About the Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50mm f/2 R WR
Great photos anywhere, anytime
Great photos anywhere, anytime
This 50mm Fujinon lens is great for shooting in low-light situations. Its 76mm equivalent focal length is perfect for capturing expressive portraits and detail shots.
This lens's low-profile design won't draw attention to you, so it's perfect for taking candid shots at parties or other events. Metal construction gives it durability and a solid feel, plus it's weather-resistant so you can safely use it outdoors in all kinds of conditions. The lens's inner focus system and stepping motor combine to give you ultra-fast, whisper-quiet autofocus.
- 50mm f/2 prime lens
- compatible with Fujifilm X-mount mirrorless cameras
- 35mm equivalent focal length: 76mm
- dust- and moisture-resistant
- stepping motor for quick, quiet, precise focusing
- minimum focus distance: 15.3"
- minimum aperture: f/16
- lens construction: 9 elements in 7 groups
- 1 aspherical ED (extra-low dispersion) element for high-resolution rendering of texture and detail
- 9 rounded aperture blades for smooth background defocusing
- filter/attachment size: 46mm
- includes lens hood, front and rear lens caps, and wrapping cloth
- lens is 2-3/8" in diameter and 2-3/8" long
- weight: 7.05 oz.
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 16536611
What's in the box:
- Fujinon XF50mm F2 R WR lens
- 46mm Lens cap (installed)
- Rear lens cap (installed)
- Lens hood
- Cloth pouch
- Owner's Manual
- Fujifilm Worldwide Network
Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50mm f/2 R WR reviews
I am a fuji shooter, although I love my G85 for other reasons. I have several fuji primes but the 56 1.2 most buy is most likely my choice if the prices were the same however my personal opinion is that the 50mm f2 gives a more ageless bokeh. Today many of the overblown backgrounds are becoming a thing of the past. The 50 mm f2 has a serious weight advantage and WR. I have a 16mm 1.4 and it is great but heavy. The 56.2 would be better in a studio environment but if your packing a few lens all day.. On my telephoto lens I bought the G85 not as good of photos but the 200mm to 600 mm micro 4/3 lens on the G85 is about 1/3 the weight and size. So I use both cameras. I have a Fuji X100s it is still my favorite over the XT2. The fuji is almost unmatched straight out of the camera in my opinion. I like the fuji with primes. The 50mm F2 is a great lens and incredible black and white. I hope I haven't given too much info but this new 50mm F2 hardly has any time on it, it is my second one. My first one was stolen. I hope this is as good as my last one. My review of the lens is based on my last one but same lens. I just had to replace it. I have the 35mm F.2 and I am not so impressed. If your a Fuji shooter and wanted 2 lens even though I don't on them both I would say the 50mm F2 and the 16-55 and maybe the new lens there coming out with that is like the 8-16 but I think the price is too high. The 16mm 1.4 may have the widest range of use, it takes excellent photos.
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More details on the Fujifilm Fujinon XF 50mm f/2 R WR
Overview: The Fujinon XF50mm F2 R WR is a mid-telephoto lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 76mm. Its weather-resistant and dust-resistant finish lets you use the lens in extreme shooting conditions, including temperatures as low as 14°F (-10°C). The lens comes with front and rear lens caps, lens hood, and a cloth storage pouch.
Optics: The XF50mm lens has 9 elements in 7 groups, including one aspherical lens element. The lens has a 46mm filter thread for adding screw-on filters.
Stepping Motor: The lens features an inner-focus Auto Focusing system uses a stepping motor to drive the focusing group of lens elements for silent and fast autofocusing.
Lens Hood: The lens comes with a bayonet-style lens hood to reduce glare and to protect the front element. When attached, the lens hood adds approximately 1" to the overall length of the lens.
- Focal Length (35mm equivalent): 50mm (76mm)
- Lens Construction: 9 elements in 7 groups (including 1 aspherical ED elements)
- Maximum Aperture: F2
- Minimum Aperture: F16
- Aperture Control: 9 rounded diaphragm blades; Step Size: 1/3 EV (19 steps)
- Maximum Magnification: 0.15x
- Filter size: 46mm
- Angle of View: 31.7°
- Focus Range: 15.35" (39cm) to infinity
- Diameter: 2.372"
- Length: 2.518" (3.161" with caps)
- Weight: 7.1 ounces (7.8 with caps)
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