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Fujifilm XF-56 mm f1.2 Lens - Black
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- Fujinon XF56 mm features a fast maximum aperture of f/1.2
- Focal length of 85 mm
- The XF56 mm F1.2 R combines an inner focus mechanism and a DC coreless motor for rapid autofocusing speeds
- Durable, metal construction - including the aperture and focusing rings to ensure a high quality feel
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Style: F1.2 Lens
The FUJINON XF56mm F1.2 R lenses the latest addition to the line up of professional-grade lenses for X-series interchangeable-lens cameras. Featuring a fast maximum aperture of f/1.2, a focal length of 85mm (*1), this lens delivers beautiful bokeh, making it particularly suitable for high quality portraits.
Less than half the size of an equivalent lens on a full-frame camera (*2) the XF56mm offers fast, quiet autofocusing that ensures stress-free shooting for both the photographer and the model.
It also delivers incredible resolving power for high quality results that are enhanced by the unique skin tone reproduction technology found in Fujifilm’s X-mount cameras. Using the XF56mm and selecting one of two PRO Negative modes from the Film Simulation menu on the camera body will ensure users can capture beautiful portraits with rich tonal gradations reminiscent of images from film cameras.
Like all other lenses in the XF line up, the XF56mm F1.2 R is designed with impressive attention to detail. It has a design that sits comfortably in the hand and exterior features including a metal aperture ring for a premium quality feel.
Advanced optical design for professional portraits
The lens’ new optical design featuring 11 elements in 8 groups delivers impressive results. The design includes two ED (extra low-dispersion) elements and one double-sided aspherical element, plus four elements with a convex surface facing the subject, which combine to reduce spherical and chromatic aberrations. They also ensure the best possible image resolution, even when the lens is at its widest aperture of f/1.2.
Image quality is further enhanced by Fujifilm’s proprietary HT-EBC coating that’s used on all lens surfaces to reduce ghosting and flare, while the seven-blade rounded diaphragm produces the creamy smooth out-of-focus bokeh effect that’s become synonymous with XF series lenses.
Attach the XF56mm F1.2 lens to a body that supports the Lens Modulation Optimiser (*3) and picture quality leaps even higher thanks to the automatic correction of diffraction when shooting at smaller apertures.
Fast autofocus, silent operation
The XF56mm F1.2 R combines an inner focus mechanism (*4) and a DC cordless motor for rapid autofocusing speeds, which are boosted further when used with a X-series camera body that supports phase detection AF.
The structure and positioning of the focusing unit reduces sound and vibration for silent operation and with no lens barrel movement during focusing, the structure effectively prevents dust particles from getting into the lens and degrading picture quality.
Premium build quality
In keeping with the XF lens legacy, the 56mm F1.2 R features a durable, metal construction - including the aperture and focusing rings - to ensure a high quality feel.
The aperture ring is designed to ensure it’s easy to detect ‘clicks’ between f-stops, while the focusing ring is both comfortable in use and has the perfect amount of torque so it’s simple to focus precisely.
*1 35mm format equivalent
*2 According to Fujifilm data
*3 Fujifilm X-E2 as of January 2014
*4 A mechanism that moves small elements in the middle or at the rear of the lens, while keeping the large, front elements stationary
Fujinon XF56mmF1.2R Specification Chart
- Type - XF56mmF1.2 R
- Lens configurations - 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
- Aperture control
- Number of blades - 7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
- Step size - 1/3 EV (23 steps) *1/2 EV from max. aperture to next step, only.
- Focus range - Normal: 0.7ｍ～∞ Macro: 0.7ｍ～3m
- Max. magnification - 0.09 x
- External dimensions: Diameter x Length* (approx.) - φ73.2mm x 69.7mm
*disatance from camera lens mount flange
- Weight (approx.) - (TBD)
(excluding caos and hoods)
- Filter size - φ62mm
Copyright 2014 Fujifilm UK Ltd. Specifications are subject to change.
Fujifilm FUJINON XF56mm Lens
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Top Customer Reviews
The maximum aperture of f1.2 means results in a lens that can practically see in dark.
I would recommend to anybody interested in Street or Portrait Photography.
Amazingly bright, nice bokeh which really does give a nice 3D effect at f1.2. I have never obtained such results with any other camera set up. I use this on an Xt1.
I know the apd is coming out soon which will complement this, but I really feel that this 56mm is a work of art in itself.
It's a pleasure to use and I am only now starting to understand why this has such a hefty price tag. I highly recommend to get this earlier rather than later to avoid missing special moments. Actually, the family pictures I have taken are worth far more than then lens (like data on a solid hard drive).
I also have the 18-55mm and the 55-200mm.
Not really a fuji fan, but I really the image quality and the ease of use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is GREAT lens to say the least. Everything - build quality, speed, sharpness etc. - is MOST EXCELLENT. Read morePublished 7 months ago by oldy99
I own the 60mm f2.4 macro and borrowed this 56mm f1.2 (non-APD) from a friend for an afternoon. Now the AF on my 60mm is the worst of any Fuji lens, and by a considerable margin -... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Tarx
one top lens dont waste money on others save up get this onePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer