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Fujifilm XC50-230mm Lens X-T1 - Black

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  • The wide zoom range of the FUJINON XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS, starts at 76mm and goes to 350mm with consistently outstanding optical performance all the way through
  • Superb optical performance is ensured via optical image stabilization effectively minimizing blur when shooting at longer focal lengths or in low light
  • A reduced weight focusing lens combined with a high-precision stepping motor guarantees high-speed autofocusing and suppresses any noise from the zoom mechanism.

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 6.9 x 6.9 cm ; 376 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 662 g
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  • Item model number: 16405604
  • ASIN: B00F9X8PF0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Sept. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,308 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The wide zoom range of the FUJINON XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7OIS, starts at 76mm and goes to 350mm with consistently outstanding optical performance all the way through. The powerful 50-230mm lens will let you capture your subject at a distance with clarity.

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Fujifilm XC50-230mm Lens
Lens Hood
Lens Cloth
Information leaflet



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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Nigel on 12 April 2014
Expected nothing as this lens didn't cost me a penny, when I unpacked it I noticed how lightweight it was and the fact that it has a plastic mount. So it was just a cheap plasticky freebie lens, or so I thought! How terribly wrong I was!! Fuji film has obviously made the effort to put top quality optics in this lens and the results from it are staggering, even as a Nikon user of over 40 years, and the owner of many top marque lenses, I have to put this lens up amongst the very best. It is Insha at every setting I can put it out, there is only slight softness at maximum aperture in the extreme corners of the image stopping down by as little as one stop removes it. Now it may be that I was fortunate enough to get an exceptional version of this lens, and there maybe some "rogue" versions of this lens available in the marketplace, I hope that isn't the case, but from my experiences, for the price ( I didn't pay for mine remember ), this lens is hard to beat! It may be a combination of using it on the superb Fuji film XM 1 body with all the relevant technical wizardry that produces that almost indefinable Fuji colour, but that there is no doubt in my mind that this lens and Fujis' X-Trans sensor in combination will produce outstandingly colourful and sharp images. Photography has become a pleasure again because I now have a lightweight kit which means I do not have to traipse around with the DSLR which gives me backache after a couple of hours and yet I can produce images that are equal to or better than top mark DSLR cameras – thank you Fuji!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Hunter on 16 April 2014
Got this as part of the Fujifilm free lens promotion, but even if I had bought it, I would still have been impressed.

IQ is very good indeed for a low end lens. Far better than I had expected. Colour rendition is superb and distortion well controlled as far as I am concerned, but maybe the pixel peepers who have plenty of time on their hands to find faults, wont agree. If you look hard, you can find fault in any lens. Even a Zeiss or a Leica, but what's the point? Just get out there and take photos with the lens and enjoy them!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 30 July 2015
I got this in a kit bundle with the X-M1 when I bought one last year.
This is the more affordable version of the "XF 55-200mm" lens and as such has had a few downgrades firstly there is a plastic mount, and the lens speed drops to just F6.7 at the tele end and starts off at F4.5 at the 55mm mark.

The range is handy though it's equivalent to a 75-350mm on full frame
Build is good despite the plastics all round the body is quite well made, Fuji use a harder more robust plastic than many makers (it doesn't feel flimsy at all) As this is an XC lens there is no aperture control on the body you'll have to use the control dial on the camera not a huge issue for most users.

A few notes:
- Close focus magnification is 1:5 and around 1.2 metres
- You have 7 circular aperture blades
- Focus is "by wire" the focus ring drives the motor it's not mechanically linked (all of Fuji's lenses have this)
- Built in OIS is good for about 3 stops or so, possibly slightly more if you are good at hand holding
- Front element does not rotate on focus or zooming handy if you use filters

I found the lens to be pretty sharp across most of the range a bit of drop off above 200mm but still very usable if not quite the same "bite" as at shorter focal lengths. Distortion isn't a problem either (there is some corrected pincushion at the tele end) and fall off isn't an issue on this lens.

AF speeds were pretty good on the bodies I've used it on, but due to the slower aperture it's a bit leisurely in lower light and can hunt a bit. The loss of lens speed isn't a huge problem as the OIS mops up some of the light loss, but really dim conditions would benefit from a monopod.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dso on 14 April 2015
I would not have considered purchasing this lens but it arrived bundled as part of a Fuji camera purchase promotion.

It has the characteristic feel of a kit lens with plastic lens mount, but the build is solid enough for the asking price and certainly no worse than other similar offerings. The full-time stabilisation works well, which is good news considering the tight end of the zoom only manages F6.7 fully open. The current Fuji APS-C sensor works so well at higher ISO that the lens is at least usable in lower light. I find the optical quality exceptionally good for a lens of this range. Suffice to say the quality surpasses that of my Canon 70-300IS DSLR zoom. It is also very nearly equal to the Fuji XF55-200, just a little softer full open at the extremes of the (extended) zoom range. The, fairly quiet, AF system can be a little sluggish in use on my EX-1 body and deteriorates into low light hunting more obviously than my other XF lenses. Forget continuous AF mode - it can't cope at all. I also find the manual focus ring a little too coarse in use. The lightweight build does at least keep the weight down and the result is a really usable and portable lens. Full marks to Fuji for supplying a decent lens hoods as standard across the range.

At the price I would recommend it to anyone looking for a quality lightweight travel companion.
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