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Fujinon XF90mmF2 R LM WR
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- 137mm (35mm Eq)
- 11 elements in 8 groups, including three ED (extra low-dispersion) elements, which reduces chromatic aberrations to deliver sharp, rich images even at the widest aperture of F2.0.
- High-speed autofocus as fast as 0.14sec* (Complies with CIPA guidelines) thanks to a newly-developed Quad Linear Motor
- Weather and dust-resistant structure with seven seals on the lens barrel.
- Close focusing to 60cm and 0.3x magnification (35mm format equivalent)
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FeatureFast-aperture optic delivers strong bokeh and ultra-sharp images
Ultra-sharp images even at the maximum aperture
The optical construction comprises 11 elements in 8 groups, including three ED (extra low-dispersion) elements, which reduces chromatic aberrations to deliver sharp, rich images even at the widest aperture of F2.0.
The rounded aperture blades combined with an optical construction designed to minimize vignetting creates beautiful circular bokeh right to the edge of the image. In addition, stunning depth is possible in images thanks to the differentiation between the razor-sharp subject and the bokeh in front and behind it.
Quad Linear Motor
High-speed autofocus as fast as 0.14sec* thanks to a newly-developed Quad Linear Motor
A linear motor is fast, quiet and accurate, but here four magnets are used for higher torque. The high-speed autofocus provides a more versatile shooting experience, allowing users to quickly react to subtle changes in a subject's facial expression.
* Complies with CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) guidelines, internal measurement, during high performance mode.
Weather, Dust, and Freeze Resistance
The lens features a weather- and dust-resistant structure with seven seals on the lens barrel. It can also work in temperatures as low as -10°C. This keeps the lens protected from rain, dust and splashes of water when shooting outdoors.
Close focusing to 60cm and 0.3x magnification (35mm format equivalent)
The close focusing capabilities of the FUJINON XF90mmF2 R LM WR allow you to isolate key parts of a subject so you can shoot dramatic portraits or close-ups of flowers and insects.
Lightweight and compact
The lens weighs approx 540g, and is compact too, with a filter thread measuring just 62mm. The combined weight with the XF56mmF1.2 R is less than 1kg – great news for portrait photographers who want to travel light and still shoot with prime lenses for sharp images and strong bokeh.
|Aperture Control Design||Includes aperture ring|
|Compatible Mountings||Fujifilm X|
|Focus Type||Stepper motor|
|Item Dimensions||2.95 x 2.95 x 4.13 inches|
|Item Display Weight||600 grams|
|Item Weight||1.19 pounds|
|Lens Design||Fixed Prime|
|Lens Type||Prime lens|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F2.0|
|Maximum Focal Length||90 mm|
|Maximum Format Size||APS-C / DX|
|Minimum Focal Length||90 mm|
|Number of Diaphragm Blades||7|
|Number of Elements||11|
|Number of Groups||8|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||62 mm|
|Shipping Weight||2.1 pounds|
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|Focus Type||Stepper motor||Micromotor||auto-focus||auto-focus||auto-focus||Stepper motor|
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|Maximum Focal Length||90 millimeters||56 millimeters||35||140||16 millimeters||200 millimeters|
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|Photo Filter Thread Size||62 millimeters||62 millimeters||—||72 millimeters||67 millimeters||62 millimeters|
The Fujinon XF90mm F2 LM WR is a fast-aperture prime lens with a focal length equivalent to 137mm (35mm Eq) and a maximum aperture of F2.0, that delivers ultra-sharp images with rich bokeh even at the maximum aperture setting. The lens features a weather and dust-resistant structure with seven seals on the lens barrel. It can also work in temperatures as low as -10 Degree. The optical construction of 11 elements in 8 groups (including three ED glass elements) minimizes vignetting and creates beautiful bokeh thanks to the rounded diaphragm, which makes it perfect for portraiture as well as other applications.
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Every aspect of the image quality is out-of-this-world from center to edge/corner at essentially every aperture setting, including f2. I haven't tested it much past f11 yet. If you peruse the internet for early reviews of the lens, everyone is drooling.
It's so incredibly sharp that I'll just use this as my telephoto lens most of the time: I can easily crop out half of the pixels to get a 200mm full-frame-equivalent photo (at about 7mp, which is fine for most online work and smaller prints).
The aperture ring is nice and firm - a little more firm than the XF 23mm. Maybe a little too firm if you really want to move it with one finger.
I like that the focus ring isn't a clutch-style mechanism: I like to use the Auto+Manual focusing mode; and, it's really not that hard to flip the camera's switch over to manual focusing.
I was worried about the size and weight, but it's not bad. It's about the same size as Canon's 85mm f1.8, which was one of my old favorites. It is heavier than the Canon, but the lightweight Fuji bodies make up for the difference. I'm definitely glad it's not larger, and it would be nice if it were smaller, but the weight and size shouldn't detract a buyer too much. I'm also glad that they shrunk the width of this guy compared to the original fat version they were demoing. Thanks Fuji for creating more lenses with the 62mm filter size.
I appreciate that this lens is weather resistant. In addition to the obvious benefits of weather sealing, it's good to know that I can sell this lens as used in 5 years without buyers too concerned with dust inside the lens. Interior dust isn't the end of the world for a lens, but it can make it harder to sell in the future. However, I doubt that I'll ever sell this lens.
Yes, the lens hood is plastic, but the fit is great, and it's easy to get on, off, and reverse. I also use step-up rings, other metal lens hoods, and 72mm filers.
With the MCEX-11 macro adapter, the working distance is about 10 inches to 30 inches, which is both a large range and not crazy close.
If I were to complain about anything, it's the focus speed. I was prepared to be wowed beyond belief because of the quad-motor. Sometimes the focus speed is incredibly fast (small adjustments with phase detection) but other times it does contrast-mode searching that takes a little longer than I'd like (approx. between 1 tenth and 7 tenths of a second). It also occasionally likes to focus on the background, especially when it has more contrast than a small subject. Firmware updates may be able to fix this. In the meantime, I can improve the performance by adjusting the size of the focus box to match the size of the part of the subject I want it to lock onto. If it's still not grabbing the subject, then there's always the manual focus ring. Overall, though, I'm happy with the focusing speed. Oh, and it's crazy quiet, all of the time. ... I also tested it with some of the new focusing options, thanks to FW 4.0. I used it at a kids baseball game and captured beautifully in-focus photos of the runners and pitcher using the continuous mode with both wide tracking and the zone mode. Very happy.
I'd say the last thing to consider is the focal length itself. I like this focal length for portraits, although it puts quite a bit of distance between me and the subject. This works great when I'm capturing candid photos, e.g. at a wedding. It lets me get a nice portrait shot without disturbing the subject. However, most portrait photographers like to be closer to their subjects, or need to be closer because of space limitations. There are many photographers that find this focal length kind of boring: not enough of the scene, but also not tele enough to really reach much. As I mentioned earlier, if you don't mind reducing the dimensions of the photo some, the sharpness of this lens will help it function like a greater telephoto lens.
Because of the excellent image quality at f2, I imagine I'll use this mostly to separate interesting and beautiful subjects from the background. Additionally, with this lens' superb image quality and the Xt1's beautiful jpegs, especially B+W jpegs, my suspicion is that I'm about to embark into some personally-unexplored areas of photography, which is very exciting.
Fuji has been great at integrating online user feedback, and you can tell they have incorporated a lot of that feedback into this lens.
Thanks Fuji for an incredible lens.
This lense is tack sharp and produces beautiful photos. Just for reference I use it with and XT2 and absolutely love the combo.
Solidly built and feels like quality when you hold and use it.
oh, and Bokeh / blur that is top notch.
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