02 Sep Fujifilm announces updated roadmap for X- and GF-series lenses, including tilt-shift
Source: DP Review
Fujifilm has unveiled its latest development roadmap for X and GF-series lenses, for the company’s APS-C and medium-format mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, respectively. A total of 17 lenses are on the roadmap, now including a GF 55mm F1.7 – a standard prime equivalent to 44mm in full-frame terms – and a wide-angle zoom, the GF 20-35mm (equivalent to 16-28mm). Fujifilm has also teased the development of an upcoming tilt-shift lens in the GF line, but we’re still waiting for details of focal length and aperture.
Meanwhile, the APS-C lineup isn’t neglected, with several new lenses on the way including the XF 18-120mm (equivalent to 27-183mm in full-frame terms) designed for video creators. Fujifilm isn’t giving much away at this stage, but promises the new zoom will provide ‘a function to facilitate one-person shooting of full-scale video.’ This zoom is joined by another, the XF 150-600mm (equivalent to 229-914mm) which is designed for portability and hand-held use.
That’s all we know for now, but we’ll publish updates as we receive more information.
Fujifilm Unveils Latest Development Roadmap For Interchangeable FUJINON Lenses For FUJIFILM GFX System And X Series Mirrorless Digital Cameras
Valhalla, N.Y., September 2, 2021 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation has unveiled the latest development roadmap for interchangeable FUJINON lenses designed for its GFX System and X Series mirrorless digital cameras.
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