The Fujifilm XF 35mm f/2 R WR is a standard lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2015. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (Stepper Motor), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 225 €;
53 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Fujifilm X-mount: this lens is compatible with mirrorless APS-C Fuji.
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Pros: sharp, small and lightweight, very good image quality, low CA, weather seling, fair price
Cons: the hood... tiny plastic joke :) Check the 35/1.4, looking cool.
Opinion: Use a Fuji Xpro2, not a perfect lens, but the image quality is fine, sharp on F2 with low chromatic aberration, bokeh is good. F4 is super sharp with 0 CA, cool. Bonus specs for this price the weather sealing. So, I think this sweet lens Very Recommended, if you don't need a bigger 35/1.4 and the plus bokeh. Every Fuji photographer bag need this lens. :)
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Pros:Constructive quality, silence and compactness
Cons:In certain conditions of light aberration of color at full opening at close range
Opinion:I bought it back, after selling it in favor of the 35 f1.4, taking advantage of Black Friday at a super advantageous price, Fujifilm Italia guarantee. I missed it even though I think the first copy wasn't excellent. This copy amazes! Mounted on the X-H1 I didn't remember it so quiet and precise and sharp. Compared to 35 f1.4, it offers warmer colors with the same settings. I find it very beautiful, tropicalized, internal focus, a jewel. I decided to keep both 35 f1.4 and f2. Magic both!
Pros:Compactness, solid construction, WR, good image quality, autofocus, diaphragm diaphragm diaphragm diaphragm with directions and right calibration.
Cons:no one in particular.
Opinion:It is a useful way forward; it doesn't clutter or weigh. It is very good in terms of image quality; as much as it may interest it is sharp and quite contrasted. Honestly, having even the 50 mm on FF , I do not think it is perfectly equivalent to a 50 1.8 because the 35 has something different that makes it special and maybe a classic 50 1.8 on full frame retains a bit of advantage in the blur, if we want to be fussy. The autofocus is very quiet; The MF is good though by-wire and the dial is very small. Very good diaframmi diaphragm diaphragm diaphragm, which does not move indefinitely as on 10-24 and has the correct indication of the opening value. I would say that overall it is a very balanced and well-corrected objective. I did not notice any particular difficulties or aberrations in the backlight. The price is commensurate with the quality also constructive.
Opinion:I've been using it for several months now. It is a lightweight and versatile small optic, and also has a fast and precise autofocus even in extreme light conditions. Nitido already at full open. Mounted on xt-3 I use it as a primary optics for street and portraits. It never betrays, the price is in line with the build quality. I don't mind the lampshade.
Pros:Weight (feather), construction, AF, sharpness
Cons:Aesthetics, Lens Hood
Opinion:Valuable Objective in many respects. First of all very good sharpness already at TA but from 2.8 onwards it goes even better. A F4 and F 5.6 from the maximum (as Per script). Lightness, aperture ring very well calibrated and pleasantly smooth. Af silent and very fast. What I do not love instead is its design (but of course it is my opinion) that looks like that of a small trunk cone (ie with the tip Mozza) without a true why. My impression, but this generally applies to almost the entire Fuji system, is that it often seems to have to do with "toys" or with miniature collectibles (both bodies and lenses) built in an excellent way, but still "objects", almost were small reproductions of professional systems. And I'm not saying this just because I come from the reflex world to which I am very fond. The "Vintage" design I really like and the Fuji line in this sense has made it immediately very recognizable on the market. I Have the impression, however, that this sometimes plays a bit at the expense of ergonomics and practicality of use. I Can say it quietly for my X-T20, mirrorless in my opinion beautiful but better suited to "Lilliputziani" and also rather uncomfortable (the additional hand grip is almost mandatory) and also for the newer X-H1 than in an attempt to equip it with a handle Smoother results in fact as a kind of hybrid with "old style" taste and a high-tech contraption. Going Back to the lens, definitely recommended. Excellent colors and also the fuzzy (not to be scream) and to have in the outfit considering also the price very interesting.
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