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Fujifilm GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR : Specifications and Opinions


Fujifilm GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR

The Fujifilm GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR is a tele lens for MF, manufactured from 2017. The focus is done by Stepper Motor, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 2800 €;
13 users have given it an average vote of 9.8 out of 10.


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MOUNT

This lens is available with the following mounts:

Fujifilm GF: this lens is compatible with mirrorless medium format Fuji.



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 Specifications
 Focal lenght   110 mm
 Angle of view   28.1°  (equivalent to a 87mm in Fullframe 24x36mm format)
 Format   MF
 Max. aperture   f/2
 Aperture blades   9
 Lenses/Groups   14 elements in 9 groups
 Min. focus distance   0.90 meters
 Reproduction ratio   0.16x

 Features
 Stabilization   No
 Focus   Stepper Motor
 Internal Focus   Yes

 Built and notes
 Tripod ring   No
 Extenders   No
 Filters   77 mm
 Lens hood   Yes, supplied
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   1010 g
 Dimensions   94 x 126 mm

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avatarjunior
sent on July 23, 2022

Pros: Sharpness even at TA, quality, fantastic bokeh

Cons: price and weight (but if you go on a medium fomato are 2 factors to take into account)

Opinion: Fantastic lens, mainly used for portrait, returns excellent sharpness and a beautiful blur, once you try the portrait lenses in the FF they become difficult to shoot in hand. The lens is not stabilized so eye with the first version of GFX50 especially on low times, for the new stabilized series no problem, at TA there is a bit of vignetting but personally I do not consider it a defect indeed. To be taken into account especially with the GFX50 first and second series (GFX50II) having only contrast MAF sensors on particularly moving subjects becomes more difficult to focus. The optics are certainly challenging from the point of view of the weight 1 kilo, but certainly for those who select this system is not a problem.

avatarjunior
sent on April 12, 2021

Pros: Very bright, very good optical quality, focal well usable in portraiture.

Cons: Slow and inaccurate autofocus with the GFX 50R, even with static subjects; much better with the GFX 100, but it still goes into crisis as soon as the brightness drops and the subject moves a bit. Ghost Images very evident in certain situations. Certainly the fact of being built with as many as 14 elements in 9 groups, despite being a fixed focal lens and not a zoom, does not help. The only thing you can do is move the device to try to move the stain to an area that you can then cut or correct more easily. The rotation of the focus ring does not directly control the mechanical displacement of the lens elements, but is a digital command, so much so that the targetses do not show a metric scale. You can set the focus in linear or nonlinear mode, rotating clockwise or counterclockwise, but in fact there is too much to turn, it has nothing to do with a classic lens. Except when using the device on tripods with static subject, manual focus is not a great alternative to autofocus, even for those who were used to manually focusing medium-format devices in event photographs, such as weddings. With subjects in constant motion or when you don't have useful references to set the early focus, you are in great difficulty, even trying to use the digital rangefinder in the viewfinder, if you have set it, because there is too much to rotate and in fact you have no reference to the position of the ring.

Opinion: With this lens I got images that I really like. At full aperture, F2, it is a soft hair and, in portraiture, the vignetting is negligible. Using the F2.8 lens for a half-figure portrait, the bottom is completely blurry, although it is only one meter from the subject, which is ideal even in relatively narrow spaces. To be used wisely, because especially 100MP do not forgive, they give you everything back: merits and defects, wise or random choices. Even a slight blur compromises the usability of the image. Most often with female subjects I use a filter to soften the image, while with male subjects I use it as it is. Obviously I also work in post production, but in the shooting phase I already try to optimize the images by taking great care of the lights, the exposure and possibly using filters to soften, so that when I show the shots on the monitor people can already have a vague idea of what will be the final result and not be afraid for the resolution often exaggerated in portraits. Warning: Filters that soften images can affect autofocus, making it even unusable. We need to study the situation well, bearing in mind how the autofocus of the device you intend to use works and the different types of filters that help to soften the images. As for the focus, with the GFX 50R it was quite slow and inaccurate, especially with not particularly intense light. With the GFX 100 it is discreetly fast and precise to shoot relatively firm subjects, but loses many shots as soon as there is some action and the light intensity drops. Especially caution when using filters to soften images. The GFX system is designed to use curtain shutters and not mounted central shutters. This promotes the brightness of the lims and contains the costs, but due to a synchro time of 1/125 it places limits in outdoor flash photography with daylight and also in the studio with pilot lamps that produce a color temperature different from those of flash tubes. The GF 110 lens can help produce high-quality images. Very suitable for portraiture. The fundamental question is upstream: is the GFX system suitable for the subjects to be resumed and the scope of work?

avatarsenior
sent on November 23, 2017

Pros: Open f2.0, excellent sharpness even at TA, fantastic bokeh, three-dimensional, 77mm filters (easy to find), acceptable weight and dimensions for a mf

Cons: There is no stabilizer (present on the 120 f4.0 Macro), minimum distance of maf, high cost.

Opinion: I got this jewel for a whole week-end, of course with the GFX 50s camera. If you want to use it with open diaphragms, and at short distances you have to pay close attention to the focus, so the pdc is really reduced, the results are, in my opinion, excellent, superior to my opinion any combination of FF / fixed lens . rnIt is not only the sharpness, but excellent, the main parameter of evaluation; here comes into play a "different" impact, difficult to explain in words. There is a three-dimensional feel of soft and gradual transition from the focus plane, which I have not yet found in other images obtained with high-level cmq combinations (Eos 5d MK4 + 85 1,4 Art) that I used in direct comparison with the ML Fuji. rnIt is very high but not aggressive, this is the definition that best suits my feelings. It would be interesting to have a direct comparison with the Nikon D850 + (85 1,4 G ..?) .. to see how much is% 3B able to compete .. rnIn the "Portrait and Fashion" gallery you can find some images entitled "Ludovica" rn

Photos taken with Fujifilm GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR

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Sofia
by Marckus Milo
12 comments, 7684 views  
HI RES 12.8 MP

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Gaia Bombarda
by Lucaradici
27 comments, 5256 views  
HI RES 5.6 MP

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M.
by Maserc
28 comments, 4793 views  
HI RES 6.8 MP

Foto
Nikla_2
by Digital-photo
11 comments, 10627 views  
HI RES 46.0 MP

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Caroline.
by DidFromMars
14 comments, 4965 views  
HI RES 12.8 MP

Foto
Christina Fiorello
by Lucaradici
12 comments, 4817 views


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Foto
Pamela
by Vincenzo De Santis
23 comments, 2619 views  
HI RES 12.0 MP

Foto
M.
by Maserc
10 comments, 4832 views  
HI RES 6.8 MP

Foto
M.
by Maserc
19 comments, 2181 views  
HI RES 6.8 MP

Foto
Christina Fiorello
by Lucaradici
8 comments, 3781 views
Foto
S.
by Maserc
11 comments, 2739 views  
HI RES 6.8 MP

Foto
Sarah.
by DidFromMars
8 comments, 1995 views  
HI RES 51.1 MP

Foto
Jade
by Roccia
8 comments, 6772 views  
HI RES 51.1 MP

Foto
S.
by Maserc
12 comments, 2752 views  
HI RES 6.8 MP

Foto
Isabella
by Riccardo Tempesti
11 comments, 5248 views  
HI RES 30.5 MP

Foto
Calm Beauty
by Andreafacco
8 comments, 798 views
Foto
Anna
by Dmerante
8 comments, 2090 views  
HI RES 21.3 MP

Foto
Untitled Photo
by Claudio Molinari
15 comments, 2318 views  
HI RES 33.3 MP

Foto
Look
by Andreafacco
6 comments, 1064 views  
HI RES 101.8 MP

Foto
My Wife
by Gannjunior
6 comments, 2700 views  
HI RES 11.1 MP

Foto
The Diva
by Valerio Tagliabue
23 comments, 1894 views  
HI RES 51.1 MP

Foto
Christina Fiorello
by Lucaradici
4 comments, 2270 views  
HI RES 5.6 MP

Foto
Christina Fiorello
by Lucaradici
1 comments, 2193 views  
HI RES 5.6 MP

Foto
My
by Max Berry
11 comments, 1966 views  
HI RES 90.2 MP

Foto
The scale with curves
by Valerio Tagliabue
2 comments, 1772 views  
HI RES 51.1 MP

Foto
Nadia_2
by Digital-photo
5 comments, 2749 views  
HI RES 42.1 MP

Foto
Ludovica
by Frank_pb
3 comments, 3012 views  
HI RES 31.5 MP

Foto
Virginia
by Maserc
6 comments, 1421 views  
HI RES 6.8 MP

Foto
Léa, the look.
by DidFromMars
3 comments, 1397 views  
HI RES 44.7 MP

Foto
Nikla_1
by Digital-photo
2 comments, 2134 views  
HI RES 50.0 MP

Foto
Nikla_3
by Digital-photo
1 comments, 2778 views  
HI RES 51.1 MP

Foto
Martina
by Marckus Milo
3 comments, 1463 views  
HI RES 9.2 MP

Foto
Classic Portrait
by DidFromMars
2 comments, 2040 views  
HI RES 38.3 MP



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Foto
Ludovica
by Frank_pb
18 comments, 2613 views  
HI RES 41.0 MP

Foto
Rebecca 4
by Plcapi
11 comments, 1109 views  
HI RES 45.4 MP

Foto
Untitled Photo
by DavideSchiara
2 comments, 2413 views  
HI RES 33.7 MP

Foto
Alexandra
by Valerio Tagliabue
6 comments, 1235 views  
HI RES 51.1 MP


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