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Will the Lumix Micro 4/3 s Lens's fit this camera? I zoomed into the top image and the lens mount looks very similar

asked on March 20, 2013

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The Lumix lenses won't fit. It's a proprietary Fuji mount. That being said, there's plenty of adapters for other lenses to make them function on the Fuji. Check here and see if a Lumix adapter exists!
Blair H. answered on March 20, 2013
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Fujifilm made its own X-mount, and it's not compatible with anything, however there are adapters to other mounts.
There is however a problem -- X-mount cameras have APS-C size sensor -- it's larger (mostly longer) than Micro F4/3, so I doubt that anyone would want to make an adapter for Micro 4/3 lens that are intende… see more
Fujifilm made its own X-mount, and it's not compatible with anything, however there are adapters to other mounts.
There is however a problem -- X-mount cameras have APS-C size sensor -- it's larger (mostly longer) than Micro F4/3, so I doubt that anyone would want to make an adapter for Micro 4/3 lens that are intended to have a smaller image size. Other APS-C and Full Frame lens are likely to have an adapter -- either by Fujifilm itself or someone else, so check for adapters availability if you want to re-use lens between multiple cameras.
It's worth to be mentioned that there are adapters in the opposite direction, X-mount lens to Micro 4/3 cameras, however all I could find are minimal ones that don't support autofocus, and even though some X-mount lens are very good, it's probably too much trouble to use them on another camera. see less
Fujifilm made its own X-mount, and it's not compatible with anything, however there are adapters to other mounts.
There is however a problem -- X-mount cameras have APS-C size sensor -- it's larger (mostly longer) than Micro F4/3, so I doubt that anyone would want to make an adapter for Micro 4/3 lens that are intended to have a smaller image size. Other APS-C and Full Frame lens are likely to have an adapter -- either by Fujifilm itself or someone else, so check for adapters availability if you want to re-use lens between multiple cameras.
It's worth to be mentioned that there are adapters in the opposite direction, X-mount lens to Micro 4/3 cameras, however all I could find are minimal ones that don't support autofocus, and even though some X-mount lens are very good, it's probably too much trouble to use them on another camera.

A.B. answered on March 20, 2013
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No Definitely Different Mount.
B. Deering answered on March 20, 2013
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It does look similar but this is not a Micro 4/3 rd camera, hence the back focusing distance will not match. So, the answer is no, not without an adapter at the minimum. Plus you'd also loose all the electronic control over the lenses f stop and focus, I assume.
Vinay K. Sharma answered on March 21, 2013
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Micro 4/3s lenses will not fit the X-Pro mount directly. Kipon is a third-party company that makes a lens adapter for this mount, but focussing has to be done manually with all adapters. Check Ebay.
GP. answered on March 21, 2013
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I don't know but I would think not. Why would a panasonic lens fit on a fuji camera?
Tony Pearce answered on March 20, 2013
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