11 Nov A first look at the Fuji XF 80mm f2.8 Macro
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Source: Fujifilm Insider
Fujifilm has finally filled the 1:1 macro void in their lens lineup, but how well does it stack up? We were lucky enough to get a pre-release version .
The Fuji XF 80mm is a beefy lens (16 elements in 12 groups), the largest of all their primes and looks like it would almost be more at home in the GFX lineup. When mounted to an X-T2, it is quite front heavy and makes shooting handheld a bit more difficult, though adding the grip makes it feel more balanced. Fortunately, the lens has OIS (with 5 stops of stablization according to Fujifilm) to deal with a bit of movement. It is also weather and dust resistant, and when paired with a weather sealed body like the X-T2, shooting outdoors in all sorts of weather conditions is no problem at all….
A first look at the Fuji XF 80mm f2.8 Macro posted on Fujifilm Insider on .