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The Fujifilm XF 56mm f/1.2 R APD is a tele lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2014. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (non-ultrasonic), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1279 €;
17 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 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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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
sent on October 06, 2016
Pros:Sharpness, focus, portability.
Cons:AF noisy and no lightning. Price
Opinion:I took this lens being hesitant and a bit skeptical. Not for the optical qualities, but for the auto focus. Speaking of optical qualities we are at very high levels. The sharpness that produces f / 1.2 is staggering and shames 50 and 85 L. The focus however, in my opinion, is not like the two Canon cited above. The focus of the APD 56 is delicate and clean. A little 'edges with little character but pleasant. Far from the fuzzy dream of 50 and 85L.rnL'auto focus has different behaviors depending on the body with which you are using. In general it is not lightning and it is a bit 'noisy. Mounted on the XT1 (with all updates made) it remains unresponsive and not optimal light conditions hard to keep up. Used instead of XT2 and Xpro2 its performance increased significantly. It does not become super fast but not speed over the use of previous bodies. In addition, the new machines, running as fast as you reduce the noise that produces solito.rnPer the quality of imthe image I give him a vote of 9,5rnPer the auto focus on first-generation bodies 8 and on those of last generation 8,5.rnIl seems very high price although higher the quality of this lens. I advise.
Pros:Fire rings and diaphragms firm, best of 56 normal, as well as slightly better color contrast and detail.
Cons:Slow to focus when focus in low light, to TA has exposure times from F2.0 around and it is a very specific lens.
Opinion:Hard to tell the quality of this lnte, they are many, but there are also difetti.Il filter apodized radically changes the lens, which is almost the only choice for a portrait Fuji, a little bit less for those who need a lens tuttofare.Dopo He has supported and tested together with a standard 56 I collected my impressions in an article: rnhttp: //instantart.it/? p = 3703
Cons:Loss of focus phase detection in large apertures, but you know before you buy it so ...
Opinion:A lens that is not for everyone, the purchase goes valutato.rnSe looking for a lens from portrait this is the best in my opinion, a lens that has a crazy blur, soft and never "nervous" (like that of his brother 56mm non APD) .rnC'è to know that the filter APD inside of the lens also acts as a filter for the light, enters a little less light than a lens without treatment, for example if I open to 1.2 there will be a passage of light as if it were 1.7..eccc the diaphragm. The diaphragm is still 1.2 but spends a little less light (a bit like making a normal filter) .rnATTENZIONE, this is NOT for me because a defect in a lens devoted to this portrait It involves a greater contrast and the "removal of the subject" .rnQuesto treatment APD also lose speed AF with apertures ranging from 1.2 to 5.6 (In addition to the back even) then the MAF will be slower than the 56mm NOT APD ... ( we will in fact only the maf sensingContrast). This thing could lead to prefer the 56mm not apd for indoor shots or where necessary maf faster .... for me and just avanza.rnOttima choosing fuji in the package insert a filter ND8, filter essential when shooting at ' aperto.rnGRANDE LENS
Pros:Morbidity and bag filter ND8 Fujinon supplied ring focus ultra-precise movement with a little hard, ring the focal fluid and precise, blurred spectacular (at least in my opinion), but the lightweight construction ultra least solid to the touch.
Cons:I do not think it has, but it is still early to say that since we've only made a dozen photos! (Damn time) rnForse the price? but if we have to be honest the quality you pay and then we are always under the alternatives emblazoned with brands
Opinion:I own this' optical little over a month, glued to the Fuji X-T1 and I never had the time to give us some test shots (work, time to suck, and now even the flu). I am not a technician and I have never ventured to do tests for you all (honestly I would not know where to start) so today despite got sick I decided to make two pictures indeed 8 to be precise, and I've published five at the following link : http://www.juzaphoto.com/me.php?pg=112603&l=it.rnPer me it is too early to give a final judgment or overall but I hope that at least these few photos may have done something pleasing to those who the intention of a next purchase. Soon (or soon I will be better) and post more Scatterò fotornrn
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