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Fujinon XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR
|Compatible Mountings||Fujifilm X|
|Lens Description||Zoom lens for Mirrorless Cameras|
|Max Focal Length||140|
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- Equivalent to 76mm to 214mm;Internal focus
- Focal Length : 50-140 mm
- Focus range : Normal : 1m - ∞ (whole zoom position), Macro : 1m - 3m (whole zoom position)
- Max. magnification : 0.12x (Telephoto), Maximum aperture of F2.8
- Dust / water and low temperature resistance
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A telephoto zoom offering the most frequently used telephoto focal lengths, equivalent to 76mm* to 213mm*, and a maximum aperture of F2.8. It features the latest technology, including dust / water and low temperature resistance, a triple linear motor, and the world''s top image stabilization technology in its class, so that users do not miss a shot in any conditions. * 35mm format equivalent.
Optical design for flagship telephoto zoom image quality
To deliver the best image quality in its class, this luxurious telephoto zoom uses an optical construction comprising 23 glass elements in 16 groups, with five ED lens elements and one Super ED lens element comparable to a fluorite lens. This maximizes the reduction of chromatic aberrations and delivers high resolving power.
Nano-GI (Gradient Index) Coating Technology
Applying Fujifilm''s unique HT-EBC (High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating) to the entire area of the lens surface ensures ghosting and flare are controlled for sharp, clear images. Also, using the newly developed Nano-GI (Gradient Index) coating technology, which alters the refractive index between glass and air, ghosting and flare are effectively reduced for diagonal incident light.
High-speed, quiet autofocus thanks to the world''s first Triple Linear Motor
An Inner Focusing System*4 is used for high-speed AF. By reducing the weight of the focus lens and mounting the Triple Linear Motor at intervals of 120°, high-speed, quiet AF is possible.
Faster AF is possible when by combining this lens with an X Series camera body offering Phase Detection AF. Combined with the near-silent shutter sound, photos can be taken unnoticed in quiet locations.
As AF operates using a signal from the imaging sensor, extremely high-precision focusing is possible.
With a minimum working distance of 1m for the entire zoom range, this lens is also great for close ups.
*4 Method for moving the small lenses in the middle and rear sections of the lens, without moving the large lenses composing the front of the lens.
The best image stabilization performance in its class
Thanks to a high-performance gyro sensor and unique algorithm that cancels drift, the FUJINON LENS XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR delivers the best image stabilization performance in its class. Combined with a bright F2.8 aperture, handholding is now possible in new areas for a telephoto zoom.
Weather resistant, dust-resistant and -10°C low-temperature operation
By applying seals to each portion of the barrel, the lens is weather-resistant, dust-resistant and -10°C low-temperature operation, making it the perfect companion for the FUJIFILM X-T1, which has the same levels of protection.
High build quality and comfortable operation
Both the focus and aperture rings are metal, plus metal is also used on the exterior of the lens body for a high-quality finish. Thanks to long-term experience and broaden know-how for other top-end professional lens fields such as Broadcasting and CinemaScope, the texture and torque on the rings makes for comfortable shooting. The lens mount is made from brass for improved strength.
Combined with a camera body, the lens is approximately 60% of the weight of a full-size system*5, considerably reducing the burden on the photographer. The AF+MF function enables seamless manual focusing. After pressing the shutter to autofocus on the subject, fine adjustments can then be made using the manual focus ring.*6
*6 A function allowing seamless manual focusing by rotating the focus ring while pressing the shutter halfway during AF lock.
Type: XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR
Lens configuration: 23 elements in 16 groups (includes 5 extra low dispersion elements and 1 super extra low dispersion element)
Focal length: f=50-140mm
35mm format equivalent: 76-213mm
Angle of view: 31.7° - 11.6°
Max. aperture: F2.8
Min. aperture: F22
Number of blades: 7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
Step size: 1/3EV (19 steps)
Normal: 1m - ∞ (whole zoom position)
Macro: 1m - 3m (whole zoom position)
Max. magnification: 0.12x (Telephoto)
External dimensions : Diameter x Length* (approx.)
* distance from camera lens mount flange
ø82.9mm x 175.9mm (Wide / Telephoto)
Weight* (approx.): 995g *excluding cap, hoods and tripod collar foot
Filter size: ø72mm
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|Compatible Camera Mount||Fujifilm X||Fujifilm X||Fujifilm X||Fujifilm X||—||Fujifilm X|
|Item Dimensions||3.26 x 3.26 x 6.93 inches||4.30 x 5.00 x 5.40 inches||10.20 x 5.50 x 5.90 inches||2.76 x 2.87 x 2.87 inches||7.80 x 5.90 x 5.10 inches||11.40 x 7.70 x 5.20 inches|
|Item Weight||3.90 lbs||0.70 lbs||2.75 lbs||0.89 lbs||1.49 lbs||4.20 lbs|
|Lens Type||Telephoto||Telephoto||Wide Angle||Standard||Telephoto||Telephoto|
|Maximum Focal Length||140||50||16||56 millimeters||230||400 millimeters|
|Minimum Focal Length||50||50||8||56 millimeters||50||100 millimeters|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||72 millimeters||—||—||62 millimeters||—||—|
A telephoto zoom offering the most frequently used telephoto focal lengths, equivalent to 76mm to 214mm, and a maximum aperture of F2.8. It features the latest technology, including dust / water and low temperature resistance, a triple linear motor, and the world's top image stabilization technology in its class, so that users do not miss a shot in any conditions. Its advanced performance makes it a perfect choice, not only for portraiture and snapshots, but also to capture fast-moving subjects in sports or wildlife photography, and for general outdoor nature photography.
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The 50-140 is incredibly versatile. It's every bit as good as Canon 70-200 2.8 ii and Canon 70-200 F4 IS, both of which I previously owned. The Canon 70-200 2.8 is still better in terms of bokeh and higher magnification factor. The drawback is its 500g extra weight. And when you add another 500g of weight from a full frame body, that's a total of 1kg extra. Not fun to carry for a long period of time at all. I sold both canon lenses since I got the fuji 50-140.
Optical image stabilization is highly effective. Autofocus is fast and accurate. Image quality is very high. I can't find obvious flaws. Unfortunately this lens has low magnification factor. So let's say I want to get a closeup shot of a flower this lens can't do that. Bokeh is decent but not spectacular. That's why I have 56 1.2. Small enough to bring along just in case.
When I first got the lens I was surprised to hear rattling noise when I gently shake the lens. It turns out that this is perfectly normal and was by design. My Canon lenses make no noise at all so I didn't like what I heard at first. But after a while I got used to hearing it. The noise goes away when you turn on the camera, and comes back when you turn off. Other than this, build quality is very high. It makes me want to hold it. My Canon 70-200 2.8 makes me want to put it down.
There was a period of time when I had both Canon 70-200 f4 and fuji 50-140. The choice was not as obvious as 70-200 2.8 vs. 50-140. Both 70-200 f4 and the fuji counterpart offer excellent image quality. If I mount the Canon 70-200 f4 on a Canon 6D series, the combo weighs about the same as xt2 + 50-140 combo. I feel that the bokeh is better on the canon and it's about 200g lighter. In the end I chose the fuji because i really love my xt2. And even though 50-140 is larger and a bit heavier it's one full stop faster, making it potentially a great event lens. Besides the OIS is much quieter and appears to be more effective. Mostly importantly I already sold all my canon full frame. And the only way to use the canon is to mount it on my M5. By the time I add an adapter, the size difference disappears.
In summary, I'm very glad I got this fujinon 50-140 as a bring-everywhere lens. It is by no means small but very manageable. It's weather resistant. It allows to me to use lower ISO thanks to its extremely effective OIS. If you like traditional DSLR like the canon 5d series and you don't mind the weight, then I think a 5Div and 70-200 f2.8 combo is still superior because of better bokeh and higher magnification. But I do mind. I'm getting old. I just want something lighter and more manageable.
I wanted a small system for travel, street, casual shooting. So buying this lens was not what i had planned originally as it is huge and heavy. However, my thinking was, if i tried it and it worked well, then i could get rid of my FF setup. To be honest, it is hard to imagine i could go back to a crop system. This lens convinced me i could!! It is a little heavy, but balances well on the xt2.
I have shot hundreds of photos with this lens and the xt2 and compared to shots taken with my FF and the Tamron. My conclusion? I don't lose much, if anything at all, from shooting the fuji. In fact this lens is much sharper wide open, focusses more accurately. As i do not have much time doing a lot of PP (except when i shoot a friend's wedding for fun), the jpegs from the fuji with this lens is very satisfying. I was thinking of the 56mm for portraits, but with this lens, i don't think I'll be buying that in a hurry.
So with this lens, I'm ready to ditch my FF. The fuji mirrorless small body with the excellent small primes and the excellent 18-55 is great for casual, street, and travel photography. This lens allows me to do the other more serious things. This lens helped me make up my mind, and my FF setup will be going soon!! It is that good.
Also, this lens is SHARP! I've been more than impressed with the quality of shots I get.
The OIS is truly incredible. I'm able to get sharp images at 1/15 second and 140mm without trying to be stable, and probably 80% of my shots at 1/8 are sharp when I steady myself well. This opens up tons of opportunities for shots in light that is less than ideal, so long as the subject is stationary.
If you've been missing your 70-200mm f/2.8 after switching to the Fuji system, this will fulfill all your desires and more! Significantly lighter, less expensive, and shorter than Canon and Nikon offerings, but no loss in performance. Well worth the investment.
Top reviews from other countries
È stata una voglia più che una reale necessità, avevo preso un 18-135 per iniziare la mia “avventura” in Fujifilm per avere un buon obiettivo e non investire troppi soldi prima di provare il mondo Mirrorless...
Una volta capito il reale potenziale di Fujifilm ho prima investito su un ottica fissa 23 1.4 e poi ho venduto il 18-135 e l’ho sostituito con questo “mostro”...
Sono soddisfattissimo, certo costa un botto e pesa altrettanto, ma la qualità ha il suo prezzo e i suoi compromessi...una volta accettati questi non mancheranno grandi soddisfazioni. L’apertura 2.8 costante offre subito una nitidezza impressionante che cresce chiudendo il diaframma, un buon bokeh e colori molto piacevoli in pieno stile Fuji, stabilizzazione di classe superiore alla media, il motorino OIS ronza di continuo ma basta farci un po’ l’abitudine. Vengo da Full Frame Nikon quindi ho dei termini di paragone piuttosto “alti” e sinceramente non potevo pretendere di più.
Io lo uso su XPRO2 e utilizzo il grip aggiuntivo che offre una migliore presa.
Certo chi è passato a Fuji per essere più leggero non guardi questo obiettivo, e forse neanche i fissi 1.4, chi invece come me vuol pensare di sostituire un corredo reflex con un corredo Fujifilm stia tranquillo che non rimpiangerà nulla ! Grande Fujifilm, e grande servizio Amazon come sempre.