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Fujifilm XF-27mm f2.8 (Black)
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- The lens has a fixed focal length of 27mm (41mm in 35mm format equivalent)
- Weighing 78g and measuring 23mm in length, this is one of the smallest and lightest single focal length lenses available for APS-sensor mirrorless cameras
- The advanced optical design is coupled with FUJINON's proprietary HT-EBC Coating that brings a large amount of light onto the camera sensor, thus achieving outstanding sharp and clear images.
- The lens incorporates an autofocus design that uses a high-torque coreless DC motor to shift all of the front lens elements (5 elements in 4 groups) to achieve a fast AF speed
- XF 27mm F2.8 Black Lens cap FLCP-46 Lens rear cap RLCP-001 Lens hood Wrapping cloth
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|Item Dimensions||2.3 x 6.1 x 6.1 cm||6 x 6 x 4.59 cm||2.3 x 6.2 x 6.2 cm||6 x 6 x 5.19 cm||19 x 15 x 11 cm||7.3 x 7.3 x 7.3 cm|
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Colour Name: Black
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Clear, high fidelity descriptive performance in a compact, lightweight form make this lens a perfect partner for FUJIFILM X-M1. With a focal length of 41mm* and about the same angle of view of the human eye, this lens is not only a superb snapshot choice, but also performs well in a variety of scenes from portraits and landscapes to architectural shots. High-speed, high-precision AF is driven by a built-in high-torque DC coreless motor to capture fleeting moments in sharp focus. * 35mm format equivalent.
XF 27mm F2.8 Black Lens cap FLCP-46 Lens rear cap RLCP-001 Lens hood Wrapping cloth
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Fujinon XF high quality compact prime lens.
Clear, high fidelity descriptive performance in a compact, lightweight form make this lens a perfect partner for Fujifilm X-M1. With a focal length of 41mm*, about the same angle of view of the human eye, this lens is not only a superb snapshot choice, but also performs well in a variety of scenes from portraits and landscapes to architectural shots. High-speed, high-precision AF is driven by a built-in high-torque DC coreless motor to capture fleeting moments in sharp focus.
* 35mm format equivalent
- Type: XF27mmF2.8
- Lens configuration: Seven elements in five groups (includes 1 aspherical element)
- Focal length: f=27 mm
- 35 mm format equivalent: 41 mm
- Angle of view: 55.5°
- Max. aperture: F2.8
- Min. aperture: F16
- Aperture control
- Number of blades: 7(rounded diaphragm opening)
- Stop size: 1/3EV(16 stops)
- Focus range
- Normal: 0.6m - ∞
- Macro: 34cm - ∞
- Max. magnification: 0.1x
- External dimensions : Diameter x Length* (approx.): ø61.2 mm x 23 mm
- *distance from camera lens mount flange
- Weight* (approx.): 78 g
- *excluding caps and hoods
- Filter size: ø39 mm
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Before that I used a Fuji X100 but I sold it and upgraded to the X-E1 which came with the excellent Fuji 18-55mm kit lens.
However, I found I wasn't enjoying using the X-E1 anywhere near as much as the old X100 and this was due to the extra weight of the 18-55mm and the fact, using primes most of the time before, I just didn't like the experience of using a short zoom lens. It was always either at 18mm or 55mm (never anywhere in between) so was being used like a couple of primes anyway.... and that weighty 18-55mm made the X-E1 feel quite 'front heavy' especially when zoomed out.
The perfect solution is this 27mm f/2.8. I won't go into detail on the sharpness and speed of it - others have done that over and over - needless to say it is fine and on a par with the X100's lens (apart from the X100's f/2.0 aperture which was quite soft anyway).
What I will say is my XE-1 is now much more like my X100 now - handy, creative, well balanced (weight), light and fun to use once again.
An X-E1 with this lens is just like having a slightly more robust X100 with a slightly longer focal length (I like that) and the advantage of a built in flash which can be bounced (just hold it back once popped up) plus the ability to use other lenses in the future if needed.
Handling wise, many bemoan the lack of a aperture ring on the 27mm but quite honestly I prefer it this way. I don't use aperture rings on any of my company's DSLRs - rather the dial on back as most lenses now come without an aperture ring - and now this is how my X-E1 works too - perfect and familiar for me.
Don't get me wrong, I like the retro feel of the system but of all the 'old school' things, the aperture ring is the one thing I wasn't glad to see making a comeback - I've always found them awkward compared to thumb wheel on the camera. That's just me - you might disagree.
Finally I don't use my Fuji for videography, but if I did, this lens would NOT work very well. It makes a noise when it autofocuses and even when it is manually focused (which would be picked up my the camera's Mic) and it doesn't have have VR (vibration reduction or whatever Fuji call it) which would count against it for steady, hand held, videos.
However I'd recommend this lens 100% if you want to make your Fuji CSC very compact and X100ish and you're not bothered about video.
WARNING: don't buy this lens for video, the autofocus (and even the manual) is horrifically loud. you can't use the natural audio you used when filming because it's making noise almost constantly.
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