The Fujifilm XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR is a tele lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2014. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (non-ultrasonic), it has image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1248 €;
62 users have given it an average vote of 9.7 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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Opinion:[Review after one year of use] The optics I have been using more and more is the 70-200 so this 50-140 was the first lens I purchased in conjunction with my switch from Sony to Fuji. The optics have a really remarkable construction, a lot of metal and even the rubber of the rings is of excellent quality (and flows internally), too bad for the plastic (ccia) lampshon really not in line with the construction quality of Fuji. As for the really important point of view, that of practical use and optical quality, here there is little to say: a perspective studied and developed really carefully, allows to make incredible close-ups thanks to the very short focus distance and has incisiveness and a TA yield with relative blurry truly noteworthy. All this like a bit of all Fuji optics, offered at a really ridiculous price when compared to FX competitors, because net of paranoid/inferiority syndromes of those who see only the Full Frame as the only format with which to work this system offers excellent value for money and in many cases exceeds fx offers such as optical yield and performance (see the distance of MaF in this case). It also behaves egregiously on Video with a really precise tracking (and customizable from menu in the car) that I personally use little by almost always turning in MF or with focus assist but that represents an excellent feature for those who approach the video world and want an optics with which to learn and take home the shot without too much trouble. Finally aesthetically maybe it is the visually ugliest optics I have had, I understand the philosophy of compact (or as many say "mirrorless philosophy", I get the chills every time I read it) but to date I still do not understand this obstinacy on the part of Fuji to make optics that tighten at the tip.
Opinion:Purchased together with the 1655 I immediately appreciated the quality of the files with incredible detail. The Af is amazing and never makes mistakes. I often use it in conjunction with the mcex10-16 extension tubes and allows you to make excellent macros while maintaining the usual quality and even a certain range of maf. Sometimes I blur it in particular light conditions, I think it's nervous.
Cons:Foot Tripod, Bokeh under certain light conditions, Weight.
Opinion:Used for a period the 50-140 then sold for weight reason. Put on the scales the 50-140 complete with foot tripod caps and lampshade comes to weigh 1200g for me tabu. As sharpened various optical errors this almost perfect optics no distortions, chromatic aberrations, only very light vineyard with focal 140 mm. The tripod foot did not or found a nice thing not possible to detach even the ring on this optics that would have saved a can of weight. Those looking for the best Bokeh and made very high better the Fuji 90 f2 optical record maximum opening quality, instead photography landscapes recommend the 55-200 lighter in addition comes to focal 200 mm. Mechanical construction Ghiere AF WR perfect only one internal higher stabilizer noise respects the other Fuji optics, the noise remains even when you turn off the stabilizer. This optical 50-140 recommended best Zoom Fuji in absolute hard alternatives we find a 55-200 zoom but compared to the 50-140 nothing to do lower almost everything else one made negative the weight of 50-140.
Pros:Colrori Sharpness , AF, construction, three-dimensionality, blurred quality, stabilization
Cons:Minkion lampshade, weight, loud but normally declared engines af off.
Opinion:Excellent optics, for my tastes and uses, especially I use it for sports ceremonies and landscape,returns excellent colors and contrast, the bokeh is for my taste perfect, does not make me regret a 56 f1.2 at the bokeh level of fixed optics that would make my life difficult during the service, I would say promoted with flying colors and recommended for professional uses. For me it is even better than the 70-200 f2.8 is 2 that I used with the Canon, impeccable construction af even better than the canon and the bokeh at 140 very pasty similar to a fixed optics. The money spent is worth them all, the lampshade given the cost of purchase could be done better, the AF system is lightning but produces noise when not active due to the movement of some optical elements and piezoelectric engines , otherwise deserves a nice 10. Used initially on XT2 bodies and battery packs, with XT-3 even without battery expresses the best of its performances in terms of Af
Pros:Sharpness, colors, AF speed, robustness, brightness, weight
Cons:The kidney given for having it, effect maracas with off optics, energetic
Opinion:I waited a month to write the review, I tried it on 3 different Fuji, under different conditions: macro, sports, portrait. He collected the baton of the 90 F2, very heavy legacy, for me the best Fuji optics there is, this is "just a zoom"... And the F2.8 you could almost say it's dark! Well, we have an AF https://we.tl/t-g4n3hkv1b9?src=dnl, a macro sharpness, a range of focals really so versatile, a weight of 1 KG that is very acceptable, it is the classic professional lens that brings home every day the loaf, made crystal clear, reliable, in any condition.... Almost boring so much that he catches us! But that 140 2.8 from magic to portrait photos, detaches like the 56 but with the sharpness (almost) of the 90 and the flexibility of a zoom. Of course less light comes in but with a TT350 godox you solve anything for sunset shots. For events/sports/theatre is the really definitive weapon, in addition its resolution will allow you to clean the noise in posts even at VERY high ISOs without losing too much detail. The cost is very salty but it actually applies, by off the electromagnetic motors come off, so it starts to pebble like a maracas as soon as you shake it. I use it on X-H1, every now and then with BG, the energy demand is similar to that of a Boeing 747, between stabilization and AF (if you aim at the minimum distance of MAF and then infinity moves so strongly the lenses that it seems to vibrate), then prepare the usual 24-25 spare batteries. In combination with the 16-55 you turn the world and there is no scene in the sun/dark/in rain/freeze that you will not be able to photograph... Well! From National Geographic, package photographer (I) permitting. P.s. holds 2 macro tubes as if it were fresh water.
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