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View Poll Results: What are your Favorite Fuji X lenses?
XF14/2.8 34 15.38%
XF16/1.4 27 12.22%
XF18/2 45 20.36%
XF23/1.4 48 21.72%
XF27/2.8 28 12.67%
XF35/1.4 95 42.99%
XF35/2 45 20.36%
XF56/1.2 51 23.08%
XF56/1.2 APD 5 2.26%
XF60/2.4 Macro 16 7.24%
XF90/2 11 4.98%
XF120/2.8 Macro 0 0%
XF 1.4 Teleconverter 1 0.45%
XF10-24/4 15 6.79%
XF16-50 3.5-5.6 1 0.45%
XF16-50 /2.8 I 1 0.45%
XF16-50 /2.8 II 0 0%
XF16-55 /2.8 5 2.26%
XF18-55 /2.8-4 34 15.38%
XF18-135 /3.5-5.6 5 2.26%
XF50-140 / 2.8 2 0.90%
XF50-230 /4.5-6.7 I 1 0.45%
XF50-230 /4.5-6.7 II 0 0%
XF55-200 /3.5-4.8 15 6.79%
XF 100-400 2 0.90%
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Old 02-14-2016   #41
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have to say that im loving my xe2 and 18mm lens, great combo that made me cancel my x70 preorder.
also have the 35 1.4 for when i want a 50mm focal length
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I hope Fuji will consider making 23/2 in similar size.
I have the same wish.
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I have two bags. One has two zooms in it; the 18-55mm and the 55-200mm. The other has the 14mm, 23mm and 35mm (f/2). Depending on how I'm feeling the single body I own goes in one bag or the other. Since I'm a short focal length kind of guy I love four out of the five.

The 14mm is a wonderful wide angle. Definitely sharp. A large lens for mirrorless.

The 23mm is the elephant in the room. Probably the best lens of the lot but it is a substantial sized beast.

The new 35mm f/2 is a wonderful lens. It is small light and weather resistant. I'm hoping Fuji comes out with a series of these smaller WR f2 or f2.8 lenses.

The surprise for me is the 18-55mm zoom. Just a wonderful versatile lens.
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I was just handed an XT-1 from my old man! He bought a 56mm and a 18-135. I don't much care for the zoom but the 56mm is niiiiice. A bit telephoto for me however. I have the usual 35/50 in Leica and Sony E mount and enjoy them but think I wanna buy an ultra wide this time. I've never really shot with an ultra wide, just a fish eye, and loved the feel especially in confined spaces. At this pt, I'm debating between the 14mm and the 16. According to the poll, the 14 is the winner. Any arguments or cases to be made for either? I know I can't really go wrong in either choice, but would like this next one to really get me off my ass and shoot more. I haven't shot as much as I would like.
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I have: 18, 23, 35 (1.4), 56 and 18-55.
Between them, my favourite are by far the 23 and the 56.
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I only like the 35mm f/2.
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I have: 18, 23, 35 (1.4), 56 and 18-55.
Between them, my favourite are by far the 23 and the 56.
I'm also considering a 23mm What makes it your favorite?
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The 56mm is a gem.
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I only like the 35mm f/2.
i know you prefer under 28(18) but have you tried the 16?
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I'm also considering a 23mm What makes it your favorite?
The optical performance.
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i know you prefer under 28(18) but have you tried the 16?
Nope, and don't think I will. I'm over it. The X-Pro2 is now a fixed lens 50mm camera for me. I'm not bothering with other lenses.
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IMHO, the 35f2 could be the start of a new generation of lenses which have fast af speed.. The 23f2 that is on the roadmap is a lens I've been eyeing for quite a while. After hearing about how well the 35f2 has been performing I've got high hopes for it. Since they already have a 28f2 I doubt they will replace it anytime soon. But maybe a 24f2 or f2.8 may eventually come down the road.

The fast f1.4 lenses have to move a lot of glass vs something as small as the glass on the 35f2. Even if they use the same af motors on a fast lens, that is a big difference in mass the af motor has to account for..

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28/2? Did I miss one, Gary? And what is this 23/2 "on the roadmap" of which you speak? I just had a look at the Fuji roadmap and I don't see either of these lenses. Hmm.. :-)
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recently l have used the 18/2 a lot, however l hanker for a 27mm not sure if its just GAS and how justifiable is it especially as l already have the 35 1.4
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28/2? Did I miss one, Gary?
He's talking of the 18mm f/2 i.e. a 28mm f/2 equiv.

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It's been rumored for awhile now. Not officially.
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I forgot to mention the 27: it's a wonderful combination of size, weight, price and amazing performance.
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28/2? Did I miss one, Gary? And what is this 23/2 "on the roadmap" of which you speak? I just had a look at the Fuji roadmap and I don't see either of these lenses. Hmm.. :-)
Yep what jsrocket said, Jamie.

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Ah... I see. That trickster Gary... mixing equivalences and throwing in a rumor or two just to keep me on my toes! :-P

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He's talking of the 18mm f/2 i.e. a 28mm f/2 equiv.



It's been rumored for awhile now. Not officially.
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Old age... Or maybe just the way my mind works..all so very confusing

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I have morphed into a wide angle guy. I got the original trio when I bought my XP1 and of all the pictures I've taken it seems the 18 is what I do best with. Certainly the 35/1.4 is the better picture quality lens but the 18 is what is on most of the time. I just got a Touit 12mm that might change all that.
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I need to add the Fujinon 16-55mm f/2.8 to my list of favorites.
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Old 05-06-2016   #63
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The 23 and 56 lenses are my faves. I also have the 18-55, which is a perfectly competent lens, but I'm mostly shooting formal portraits and environmental portraits with my system, so the fast primes are much better at that than the zoom. I just got the 14 for travel, so we'll see how well that works out. I have a few shots in mind on my next trip where it will be invaluable.

With the 23 f1.4:
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Have to say... The f1.4/35mm is still the favorite.
Nit the fastest to focus but .... It's special in rendering and looks beautiful at wide open
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I have morphed into a wide angle guy. I got the original trio when I bought my XP1 and of all the pictures I've taken it seems the 18 is what I do best with. Certainly the 35/1.4 is the better picture quality lens but the 18 is what is on most of the time. I just got a Touit 12mm that might change all that.
An upgraded 18/2 would be wonderful. I like mine as well and it has a nice rendering, but for certain types of shots the corner softness can be a problem.
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Aside from a couple of the tele zooms I have all of the Fuji lenses except the 16 and 60 which I owned but sold. I just got home from an intensive 30 day trip where I shot pictures every day. My favorite lens is currently the 32mm Zeiss.
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I've owned/used the following lenses on the X-Pro 1, X-Pro 2, & X-T1:

10-24mm
14mm (SOLD)
16mm
18mm (SOLD)
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35mm
56mm
50-140mm
55-200mm

Other than the 14 and 18mms, I've kept most everything I've acquired in my Fuji kit...and honestly, the only reason the 14 and 18s got the boot were because the 10-24mm overlapped their focal lengths, and once I acquired the 16mm for my high speed wide needs, the 14 & 18mm started to feel a little "pointless." I will admit the 18mm was the WEAKEST of the entire bunch of lenses listed above optically IMO.

Of the bunch, the one that I have always felt a special connection to was the 35mm 1.4. It's ALWAYS in my bag, and has never let me down. Optically, it's simply an amazing, "never bad" lens under every shooting situation I've thrown at it. The bokeh, sharpness, and microcontrast are simply incredible on my copy. I don't think I've EVER used a 50mm (or equiv) lens as good for the price. Yes, my 50 Lux ASPH is still better. But the Fuji 35 is like 1/5 the cost whilst being 95% as good, plus the Fuji also manages flare better, has autofocus, and hasn't needed nearly the amount of upkeep the Leica requires. And the 35mm for damn sure beat the Canon 50L that I don't own anymore; the 35 is truly an impressive piece of glass, especially considering it AND my X-Pro 2 weigh about as much as the 50L does on it's own!

Other standouts for me include the 23mm and 16mm, both are nice and sharp, and offer a nice 3D "pop" to them that I find pleasing. Both the 16mm and 23mm go from usably sharp wide open to SHARP between f/5.6 and f/11. My preferred range for both are f/2-f/4. I don't think that it's coincidental I use them and the 35mm most often. Another big selling point for the 16 and 23 are the ergonomics, I just LOVE the pull to focus ring with distance scales.
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The 35/1.4 gets a lot of praise and with good cause but my favorite of the bunch that I have is the 18. I'm sure that the 16 will out perform but I like the size. I'm also interested in the 27.
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Over the past few years, I've had the 14/2.8; 18/2; 27/2.8; 35/1.4; 35/2; 60/2.4; 10-24; 18-55; and 55-200. I can't say I've had a favorite. They all have their special niche uses and when used for that purpose, I think they all shine. I currently have the 14, 27, 35/2, and 18-55. And I'm planning on re-buying the 55-200 (Anyone have one they want to sell?) I use the 14 when I want to photograph a dense amount of information up close, like foliage or deep inside a street crowd. The 27 for all-round lightweight small every day carry. The 35/2 for streets when I'm feeling a bit shy and want some separation from the crowd. The 18-55 is a great do-it-all on family outings or around the house with the kid and dog. The 55-200 is great for compressing landscapes and seascapes.
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When I shot film in Leica rangefinders, I used three focal lengths more than any other--50mm, 35mm and 21mm. The 50 and the 35 probably accounted for 80-85% of my use with the rest done by the 21mm. Over the years, I owned a couple of 90mm lenses--a Summicron and an Elmar-C--and I cannot recall ever making a single photograph of any value with either of these lenses. Lenses longer than 50mm (or 50mm equivalent) never seemed to work well for me on non-SLR cameras.

After having a bit more experience with more Fuji lenses, I would have to amend my original favorites to be the current Fuji equivalents of those lenses I used with my Leicas. Those being the Fuji 35/1.4, 23/1.4 and 14/2.8.

I would have to add that I also use the X100S an awful lot. It's an outstanding little camera and although its built-in 23/2 lens is not as outstanding as the 23/1.4, the camera/lens combination has to rank on my favorites list.
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14mm 2.8
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I augment these XF lenses with numerous Nikon, Contax/Yashica, Takumar M42 manual focus lenses. I'd rate all three that I own very highly. The 90mm f2 hasn't had much mention here but it's a great lens which provides me with some length and a wide aperture in a compact passage. It's mainly used for portraits and landscapes. My XE2's autofocus remains too slow for sports but that's covered by my D700 with 300mmf4.
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It was a tough choice between my 14, 56 and the 18-55 zoom but if I only take one lens with me, it's the least glamorous of the trio, the nicely sized and balanced zoom.

By that criteria I guess the 18-55 is MY favorite. It's the workhorse of the lineup.
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Nope, and don't think I will. I'm over it. The X-Pro2 is now a fixed lens 50mm camera for me. I'm not bothering with other lenses.
Haha, I guess times have changed since I have the 35mm, the 50mm, the 16-55mm zoom, and the 50-230mm zoom. Also, the X100F.

I still use 35mm the most. But that 50mm is nice! The 16-55mm is a great upgrade to the kit zoom and comes in handy for traveling... especially for landscapes.
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I brought a 60mm in again last week.
The XT1 body gives it a new lease.
Focus is much more accurate and much faster in good light. (Still hunts a lot in poor light)
Image Quality is as good as ever. Beautiful images.
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I brought a 60mm in again last week.
The XT1 body gives it a new lease.
Focus is much more accurate and much faster in good light. (Still hunts a lot in poor light)
Image Quality is as good as ever. Beautiful images.
just couldn't get this lens to work reliably. hopefully the new one is released soon, but my adapted Nikon AI lens works well for now.
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