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Fujifilm XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro : Specifications and Opinions


Fujifilm XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro

The Fujifilm XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro is a macro lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2012. 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 580 €; 33 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10.

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MOUNT

This lens is available with the following mounts:

Fujifilm X-mount: this lens is compatible with mirrorless APS-C Fuji.



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 Specifications
 Focal lenght   60 mm
 Angle of view   27°  (equivalent to a 90mm in Fullframe 24x36mm format)
 Format   APS-C
 Max. aperture   f/2.4
 Aperture blades   9
 Lenses/Groups   10 elements in 8 groups
 Min. focus distance   0.26 meters
 Reproduction ratio   0.50x

 Features
 Stabilization   No
 Focus   Lens AF motor (non-ultrasonic)
 Internal AF   No
 Full Time MF   No

 Built and notes
 Tripod ring   No
 Extenders   No
 Filters   58 mm
 Lens hood   Yes (not supplied)
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   215 g
 Dimensions   64 x 71 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on September 19, 2017

Pros: price, sharpness, blurred, construction,

Cons: AF, removable lens hood,

Opinion: I just reviewed this goal on my site and I thought I would also stick my reflections on the lens here. It's the last goal I have bought and, since it's been a while since I use it, I think it's time to make a brief review to highlight those that I think are the positive and negative aspects of this lens .nn We immediately start by saying that it is a compact and lightweight lens, the dimensions are right, well proportioned to the Fujifilm machine bodies (I use it on an X-T2). Even the sharpness can not be fine. it's already clear at TA and it even cuts it to the edges. The construction seems to me very good and the fact that it is made of metal increases the sense of strength and strength when taken in hand (even the hood is made of metal). there is not much to say ... Fujifilm from this point of view is really a guarantee.rnAtesting and vignetting on the edges absent (or almost) also at TA and discreet flare resistance (here I thought better) .rn Price & egrave; honest. The lens costs around 600-650 euros but you can find good deals in the used market and you can take it home even by spending half the price list. RnGrawn the blur. Delicate, light, soft, with gorgeous colors. A great lens for portraits. Of course it's not the great 56mm f / 1.2R but its work does it very well, trust me. The salient point of this lens is the AF, not really performing, indeed we say it's pretty slow compared to the speed we used Fujifilm with its ultimate goals. It will not be superficial but it is not a good reason not to buy it. With the X-T2 it definitely improves its performance but even if it's not a lightning, I do not feel bad about it because, as far as I'm concerned, using it I've never "cobbled". Accustomed to the "superlative" nature of the reflexes and top range lenses this tiny 60 mm seems to "trick" too much at the time of shooting, especially in condithose of low light, but perhaps it's just a feeling, because once downloaded the files I hardly encounter unfocused photographs. It is not a "tip and snap" lens, it is thought to be "reasoned" photos and in fact its merits come out right when you take all the time it takes to snap. In these situations, you will not regret any other lens.rnAlso using it for macro photography if you dig it more than good, he convinced me.rnI did not like the fact that to take it out of the camera I must necessarily remove the hood because if in the position of rest (due to its generous size) does not allow easy movement of the lens. In conclusion, it is a slow lens that is not easy to tame, especially for those who are at first. It takes its time to get a bit of a hand and learn to exploit all its value but I honestly believe that anyone who has some practice with the world of photography and with Fujifilm should not have any problems and avr & agrave; many satisfaction from this small but worthwhile lens. I would recommend buying: Yes, no doubt. (Full review on http://www.giuseppetripodi.it/fujifilm-xf-60mm-f2-4-r-macro/)

avatarjunior
sent on July 26, 2017

Pros: Compact, lightweight, very sharp

Cons: Autofocus a bit slow

Opinion: Very compact and lightweight lens to be a mid-sized macro. It's built very well and is all metal. Very sharp already at full opening. The colors are gorgeous and the blur is very soft. I use it for both the macro and the portraits. The autofocus with little light is a little slow (I use it with the XT1) but nothing serious. Recommended

avatarjunior
sent on August 23, 2016

Pros: Sharpness, construction, size, price, blurred.

Cons: Nobody.

Opinion: This optical Fuji is just perfect for a photograph "rational." The autofocus is slow, I guess because of the lens geometry. Camera shake is always lurking and less than 1/100 is virtually impossible to shoot. Personally I prefer the manual focus with this 60mm, thanks to the excellent ergonomics and the software / viewfinder of my XT-10. In ideal conditions, ie with stand and after a careful focus, gives the pictures just perfect. The files that are obtained do not even have to be placed, can be zoomed almost indefinitely as they are now. The thing that strikes me most is precisely the clarity that you get, even already at F2.4. So much so that I am using a little 'all at this time. The results obtained with the portraits are remarkable. The focal length is ideal in relation to the opening of the maximum aperture. The blur is really much pleasant. Macros are very well, but it takes a good dose of patience. Insects moving are really hard to capture, but with plenty of light you can not do everything. Let's say that in macro capabilities are able to just test them with flowers and static objects so far. The price has fallen dramatically, and I managed to find this 60, used, less than 300 Euros. I left very disappointed initially, then I learned to use it and now I'm really glad I bought.

avatarsenior
sent on September 30, 2015

Pros: construction, quality of picture sharpness to TA, weight, size, minimum distance of focus

Cons: Autofocus is not "lightning"

Opinion: Recently bought at a fair price (500 euros) on my last trip to Amsterdam and quickly put to the test. I 'liked immediately the feeling it conveys. It 's not heavy, and not' cumbersome, and 'metal (including hood) and does its job onestissimamente. A lens for portrait is very good and above all very balanced. In fact, I find that the relationship aperture / focal both fruibilissimo without being extreme. The focus that gives and '. in my opinion, very gradevole.rnUsato (only once) with the car mode 'macro, for a photo ravvicinatissima a flower, it produced a pleasant image. Macro photography is not 'my field, so I do not understand, but I think you can understand this as a glass lens macro in the absolute sense of the term. E 'instead of a glass very good for both indoor and outdoor portraits. A F2.4 is already VERY crisp and light permitting, you have no need to close in order to have more 'definizione.rnQuesto 60mm as 18 and 35 is part of the first generation of lenti for the X home Fuji. He left it, with the other two, to set the X-Pro1. Like the other two, and as the X-Pro1, denotes his age 'and denotes the fact of being a little less powerful in terms of autofocus compared to the entire production that Fuji and then' came later. Once again I want to congratulate Fuji because with their initial design (X-Pro1,18mm, 35mm, 60mm) gave the photographer all that is needed to cover 80% of photographic genres and to do it with quality and satisfaction .rnIl drawback of this lens, as already 'mentioned, and' autofocus which is a bit 'slow even when light conditions are good. With not optimal light begins to move forward and backward and often gives up! I must say, for my little experience with this lens, when struggling to find the fire, if then "hooks" does accurately. I mean I've had situations where not 'managed to hook the focus but I have found no case of sbagliata.rnUsandolo focus in macro mode at distances ravvicinate autofocus performance even worse. But this' physiological for any macro lens. When you approach the minimum distance of focusing everything it slows down and sometimes even fails with macro lenses "specialist" and a lot of money and name superiori.rnHo given a grade 9 to this lens because overall I think do well his work .rnPer the price that costs and returns for what I would recommend it highly to all Fuji X camera owners seeking an average light for portraits (and not only) of qualita'.rnMax

avatarjunior
sent on July 13, 2015

Pros: Weight, quality diaphragm also TA, building, macro

Cons: focus

Opinion: After a few days of use is already clear that the optics is built very well, the lightness is a point in his favor but also the quality of the lenses. Amazing sharpness and precision f / 2.4 (almost comparable to XF56mm f / 2.5). Blurred high quality, soft. Excellent macro function. If used as a classic 90mm AF is quite slow in dark conditions, greatly improved with the firmware update (both optical and body) but it is still the only slightly discordant note of a view otherwise impeccable.




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