22 Oct The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Source: Little Big Travelling Camera

FUJIFILM X-T1 (25.4mm, f/8, 1/7 sec, ISO200)

I know sometimes I use too many words in my blog post. But not this time!

In this article I will keep it short. I will describe the good, the bad and the ugly of the primes  from Fuji. The list only includes lenses I own or have owned. Lenses that I have used my travels and business trips. Lenses that I know inside out.

Without further ado – here are the lenses.

Fuji XF 14/2.8 R

the good: zero distortion, super sharp, small and light, AF-clutch the bad: the lens hood the ugly: the lose aperture ring

Fuji XF 16/1.4 WR

the good: very sharp, nice Bokeh, WR, AF-clutch, close focus distance the bad: big and heavy (in the APS-C mirrorless world) the ugly: the lens hood (replacement is a must buy)

Fuji XF 18/2.0 R

the good: sharp, small and light, fast AF, nice lens hood the bad: some distortion (though automatically corrected in LR) the ugly: the lose aperture ring

Fuji XF 23/1.4 R

the good: beautiful rendering, nice Bokeh and very good subject isolation the bad: rather big and heavy, partly blocks the OVF of the X-Pro cameras the ugly: AF unreliable in poor light, ugly lens hood (replacement is a must buy)

Fuji XF 23/2.0 WR

the good: very sharp, small and light, WR, perfect aperture ring the bad: not sharp at close distances, maybe the lens hood the ugly: –

Fuji XF 27/2.8 R

the good: surprisingly

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