23||16||55 millimeters||140|
|Minimum Focal Length||10 millimeters||23||8||16 millimeters||50|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||72 millimeters||43 millimeters||—||77 millimeters||72 millimeters|
The XF 10-24mm F4 lens's ultra wide to standard focal length capabilities make it the perfect choice for shooting dynamic, high impact landscapes images with excellent detail from the foreground to the far distance. The maximum F4.0 aperture is available throughout the 2.4x zoom range from the lens' ultra-wide 15mm* focal length to its longest at 36mm*. With a powerful Optical Image Stabilization system, the ability to work handheld when shooting in low light is boosted. It offers high-speed AF thanks to an enhanced inner focusing system, and the use of a stepping motor and lightweight internal lenses has ensured that the XF10-24mm is very quiet to use. Its minimum working distance of 28cm means that with macro photography you can capture both the small foreground detail and the wider surroundings to give your subject greater context.
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I have been on and off user of the system since X-E1, also had X-E2, X100s, X-T2. I like tinkering with my gear and Fuji cameras are ideal for those who hate taking photos in full or semi-auto modes.
But as a RAW shooter, I also had my struggles with colors and sharpening, with weak focusing has been another pain point until X-T2 and X-T3 came along.
Anyway, here I am two days before my trip to LA, Death Valley and Joshua Tree National parks scrambling with what gear to take with me on the trip.
Do I take X-T3 with couple of primes and tried and trusted Canon 5D IV with 16-35 and 70-200, which seems a lot of gear to lug around or should I complement my Fuji lens setup with 10-24 and leave Canon at home.
I chose to buy this lens, rushed a one-day delivery and was eager to test it out prior to the trip.
And what a lesson it was.
It only took me dozen of shots from both Fuji and Canon of my wooded backyard to realize total superiority of Canon images.
Then I asked myself - what am trying to gain by taking Fuji to a trip of a lifetime (not sure I will ever visit Death Valley again), fully expecting that images will be vastly inferior to the ones from Canon 5D IV?
The only reasons I could come up with are size and weight, but the benefits are not that significant given that a battery grip is a must on X-T3.
Sure, Fuji cameras excel in taking people pictures, street photography or in any situations where you would not want to draw attention by pulling intimidating DSLR and aiming a shot through the viewfinder.
For me, the image quality is top priority and this is why this lens goes back and the rest of my Fuji gear will find new happy owners on Ebay.
That's my 2cents worth.
It is not a small lens, but well built and fits nicely on my X-T1.
At 10mm I found minimal distortion at the sides of the frame depending on the scene photographed, and only when objects on the side of the frame are closer than the rest of the scene. It is also important how one holds the camera, like pointing the lens up or down.
The sharpness across the frame at F4.0 is very good, and I saw no degrading in the corners or the sides of the frame. I think the Fujion 10-24mm lens is an excellent lens and worth the money
It looks a bit big on my X-T20, so it's not appropriate for every shooting situation (you might as well be using a larger DSLR), but that's the sacrifice you make for image quality. And besides, I have the 27mm pancake for when size matters.
If you need an ultra-wide angle zoom, and can afford the price, this is one of the best I've ever used.
I particularly enjoy the OIS, which is relatively rare for a wide-angle zoom.
I considered using an adapter and a Sigma 10-20 wide zoom, but the lack of auto-focus became areal drawback.
I usually shoot this lens at f5.6 for best results -- the OIS provides significant flexibility in this regard.
The constant f4 aperture is just fine considering I typically shoot around f8 to f11. I have used the lens frequently handheld and the lens-based stabilization works very well. Though honestly most would find IS on wide angle lenses pretty much unnecessary, the old "1/lens length" slowest shutter speed rule suggests a shutter speed range of 1/10 to 1/24 seconds (depending on zoom setting) is hand-holdable and I've found it to be true.
The lens features internal focus and zoom which I find very useful when using filter holders. On some lenses like the 18-55 or the 55-200 the lens barrel extends as it is zoomed. It doesn't take much pressure at all to push or pull the front of the lens changing the zoom setting and your composition.
There is a rumour that this lens is due for an update, it is among Fuji's oldest zoom lenses. If an update is announced it will probably be before the end of October 2020, but unless the change is something substantial I wouldn't be too concerned. This current version now on sale at $300 off is a steal!
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It is really sharp and the AF is really fast.
I used with my T1 and now with my T2.
It is a little bit chunky but not huge as wide angle for other camera brands (I had the Tokina 12-24 F4 for Nikon it was bigger that this Fuji 10-24).
only thing that i would recommend is that if you are trying to do astro photography is to consider a faster lens such as the fuji 8-16 or if youre on a budget the samyang/rokinon 12mm for similar focal lengths. i was able to do some astro with star trails but i would not recommend it for persons reading amazon reviews on if you can do astro with a lens haha