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Fujifilm FUJINON XF60mm Lens suitable for X-Pro1, X-E1 and X-T1

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  • The XF Macro 60mm is a versatile Lens (135 equivalent to 91mm) is perfect for a wide range of applications from portraits to 0.5x magnification macros
  • All glass aspherical lens polished to perfection and treated with Super EBC coating
  • High quality metal barrel and precision machined 1/3 step (20 stops) aperture ring
  • 26.7cm back focus
  • F2.4 Maximum aperture
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 180.3 x 162.6 x 10.7 cm ; 213 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 662 g
  • Batteries Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Item model number: X-Pro1 60mm F2.4 Macro Lens
  • ASIN: B006ZSNU4O
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 56,381 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Fujifilm's unique XF range of lenses

Fujifilm's X Mount has been designed uniquely to communicate with the lens as soon as it's attached
Fujifilm's X Mount has been designed uniquely to communicate with the lens as soon as it's attached
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Designed for instant communication with lens once attached
Designed for instant communication with lens once attached
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Designed especially for the X-Pro1 and X-E1, the FUJINON XF Lens series promises enhanced resolution and light volume in image edge areas as well as reduced chromatic aberration for exceptional image quality. Featuring an all-glass aspherical lens and other elements, the lens is polished to perfection and treated with a Super EBC coating. Holding the high-quality metal barrel and operating the precision-machined 1/3-step aperture ring is a sensation that fires the desire to capture every scene. For photographers who seek the peak of photographic excellence, FUJIFILM raises the curtain on a new era of interchangeable lenses and unveils a premium lineup of 3 single-focal length lenses.

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Providing all round versatility, the XF Macro 60mm lens (135 equivalent: 91mm) is perfect for a wide range of applications from portraits to 0.5x magnification macros. Featuring an all-glass aspherical lens and other elements, the lens is polished to perfection and treated with Super EBC coating while the high-quality metal barrel and precision-machined 1/3-step aperture ring gives versatile control. An excellent out-of-focus bokeh can be achieved thanks to the design of the moulded aperture diaphragm blades. The blades are curved to create a circular image at all aperture settings, while the very edges of each blade are meticulously rounded off rather than simply cut off, which delivers a sharper image. Specifically designed to maximise the mirrorless design of the body the X Mount has a short flange back distance of just 17.7mm giving high resolution right across the image.

Box Contains

XF-60mm F2.4 R Mcro Lens
Precision milled Metal Lens Hood

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Al Downie on 11 Jan. 2014
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I've owned Canon and Nikon's best quality lenses in the past (worked as a professional photographer for 10 years, and a further 20 years as an enthusiast after I switched careers), and can confidently say that this is the sharpest lens I've ever used! I'm amazed, to be honest. It's small and light, it focusses reliably and accurately even indoors in dim tungsten light (camera and lens firmware: Jan 2014), albeit slowly if Macro is enabled, but that's understandable when you consider the range it has to seek through - not a problem for me at all! I've only owned it for about a week and haven't had a chance to do more than test shots, but I'm absolutely delighted and can't wait to get out and about with it.

The 56mm f1.2 is a brand new and much anticipated alternative, and I thought long and hard about waiting and saving for that instead. But the 56mm costs almost three times as much, is larger and heavier, more difficult to use (at wide open), not nearly as versatile, not as sharp (according to MTF charts, but now that I've seen the results from the 60mm I expect it to be true!). I was worried about the reports of 'rubbish focussing', but I'm glad I took a chance and bought the 60mm. The focussing is fine, and I'm completely sure I made the right choice. If I could give this lens 6 stars I would!

FOOTNOTE (11 Feb 2015): Nature took its course shortly after I'd written the review above, and my baby son became a very mobile toddler! And I found that, for moving subjects, Fuji's AF system is not really good enough to keep up, and the 60mm above, as much as I love it, is probably the slowest performer of all Fuji lenses.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By DB on 5 Jun. 2013
Very happy with this lens, sharper than my nikon 105mm af-d lens on my d700, great for portraits

Pros
Very sharp (was quite surprised just how sharp, one of the sharpest lens i have)
Very Light
Nice quality Bokeh
Solid
f2.4 So pretty fast
Lovely metal lens hood

Neither pro nor con
Price ok for what you get (unlike several fujinon lens esp. 18mm imho)

Cons
AF sometimes hunts
only 1:2 macro magnification
slightly worse CA in strong light conditions than modern nikon lens
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Parka HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 21 Jun. 2012
+ Solid construction
+ 215g, light to moderate weight
+ 39mm filter thread
+ Huge lens hood included. About the size of the lens itself
+ Convenient external aperture ring
+ Manual focus ring well damp
+ Sharp wide open, quality comparable to 35mm lens or better
+ Stellar image quality, colours
+ Beautiful bokeh
+ No visible vignetting
+ OVF frameline box covers 100%, but box is smaller, like 20% of the whole viewfinder.
+ Non-macro AF speed is near that of 18mm and 35mm lens
- Macro AF speed is much slower.
- Lens cap difficult to pinch. Doesn't seem tight even when fixed on
- Slight chromatic aberration (purple fringing) at wide open
- Not internal zoom.
- Noisy zooming mechanism, not good for video
- Minimum focus distance of 26cm
- Macro magnification of 0.5x
- Have to use EVF when shooting at minimum focus distance. OVF will not focus.
- High tendency for background focus when using OVF mode
- OVF parallax adjustment is drastic for close subjects. Use EVF
- AF Point selection box is bigger than frameline box

There's a higher tendency for this lens to hunt for focus, especially so for close subjects. Without the macro mode engaged, it's difficult to grab focus near the minimum focus distance of 26cm.

Background focus is an issue with OVF mode. The frameline box seems to be only around 20% of the viewfinder. And the focus box is larger. That could be the cause of background focus. You have to shoot EVF to do away with background focus.

One major issue I have with this lens is the AF point selection box. The AF point selection box is much larger than the frameline box.
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By Mr. Mj Franklin on 16 Feb. 2015
The autofocus is incredibly slow and often hunts. This is consistent with previous reviews, however, I didn't quite realise how much of an issue it would be. Probably fine of shorting still objects, but for me - that rarely is the case. I previously used the Canon EFS 60mm true macro lens, which is far superior in all respects. So very disappointed. I ended up selling it and purchasing the 35mm 1.4 with extensions tubes. The 35 is a supreme lens. I should point out that once you obtain focus - the images are sharp and quite lovely, however the process is quite frustrating. Also, no real time manual focus, which again can be tricky when shooting macro. Remember, this is not a true macro lens - but I imagine that's most people primary reason for purchase.
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