07 Jun Looking Thru The Fujinon XF 60mmF2.4 R
Source: The Common Sense Photographer
I’ve been wondering lately if the XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro is as good on the Fujifilm X-T2 as it was on the X-T1. The XF 60mm was one of the first lens released for the X-Trans series and there has been quite a bit of good glass released since the XF 60mm.
So I did a bit of shooting around the yard as well as with my friend Spot.
I really didn’t get that close with the lens to try it’s true macro close focus and I didn’t attempt to add any extension rings. Just shot some pictures.And in small images it seems sharp enough. But if you zoom in I’m not finding the absolute sharp spot that I was hoping for.
Wide open the fall off is quite pleasing.
One thing I was pleasantly surprised about was it lens focus ability. If you want to find out your camera and lens work well together see if it can focus on wispy clouds in the sky. I had no problem with this lens on the X-T2.
I was even able to capture the dragon fly in the foreground in this image. Probably have to click on it to see it.
Working with flash with Spot as the model. The color
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