lenses - Omnifoto
L E N S E S
The Fujif ilm
range:
the lineup of new lenses achieves
the highest image quality
across the widest variety of scenes
Designed to perfectly complement X series bodies.
Created in tandem with X series cameras, simultaneous development of the sensor
and lenses allows Fujifilm XF and XC models to offer the perfect blend of quality and handling.
Currently consisting of 12 lenses, from fixed focal length versions aimed at specific subjects,
to versatile and mobile zooms, even more lenses are scheduled for launch,
offering an even greater range of shooting options.
All X series lenses offer high resolution and edge-to-edge sharpness,
while their wide apertures allow expressive shots,
all the while keeping the size compact.
NEW
NEW
XF14 mm F2.8 R
P.6
• Lens configuration
10 elements in 7 groups
(includes 2 aspherical and
3 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=14mm (21mm)
• Angle of view/90.8°
• Max. aperture/F2.8
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Nomal:30cm Macro:18cm • Max. magnification/0.12x
XF18 mm F2 R
P.8
• Lens configuration
8 elements in 7 groups
(includes 2 aspherical elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=18mm (27mm)
• Angle of view/76.5°
• Max. aperture/F2.0
• Min. aperture/F16
• Focus range
Nomal:0.8m Macro:18cm - 2.0m
• Max. magnification/0.14x
XF23 mm F1.4 R
P.10
• Lens configuration
11 elements in 8 groups
(includes 1 aspherical elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=23mm (35mm)
• Angle of view/63.4°
• Max. aperture/F1.4
• Min. aperture/F16
• Focus range
Nomal:0.6m Macro:28cm • Max. magnification/0.1x
XF27 mm F2.8
P.12
• Lens configuration
7 elements in 5 groups
(includes 1 aspherical elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=27mm (41mm)
• Angle of view/55.5°
• Max. aperture/F2.8
• Min. aperture/F16
• Focus range
Nomal:0.6m Macro:34cm • Max. magnification/0.1x
XF35 mm F1.4 R
P.14
• Lens configuration
8 elements in 6 groups
(includes 1 aspherical elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=35mm (53mm)
• Angle of view/44.2°
• Max. aperture/F1.4
• Min. aperture/F16
• Focus range
Nomal:0.8m Macro:28cm - 2.0m
• Max. magnification/0.17x
XF56 mm F1.2 R
P.16
• Lens configuration
11 elements in 8 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and
2 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=56mm (85mm)
• Angle of view/28.5°
• Max. aperture/F1.2
• Min. aperture/F16
• Focus range
Normal:0.7m Macro: 0.7m -3m
• Max. magnification/0.09 x
XF60 mm F2.4 R Macro
P.18
• Lens configuration
10 elements in 8 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and
1 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=60mm (91mm)
• Angle of view/26.6°
• Max. aperture/F2.4
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Nomal:0.6m Macro:26.7cm - 2.0m
• Max. magnification/0.5x
XF10-24 mm F4 R OIS
P.20
• Lens configuration
14 elements in 10 groups
(includes 4 aspherical and
4 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=10-24mm (15-36mm)
• Angle of view/110°-61.2°
• Max. aperture/F4
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Normal:0.5m Macro: 24cm • Max. magnification/
0.16x(Telephoto)
XF18-55 mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS
P.22
• Lens configuration
14 elements in 10 groups
(includes 3 aspherical and
1 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=18-55mm (27-84mm)
• Angle of view/76.5°-29.0°
• Max. aperture/F2.8-F4.0
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Normal:0.6m - (whole zoom position)
Macro:[Wide] 30cm - 10m
[Telephoto]40cm - 10m
• Max. magnification/
0.15x(Telephoto)
XF55-200 mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
P.24
• Lens configuration
14 elements in 10 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and
2 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=55-200mm (84-305mm)
• Angle of view/29.0°-8.1°
• Max. aperture/F3.5-F4.8
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Normal:1.1m Macro:1.1m - 3m
• Max. magnification/
0.18x(Telephoto)
XC16-50 mm F3.5-5.6 OIS
P.26
• Lens configuration
12 elements in 10 groups
(includes 3 aspherical and
1 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=16-50mm (24-76mm)
• Angle of view/83.2°-31.7°
• Max. aperture/F3.5-F5.6
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Normal:0.6m - (whole zoom position)
Macro:[Wide] 30cm - 10m
[Telephoto]40cm - 10m
• Max. magnification/
0.15x(Telephoto)
XC50-230 mm F4.5-6.7 OIS
P.27
• Lens configuration
13 elements in 10 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and
1 extra-low dispersion elements)
• Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=50-230mm (76-350mm)
• Angle of view/31.7°-7.1°
• Max. aperture/F4.5-F6.7
• Min. aperture/F22
• Focus range
Normal:1.1m Macro:1.1cm - 3m
• Max. magnification/
0.2x(Telephoto)
The Expressive power of
lenses
and their superb image quality can be seen in the work of “
Filled with beautiful, creative images, the “X-Photographers”
online gallery presents the outstanding work of photographers
embracing Fujifilm's X series all around the world. You'll discover
the highly detailed and expressive results from XF/XC lenses and
be amazed by the stunning image quality achieved through X
series cameras. In this brochure you can enjoy the results of XF
and XC lenses through the work of “X-Photographers”, and see how
they allow the fundamental pleasures of photography to be enjoyed.
“
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Images and stories in the “X-Photographers” online gallery
are from professionals who regularly use XF and XC lenses.
The community has spread to 204 people in 44 countries
around the world*.
*as of January 2014.
http://fujifilm-x.com/photographers/
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Single- focal Length Ultra Wide Angle Lens
XF14 mmF2.8 R
HT - EBC
Aspherical Lens
ED Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
10 elements in 7 groups
(includes 2 aspherical and 3 extra-low dispersion elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=14mm (21mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
90.8°
F2.8
F22
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (19 steps)
Nomal : 30cm - Macro : 18cm 0.12x
65.0mm x 58.4mm
235g (excluding caps and hoods)
58mm
Aspherical
Lens
ED
Lens
Clear, high-resolution,
high-contrast images
from edge to edge
This super-wide angle lens produces a tr uly
extraordinary view of the world. With an angle of view
that's greater than 90º and virtually none of the
distortions that normally affect wide-angle lenses,
thanks to its optical compensation alone, dynamic
compositions are within easy reach. With high resolution
maintained from the center to the edges, it's the perfect
partner for richly detailed landscapes and emotive
architectural scenes. What's more, smooth bokeh is
achieved when focusing close to the lens at its maximum
apertures and its “distance index” and “depth-of-field
scale” can be used to improve manual focusing.
X-Pro1 : F5.7 1/300sec. ISO500
The XF14mm F2.8R is a great all-round lens for photojournalists.
It works in a wide range of shooting situations and gives the equivalent to a 21mm on my X-Pro1.
The overall sharpness is excellent, even at F2.8, and it's easy to switch the lens to manual focus.
Photographer_
An even wider maximum aperture may have been useful to be able to isolate the subject from the background,
Olivier Polet / Belgium
but the resolution from the sensor is very good so it's easy to crop in on shots.
Beginning his professional career as a press photographer in 1990, he has also worked as the official
photographer of the Belgian Royal family. His images
include a diverse range of themes and, as well as
working with Belgian press agencies as a reporter, he
has had many books published.
In conclusion, it offers excellent sharpness, even at F2.8; there's no need for any additional sharpening
with software and the focal length is ideal for photojournalists.
Olivier Polet
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Single-focal Length Wide Angle Lens
XF18 mmF2 R
HT - EBC
The XF18mm lens combines a lightweight
Aspherical Lens
Focusing ALG
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
8 elements in 7 groups
( includes 2 aspherical elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=18mm (27mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
76.5°
F2.0
F16
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (19 steps)
Nomal :0.8m - Macro : 18cm - 2.0m
0.14x
64.5mm x 33.7mm
116g(excluding caps and hoods)
52mm
and compact design with an ideal focal length
and fast autofocusing.
Aspherical
Lens
It helps me capture unexpected
and exciting moments when I'm travelling
and delivers images with great detail and clarity.
No surprise, then, that it's found a permanent spot
in my camera bag.
James Gao
Shoot everything from landscapes
to group shots with wonderful detail
and crisp, clear details
At an equivalent of 27mm, this lens can easily be used
for a range of subjects from striking wide-angle
landscapes to dramatic street photography. Although
small enough not to weigh you down it packs in a large
F2 maximum aperture allowing you to shoot in low-light
conditions without camera shake, as well as freeze
moving subjects. Delicate subjects are rendered with
richly graduated tones, razor-sharp focus is achieved in
finely textured details like fabric, fur and bird feathers,
and to top it off, smooth bokeh ensures the lens is well
suited to portraits, too.
Photographer_
James Gao / China
A state accredited leading photographer in
China whose photography style underscores
casual documentation of people and culture.
Since 2001 he has taken his photography
with him through many countries and
regions, during which he also taught
photography for various equipment brands
as well as colleges in China. He held a solo
exhibition in 2002, and collections of his
works have also been published.
X-M1 : F2.8 1/1250sec. ISO200
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Single-focal Length Large Aperture Wide Angle Lens
XF23 mmF1.4 R
HT - EBC
Aspherical Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
11 elements in 8 groups
( includes 1 aspherical elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=23mm (35mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
63.4°
F1.4
F16
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (22 steps)
Nomal : 0.6m - Macro :28cm 0.1x
72.0mm x 63.0mm
300g (excluding caps and hoods)
62mm
Aspherical
Lens
Turn everyday scenes into art
with this F1.4 lens's elegant bokeh
Presenting a classic 35mm focal length with an angleof-view that closely matches the human eye, this lens is
ideally suited to documentary shots, candid street
photography and full-length portraits. Its compact size
belies the fast F1.4 maximum aperture within, which
provides a beautifully shallow depth-of-field and large
bright bokeh, as well as aiding low light shooting. The
23mm lens also a provides a “distance index” and “depthof-filed” scale allowing precise manual focusing.
X-M1 : F1.4 1/125sec. ISO640
The XF23mm lens has introduced the opportunity for me to shoot with the X-Series of cameras
at my favourite focal length. The 35mm equivalent view is very close to natural human vision
and as such it allows me to produce images that are highly representative of our visual perception of the world around us.
Photographer_
Kevin Mullins / UK
Coupled with the extremely fast aperture of f/1.4 means it has the perfect combination
of low light performance and perfect focal length.
It’s a lens that allows me to shoot portraits, wedding or street photography and all very comfortably.
Since starting as a professional wedding photographer
in 2008, he has shot for clients all over Europe, with his
reportage style adding a much-admired documentary
flavor and creating a unique story of the event.
Kevin Mullins
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Single-focal Length Wide Angle Lens
Small and lightweight, the XF27mm F2.8 is the perfect lens. Made without structural or optical compromises,
it's ideal for the photographer who wants a small system camera, but doesn't want to reduce picture quality.
I like to work with just one lens so I can concentrate on making the most of the photographic situations I come across.
No matter what I photograph, how many people I meet on the street or the places I visit,
this lens allows me to concentrate purely on taking pictures.
Massimiliano Angeloni
Photographer_
Massimiliano Angeloni / Italy
Living in Rome and shooting reportage, weddings,
fashion and photo novels, he runs workshops and
seminars on digital photography, lighting and portraits.
He also established the film company
Riflessifotografici.com in 2010.
XF27 mmF2.8
HT - EBC
Aspherical Lens
Lens configuration
7 elements in 5 groups
( includes 1 aspherical elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=27mm (41mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
55.5°
F2.8
F16
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (16 steps)
Nomal :0.6m - Macro :34cm -0.1x
61.2mm x 23.0mm
78g(excluding caps and hoods)
39mm
Aspherical
Lens
The smallest, lightest lens
in the X series will free
your photography
At just 78g and thin enough to slip in your pocket, this
lens is the perfect match for smaller bodies such as the
X-M1, instantly creating a compact, light and versatile
camera that you can take anywhere. High-speed and
smooth AF is achieved thanks to its light lens elements
and high-torque DC coreless motor, while the F2.8
aperture offers extremely high resolution when shooting
wide open. The 41mm equivalent focal length also
makes it the most adaptable lens, equally suited to
portraits, landscapes and architecture.
X-M1 : F2.8 1/4000sec. ISO200
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Single-focal Length Large Aperture Standard Lens
XF35 mmF1.4 R
HT - EBC
I’m on the street and I meet this friend of mine.
We talk a bit and I notice he’s standing
in perfect lighting. I pick up my X-series camera
and take some shots. Click click click.
Aspherical Lens
Focusing ALG
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
8 elements in 6 groups
( includes 1 aspherical element )
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=35mm (53mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
44.2°
F1.4
F16
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (22 steps)
Nomal :0.8m - Macro : 28cm - 2.0m
0.17x
65.0mm x 50.4mm
187g(excluding caps and hoods)
52mm
We continue talking.
Next I'm in my studio, photographing an actor.
I want this emotional feeling of intimacy
Aspherical
Lens
in my shots, again my X-series camera does the job.
I photograph a lot of portraits and like to be close
to the person I'm photographing;
close enough to reach out and touch them.
That's why I love my XF35mm F1.4R;
it's with me wherever I go.
I can get in really close and the sharpness
and detail it delivers are as beautiful as
the out-of-focus backgrounds. It’s pure love.
Knut Koivisto
The ultimate standard lens,
which introduced the optical power
of the X series
Offering a standard 53mm equivalent focal length and a
super-fast aperture of F1.4, this is the ideal first prime
lens for X series photographers. The lens's “All-element
feed” design banishes optical defects, achieving exceptional sharpness at the point of focus and gentle bokeh in
the background. Proving its true value across almost any
subject, at the maximum F1.4 aperture, perfectly clear
details are reproduced, with high-contrast results even in
low-light conditions, and even in close-up photography
perfor mance is not deg raded with aber rations
eliminated. Its high-perfomance and versatility make it
an essential acquisition for all X series owners.
Photographer_
Knut Koivisto / Sweden
One of Sweden's most distinguished
photographers, his work focuses strongly
on the subject, valuing a characterful and
humanistic approach that gives both simple
and sophisticated results. Widely lecturing
on photography he is also a leader in new
social media.
X-M1 : F1.4 1/1900sec. ISO400
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Single-focal Length Large Aperture Mid-range Telephoto Lens
NEW
XF56 mmF1.2 R
HT - EBC
Aspherical Lens
ED Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
11 elements in 8 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and 2 extra-low dispersion elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=56mm (85mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
28.5°
F1.2
F16
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (23 steps)
*1/2EV,from max.aperture to next step,only
Focus range
Normal: 0.7m Macro : 0.7m -3m
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Filter size
0.09 x
73.2mm x 69.7mm
62mm
Fast aperture,
medium-telephoto –
the perfect portrait lens
This lens's classic 85mm equivalent focal length and fast
F1.2 aperture produce wonderful portrait results and,
combined with X series cameras' excellent reproduction
of skin tones, it's the perfect fit for people pictures. The
F1.2 aperture achieves smooth and atmospheric bokeh,
and combined with its one aspherical and two ED
elements it provides richly detailed, high-resolution
images, even when shooting in low-light.
X-E2 : F1.4 1/180sec. ISO200
As a portrait photographer, the 85mm focal length plays a huge role in the images that I create.
When Fujifilm approached me with an opportunity to use their new XF56mmF1.2 R lens (85mm equivalent)
to say I was excited about the possibilities of this lens would be an understatement.
Photographer_
Needless to say, this lens did not disappoint. The focus of this lens is very fast, very accurate,
Nathan Elson / Canada
and when shot wide open F1.2 it is extremely sharp. To have an 85mm equivalent lens with such a large aperture yet
A photographer specializing in fashion, portrait and
commercial photographs. Saskatchewanian for the first
25 years of life, and has based on Calgary, AB for the
past 8. Husband to one, father of two. He loves anything
to do with the outdoors.
such a small footprint in terms of its physical size is incredible, and a very welcome addition to my camera bag.
Fujifilm has once again created a beautiful piece of hardware with the XF56mmF1.2 R.
Nathan Elson
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Single-focal Length Mid-range Telephoto Lens
XF60 mmF2.4 R Macro
HT - EBC
Aspherical Lens
ED Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
10 elements in 8 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and 1 extra-low dispersion elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=60mm (91mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
26.6°
F2.4
F22
9 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (20 steps)
Nomal :0.6m - Macro :26.7cm - 2.0m
0.5x
64.1mm x 63.6mm
215g (excluding caps and hoods)
39mm
Many photographers may choose to use this
Aspherical
Lens
as a portrait lens thanks to it focal length and
the excellent bokeh it delivers when used wide open
at F2.4. However, it's a shame to only use it like this
ED
Lens
as it's also great for shooting still-life objects.
Using the rear LCD to compose shots also reminds me
of shooting with a 4x5 camera of old.
Medium-telephoto macro lens
offers the highest level of detail
in the X series
Akira Kumagai
With a minimum focusing distance of 26.7cm and a
maximum magnif ication of 0.5x, this macro lens
combines aspherical and ED elements to prevent distortion and control color aberrations. Its 90mm equivalent
focal length allows you to shoot from a moderate
distance from the subject and from infinity to its closest
setting, it offers extremely high levels of detail–the
highest resolution of XF/XC lenses. Offering a
maximum aperture of F2.4 it creates beautiful bokeh and
can therefore also double up as a portrait lens.
Photographer_
Akira Kumagai / Japan
Specializing in product photography, he was
born in Shimane Prefecture, Japan, and
graduated from the Faculty of Law, Sophia
University. After moving to Europe he
studied at the University College of Arts,
Crafts and Design in Sweden, before
returning to Japan as a freelance photographer. He also lectures in Japan and overseas,
as well writing columns for magazines.
X-Pro1 : F9 1/4sec. ISO200
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Ultra Wide Angle Zoom Lens
Photographer_
NEW
XF10-24 mmF4 R OIS
HT - EBC
Aspherical Lens
ED Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
Lens configuration
14 elements in 10 groups
(includes 4 aspherical and 4 extra-low dispersion elements)
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
f=10-24mm (15-36mm)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Filter size
Norifumi Inagaki / Japan
If you think that distortion is part and parcel of shooting with a wide-angle lens, then think again.
Born in Tokyo in 1970, Norifumi Inagaki
worked part-time in a newspaper photo
publishing department before becoming a
freelance photographer. Beginning with
China's Silk Road, he has visited over 50
countries and regions, including Antarctica.
His publications include a collection of
photos, Tairiku Rõnin (Wanderer of the
Continents), and the photo essay Tabi,
Tokidoki Leica (Travel, and Sometimes
Leica). He is a member of Professional
Photography Organizations in Japan.
The XF10-24mm removes distortion to the point at which you'd never tell a picture was shot with a 10mm (15mm) super-wide lens.
And the good news doesn't stop there: the detail produced is incredible, from corner to corner. In my shot you'll see it:
the wake of the motor boat is as crisp and clear as stained glass; the sharpness of the seagull and the colors leap out as if
the images were in 3D. When I look at it, it feels just as though I was still there. This lens is fast, too.
Its wide, F4 aperture helps enormously in low-light shooting, and you can use it handheld with no worries about sharpness thanks
to the built-in image stabilization. Minimum focusing at 24cm helps create photos with amazing texture and depth,
and the bokeh is gentle and smooth. It's a great achievement–a perfect lens for everything from landscapes to snapshots.
Norifumi Inagaki
110°-61.2°
F4
F22
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (16 steps)
Normal: 0.5m Macro : 24cm 0.16x (Telephoto)
78mm x 87mm(Wide)/ 87mm(Telephoto)
72mm
Aspherical
Lens
ED
Lens
Shoot everything from
dymanic wide-angle to snaps
with this versatile zoom
Providing a maximum horizontal field of view of 100º,
this lens covers a 15-36mm equivalent focal length
range, allowing you to capture anything from grand,
sweeping landscapes to dramatic architecture with ease.
It also has the highest magnification of any dedicated
APS-C wide-angle zoom lens meaning that you can
quickly switch to the long end and use it as a standard
lens for portraits and snap shots.
X-E2 : 10mm F8 1/350sec. ISO200
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Standard Zoom Lens
XF18-55 mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS
HT-EBC
Aspherical Lens
ED Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
LM
14 elements in 10 groups
(includes 3 aspherical and 1 extra-low dispersion elements)
Lens configuration
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
f=18-55mm (27-84mm)
76.5°-29.0°
F2.8-F4.0
F22
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (19 steps)
Normal:0.6m - (whole zoom position)
Macro: [Wide] 30cm - 10m [Telephoto] 40cm - 10m
0.15x (Telephoto)
65.0mm x 70.4mm(Wide) / 97.9mm(Telephoto)
310g (excluding caps and hoods)
58mm
Photographer_
Afton Almaraz / USA
Living in New York and working as a member
of Getty Images, his experience includes
being the personal photographer for Arnold
Schwarzenegger, participating in the Eddie
Adams Workshop, and working at the New
York newsroom for AOL. His images have
been published in many prominent magazines
such as TIME, Newsweek and Rolling Stone.
The XF18-55mm is second to none. The lens is beautifully designed and optically excellent at sharpness,
falloff, distortion and bokeh. It can handle a variety of demanding conditions thanks to its metal construction,
silent AF and the optical image stabilizer. It's compact enough to be used for low profile street photography
and delivers sharp, accurate colors throughout the zoom range and aperture settings
for great portraits and travel images. A brilliant performer that delivers
the professional results I demand and need.
Afton Almaraz
Aspherical
Lens
ED
Lens
Highly versatile standard zoom with
image quality close to prime lenses
The perfect lens for almost any subject, its 27-84mm
equivalent focal range covers photographers' most
frequently used settings, meaning you can shoot highquality snap shots, portraits and landscapes without
swapping lenses. Despite its bright F2.8-4 aperture
range, the lens is extremely light and compact, making it
a great partner for smaller X series bodies and its highspeed and quiet AF with “linear motor” allows focusing
performance that's close to single focal length lenses.
High-performance image stabilization technology
allows you to shoot anytime and anywhere, and with
least distortion at the wide-angle setting and excellent
sharpness at the telephoto end it's a uniquely versatile
option for X series photographers.
X-Pro1 : 18mm F11 1/450sec. ISO800
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TELE-PHOTO Zoom Lens
XF55-200 mmF3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
Aspherical Lens
HT-EBC
ED Lens
1/3 EV Step Ring
LM
14 elements in 10 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and 2 extra-low dispersion elements)
Lens configuration
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
f=55-200mm (84-305mm)
29.0°-8.1°
F3.5-F4.8
F22
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (17 steps)
Normal:1.1m Macro: 1.1m - 3m
0.18x (Telephoto)
75mm x 118mm(Wide) / 177mm(Telephoto)
580g (excluding caps and hoods)
62mm
Photographer_
Using telephoto lens, you can catch the most brilliant scene of the nature.
Xue Dong / China
Especially with FUJIFILM XF 55-200, you could have perfect feeling about this.
Devoting himself to photography for the
last 8 years, he captures the beauty of
nature, believing that photos have the
power to calm or excite, and always offer
a unique perspective on the subject.
The lens is optically excellent and features an excellent image stabilization function for sharp results.
What makes me excited is that I could record the charming second at sunrise or sunset with high AF speed.
This picture was taken at Hulunbuir Grassland.
Xue Dong
Super
ED Lens
ED Lens
Aspherical
Lens
4.5-step image stabilization and
high-speed AF with superb image quality
across the entire zoom range.
Offering sharp, detailed pictures across its complete
zoom, this lens provides an 84-305mm equivalent focal
range, making it the ideal companion for sports, action
and wildlife assignments. The use of a “super ED”
element, comparable to fluoric lenses thoroughly removes
color distortions, while high-resolution is achieved
throughout the the F3.5-4.8 aperture range. Thanks to its
HT-EBC coatings, high-contrast pictures are achieved,
even in back-lit situations. Image stabilization allows
sharp results at shutter speeds up to 4.5 stops slower then
usual, so you can shoot handheld with confidence and
the lens's “linear motor” provides high-speed autofocus.
X-Pro1 : 82mm F5.6 1/160sec. ISO400
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Standard Zoom Lens
X-M1 : 16mm F5.6 1.6sec. ISO500
X-A1 : 230mm F6.7 1/400sec. ISO500
Photographer_
Photographer_
Toshiya Ogawa / Japan
Shinichi Hanawa / Japan
Hailing from Tokyo, after working as an
automobile mechanic and movie stunt car
driver, he became a freelance photographer.
Specializing in landscapes, nature and classic
car photography he also writes lens and
camera reviews for various photo magazines
and makes it his lifetime's work to hold
exhibitions in hospitals and retirement homes.
Photographer from Tokyo with main focus on
portrait photography. Hanawa contributes
photos and articles to photography magazines,
and takes feature photos for general weekly
magazines as well as portraits of actors,
celebrities and politicians. Overseas portrait
photos and street snapshots are also among
areas of his interest. He has organized
numerous photo exhibitions. A member of
Professional Photography Organizations in Japan.
XC16-50 mmF3.5-5.6 OIS
XC50-230 mm F4.5-6.7 OIS
HT-EBC
Aspherical Lens
Lens configuration
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
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TELE-PHOTO Zoom Lens
ED Lens
12 elements in 10 groups
(includes 3 aspherical and 1 extra-low dispersion elements)
f=16-50mm (24-76mm)
83.2°-31.7°
F3.5-F5.6
F22
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (17 steps)
Normal:0.6m - (whole zoom position)
Macro: [Wide] 30cm - 10m [Telephoto] 40cm - 10m
0.15x (Telephoto)
62.6mm x 65.2mm(Wide) / 98.3mm(Telephoto)
195g (excluding caps and hoods)
58mm
Aspherical
Lens
ED
Lens
Affordable zoom lens
with image quality
close to professional models
Offering everything from simple indoor
shooting to capturing grand landscapes in
the wild, this standard zoom lens covers an
equivalent focal range of 24-76mm in 35mm
terms. Boasting a construction and quality
that belies its affordable price, it's composed
of three aspherical elements and one ED lens
which together offer image detail that's close
to the professional 18-55mm model. Recommended for beginners and as an excellent
back-up lens.
HT-EBC
Aspherical Lens
Lens configuration
Focal length
(35mm format equivalent)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control Number of blades
Stop size
Focus range
Max. magnification
External dimensions
Weight
Filter size
ED Lens
13 elements in 10 groups
(includes 1 aspherical and 1 extra-low dispersion elements)
f=50-230mm (76-350mm)
31.7°-7.1°
F4.5-F6.7
F22
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
1/3EV (15 steps)
Normal : 1.1m Macro : 1.1cm - 3m
0.2x (Telephoto)
69.5mm x 111mm(Wide) / 177mm(Telephoto)
375g (excluding caps and hoods)
58mm
Aspherical
Lens
ED
Lens
First-class optical performance
and image stabilization
combine in this powerful and
adaptable zoom.
Providing a truly versatile 35mm equivalent
focal range of 76-345mm, this compact and
lightweight telephoto zoom delivers in all
areas. High optical performance and image
stabilization allow distant subjects to be
captured with maximum clarity, while a
stepping motor allows smooth and accurate
auto focus. The 4.6x zoom includes one
aspherical and one ED lens element which
keep images sharp even when shooting in
minimal light.
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ZEISS Autofocus lenses for X-mount
Lens Road MAP
Since, 1890, innovative, leading edge ZEISS technology has inspired
photographers around the globe.
High-quality XF/XC lenses produce the best image quality and
combined with enhanced X Series bodies, it offers new possibilities.
World?class precision, exceptional image quality and high?grade workmanship
come together perfectly in the new ZEISS Touit lenses for the Fuji X mount system.
By employing Fujinon lens design technologies accumulated over
lenses, including a super-telephoto are scheduled and Fujifilm's
years of development, XF/XC lenses enjoy the best image quality.
high image quality is being recognised by more and more profes-
To continue this trend, and offer shooting in more environements
sional photographers, keen to expand their range of expression.
Compact and lightweight while being robust and durable at the same time,
these new ZEISS Touit lenses also offer reliable autofocus, making them the ideal
companion for travel photography.
and styles, further models will be added to the lineup. Four zoom
[ X Mount Lens ] FUJINON XF/XC LENS Series ZEISS Autofocus Lenses
2012
2013
2014
2015
XF60mmF2.4 R Macro
f=60mm(91mm)
XF56mmF1.2 R
f=56mm(85mm)
XF35mmF1.4 R
f=35mm(53mm)
Touit 2.8/12 ( Distagon design, T* coating )
Single
Focal
Length
XF27mmF2.8
f=27mm(41mm)
XF23mmF1.4 R
f=23mm(35mm)
XF18mmF2 R
f=18mm(27mm)
HIGH SPEED WIDE ANGLE LENS
XF14mmF2.8 R
f=14mm(21mm)
Touit 1.8/32 ( Planar design, T* coating )
XF50-140mmF2.8 R OIS WR
XF16-55mmF2.8 R OIS WR
XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
f=10-24mm(15-36mm)
SUPER TELEPHOTO ZOOM LENS
Zoom
XF55-200mmF3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
f=55-200mm(84-305mm)
XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS
f=18-55mm(27-84mm)
Touit 2.8/50M
XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R OIS WR
( Makro-Planar design, T* coating )
XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS
f=50-230mm(76-350mm)
XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS
f=16-50mm(24-76mm)
Find more in f o r m a t i on a b o u t t h e s e l e n s e s a t
http:/ / w ww. z e i ss.co.jp/
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Zeiss
Touit
Lens
Touit 1.8/32
Touit 2.8/50M
Touit 2.8/12
Focal length (35mm format equiv.) The roadmap is as of January 28th, 2014. Specifications are subject to change.
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Optical Technolog y
Aspherical Lens
Tough HT-EBC, ED lenses, compact design...
Every lens is the distillation of original Fujinon optical technology
HT-EBC (High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating)
Aspherical Lens
Aspherical lens elements contribute to high image quality by
effectively eliminating or correcting various types of aberrations
including distortions and spherical aberrations. Also a single
aspherical lens element can do the job of multiple spherical lenses,
reducing the number of lens elements and enabling a more
compact lens design. Delivering a higher dimension of brightness,
image quality and operability, XF lenses
effectively incorporate the aspherical
lens. In addition, the aspherical lens in
the XF lens is a glass type produced
with a high-precision metal mold. Also
because it is a glass aspherical lens,
high temperature vapor deposition
processing can be used. This e n a b l e s
the application of high-performance
coating such as HT-EBC to produce
lenses that are resistant to flaring and
ghosting.
Extra Low Dispersion (ED) Lens
Technology to capture every ray of light !
Aspherical Lens image
Spherical lens
Metal mold for producing the aspherical lens
Aspherical lens
All-Lens-Group (ALG) Focusing
Normal lens
ED lens
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reflectance (%)
6.5%
6.0%
1.0%
0.2%
0.0%
400nm
450
500
550
600
650
700nm
wavelength (nm)
Non-coat
Conventional
coating
HT-EBC
Focusing ALG
Adoption of the ALG focusing approach of moving all lens groups
together minimizes aberrations and fluctuations due to the focus
position and maximizes lens performance across the focus drive
range. Because there is no change in the relative position of the
lens groups during focusing, the in-focus plane is sharp and the
description of the out-of-focus plane does not change, which
means no degradation of the bokeh
effect due to the focus distance. This
lens design approach requires
moving many lens groups and
consequently a powerful driving
mechanism. XF lenses adopt a high
-torque DC coreless motor for
exceptionally responsive performance.
XF35mmF1.4 R
All-Lens-Group (ALG) Focusing (CG illustration)
Axial
chromatic
Aberration
> Wide
Axial
chromatic
Aberration
> Narrow
Inner Focusing
Because the weight of the elements within a lens affects auto
focus speed, it makes sense for them to be as light as possible. In
the zoom lenses, XF23mmF1.4 R, and XF56mmF1.2 R an internal
T-EBC (High Transmittance Electron Beam Coating) is the
multi-layer coating technology developed to enhance the many
high-performance lens elements used in broadcast lenses. Lenses with
HT-EBC boast a high transmittance (99.8%) and low reflectivity
(0.2%) over a broad wavelength band and deliver uniform
performance that extends to light in the visible spectrum. This high
transmittance rate enables the transmission of reds, blues and other
light that dramatically influence photographic expression to the
sensor surface. Thanks to the excellent applicability of the process,
the entire lens surface can be treated with highly durable HT-EBC, realizing
high edge-to-edgetransmittance. XF
lenses treated with HT-EBC are also
highly resistant to ghosting and lens
flares caused by stray light. For the
photographer, this advanced coating
technology means more freedom in
selecting angles and composing the shot.
Transmittance Rate Comparison
ED Lens
In the case of conventional optical glass lenses, the longer the
focal length, the more difficult correction of chromatic aberration
becomes. Color fringing results from light rays of different
wavelengths focusing at different points. The solution is extra low
dispersion glass which has different dispersion characteristics
from conventional optical glass. It can correct various aberrations,
produce color fringing-free quality from edge to edge, and achieve
sharp high-contrast descriptive performance. ED glass lenses have
superb characteristics, but their
manufacture is extremely difficult, and
the larger the diameter of the lens, the
higher the precision of processing
(polishing) technology that is demanded.
The same advanced polishing technology
that produces the ultra large-scale ED
glass lens elements used in acclaimed
Fujinon broadcast lenses is also used to
create the premium XF lens.
HT-EBC
focusing method is used for high-speed auto focus, moving the
relatively small and light-weight lens elements installed from the
center to the back of the lens, to bring the subject rapidly into focus.
Making Sense of lens names
To tell what a lens does and how it will help your
photography, just look at the letters and numbers in its
name. They have the following meanings:
. Lens series (XF or XC) / . Focal Length / . Maximum
aperture of the lens / . Presence of an aperture ring / .
Refers to "Linear Motor" / . Indicates the use of an "Optical
Image Stabilizer"/ . Indicates the Capability for Macro
photography / . Indicates Weather Resistance ability
XF 55-200 mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro
XF18-135 mm F3.5-5.6 R OIS WR
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Control Technolog y
Camera shake revision
High-speed linear motor-driven focusing, beautiful circular aperture, precision mount...
All for your effortless operation.
Blur
To keep images sharp at slower shutter speeds, or when using long lenses,
image stabilization is applied. This uses a high-precision gyro sensor,
offering 8,000 blur detections per second and location feedback control
of the optical system at 16,000 times per second. The low-frequency
range of vibrations, which could not be detected before, can now be
accurately compensated by analyzing the output signal of the gyro sensor
with Fujifilm’s proprietary algorithm. This provides sufficient operational range to achieve excellent image stabilization effects all the way to
the low shutter speeds. For the 55-200mm zoom lens, which typically
requires greater compensation than shorter focal lengths, image stabilization is offered at up to 4.5 steps.
LM ( Linear Motor )
Precision response to capture your vision !
A:High-frequency wave B:Low-frequency wave
1/3-Step Aperture Ring
1/3 EV Step Ring
For photographers who are particular about even the slightest difference
in exposure and depth of the field, XF lenses let you adjust the aperture
in steps of 1/3 EV. These tiny increments on a relatively small diameter
lens mean that the rotation angle for each step is very small;
consequently, there is a need for clear tactile confirmation of how much
the aperture is adjusted as the user rotates the ring. XF lenses adopt a
rotation angle of 4 degrees per 1/3 stop. Each full stop also gives a
stronger clicking sensation than that of 1/3 stops, so that you can feel
how much the aperture is adjusted while keeping your eye on the
viewfinder.Also in the case of the zoom lens with anaperture ring that
operates any focal distance setting, the enhancement of the
clicksensation and the setting of a slightly larger rotation angle of 6
degrees per1/3 stop lets you shift from maximum to minimum aperture in
one simple action.
A
B
Time
“Depth-of Field”Scales
LM
AF/MF Switch Mechanism with Distance Index
The Linear Motor technology, which directly moves lens elements in the
non-contact state, enables silent operation and excellent response.
XF18-55mmF2.8-4R LM OIS and XF55-200mmF3.5-4.8R LM OIS
incorporates the Linear Motor technology into the focusing unit and
image stabilization unit to achieve high-speed and high-precision
focusing as well as advanced image stabilization.With excellent energy
efficiency, the technology demonstrates its strong benefit in video recording
and other shooting conditions that involve constant lens movements.
The 14mmF2.8 R and 23mmF1.4 R
lenses are installed with an AF/MF
switch mechanism which allows
manual focus photography using the
lenses' “distance index” and “depth
-of-field” scales. It is switched from
auto focus to “distance index” manual
focus by moving the focus ring back and forth, and this is a great aid to
snap photography when visual measurement of focus is desired.
Stepping Motor
Improving autofocus, the stepping motor turns one step per pulse
allowing a high level of control, and because it directly drives the
focus lens without using a gear, it is silent and more suitable for
movie shooting. The simple structure also helps downsize the focus
unit. The AF drive system of the XF 10 - 2 4 m m F 4 R OIS, XC
16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS and XC 50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS lenses all
adopts the stepping motor.
Distance Index
Metal Lens Barrel & Exterior Finish
The XF lenses embody premium quality. The lens barrel and exterior
elements are made of high quality aluminum. Especially the finely
machined rings are individually milled from a solid metal block, and
every detail of every part is carefully finished to ensure comfort of
operation and consistently high quality. When mounted on the body, the
balance, appearance and even the way it feels when held for a shot are
designed to multiply the pleasure of photography.
Circular Aperture
The beautiful bokeh effect of the XF/XC lens is a reflection of Fujifilm’s
uncompromising attention to the shape and the manufacture of the
aperture diaphragm blades. The aperture consists of multiple diaphragm
blades, which usually have an identical radius (R, angle).
X-mount acquired its high optical design flexibility owing to its short
flange back distance and wide opening, thus achieving high resolution all
the way to the edge of the image. Moreover, X Mount features 10 contact
pins for communication of the unique optical profile of the mounted lens
and other data to the camera body and for electronic control of the lens.
Referencing these data, the camera body can perform optimum image
processing and produce images with enhanced resolution and an
improved S/N ratio.
Non-circular aperture
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Circular aperture
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X Accessories
M Mount Adapter
High precision design
The M Mount adapter lets you use an incredibly wide selection
of lenses with an X Mount-equipped camera body. Made from
the same high-grade metal material used in X Mount cameras
and the XF lens X Mount, the adapter is engineered to ensure a
high-precision fit. It also features electronic contacts for
communicating signals with the camera body and a function
button that lets users smoothly choose settings and functions
for the mounted lens (Shoot Without Lens, focal length
settings, various image corrections, etc.) *1 Also in the case of
the X-Pro1, the bright frame in the Optical Viewfinder mode
changes according to the lens focal length setting for easy
shooting.*2
The camera body is ready with four preset focal lengths (21mm,
24mm, 28mm and 35mm) and can remember two additional
focal lengths. For each of the six focal lengths, you can define
three image correction settings (distortion, peripheral
illumination and color shading).
Signal contacts and
a new Function Button on
M-mount Adapter streamline shooting.
"Shoot Without Lens" mode is activated automatically when the
camera body recognizes the signal contacts of the Mount
Adapter. No need to navigate through menu screens to change
this setting. Just mount the lens and you are ready to shoot.
When you change lenses and need to add a new lens profile or
enter settings, just press the Function Button to bring up the
Mount Adapter Setting mode. The M-Mount Adapter
streamlines lens change operation so you can concentrate on
taking great photos.
The ultimate protector filter with a surface reflection rate under
0.3% which is one of the lowest in the world. Because UV rays
are filtered out by the sensor in the camera body, the X series
protector filter is perfectly clear and exclusively designed to
protect the lens fromm dust, bumps and scratches. The same
multilayer Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) used on the
surface of XF lenses is also applied to the inner face of the filter
to thoroughly control ghosting and flares.
*3 Distance from the mount surface to the sensor.
Mount Adapter Settings for
registration of up to 6 lens profiles
*1 X-Pro1 requires firmware version 1.11 or higher.
*2 The bright frame may not be displayed for lenses with certain focal lengths.
Protector Filter
M Mount-compatible lenses demand a flange back distance of
27.8mm*3. The Mount Adapter is precision designed and
manufacture to meet this requirement with an extremely high
degree of planarity.Each component of the adapter’s three-part
structure is made with the optimum materials for its role. The
surface material in contact with M Mount-compatible lenses
features the same high quality stainless steel finish used on the
X Mount camera body, while the surface in contact with the
camera body uses aluminum parts similar to those in XF lenses.
The middle section is also made of aluminum for an all-metal
construction that gives the adapter a high level of rigidity and
durability.
Because UV rays are filtered out bythe sensor in the camera body,
the X series protector filter is perfectly clear and exclusively
designed to protect the lens f romm dust, bumps and scratches.
Signal
Contacts
Function
Button
Premium "made in Japan" quality
with precision machining accuracy.
spectral reflectance
reflectance (%)
The ultimate protector filter with a surface reflection rate
under 0.3% - one of the lowest in the world.
XF14mm
F2.8 R
wavelength (nm)
Protector
Filter
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XF18mm
F2 R
XF23mm
F1.4 R
XF27mm
F2.8
XF35mm
F1.4 R
XF56mm
F1.2 R
XF60mm
F2.4 R Macro
XF10-24mm
F4 R OIS
XF18-55mm
F2.8-4 R LM OIS
XF55-200mm
F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
XC16-50mm
F3.5-5.6 OIS
XC50-230mm
F4.5-6.7 OIS
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P.6-7
Olivier Polet / Belgium
P.14-15
Knut Koivisto / Sweden
P.22-23
Afton Almaraz / USA
Visit these links to learn
what the professionals are saying about
X mount lenses and X accessories and
see some of the beautiful results!
P. 8 - 9
James Gao / China
P. 1 6 - 1 7
Nathan Elson / Canada
P. 2 4 - 2 5
Xue Dong / China
P. 1 0 - 1 1
P. 1 2 - 1 3
Kevin Mullins / UK
P. 1 8 - 1 9
Massimiliano Angeloni / Italy
P. 2 0 - 2 1
Akira Kumagai / Japan
P. 2 6
Norifumi Inagaki / Japan
P. 2 7
Toshiya Ogawa / Japan
Shinichi Hanawa / Japan
XF LENS
X-Accessories
http://fujifilm-x.com/xf-lens/
http://fujifilm-x.com/accessories/
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, please visit our website:
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/accessories/
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