All photos of cameras and lenses are from the Fuji product pages.
I’m a newly Fujifilm convert. At the moment I got a Fujifilm X100f as my travel and everyday camera.
X-T3 – Main camera
Fujifilm X-Pro 2
Below are photos of all the Fuji lenses I currently own (PS! I don’t own all the camera bodies attached to the lenses below, at least, not yet 😉 ). I’ll write some info on each of them, one of these days, perhaps even a full-blown review. Stay tuned.
This lens was one of the few lenses which made it thru my previous gear downscaling. I bought it to adapt and use on my Panasonic GH5, but just didn’t like the handling and results, most likely because at that point my focus was mainly on film, not photos. After collecting dust on a shelf for over a year I finally bought an adapter, mounted it on my X-E3, and went into the garden to take a few test shots. You can read more about the whole experiment here, but in conclusion, this is a lens for special occasions, which requires a bit more work while shooting and more post-processing than I’m just to using Fuji glass. But the results can be very interesting, and it’s a cheap alternative to very expensive lenses like the XF 56mm f/1.2, with a similar degree of bokeh.
In the hunt for the Fujinon XF 90mm f/2 I came across this lens as a cheaper alternative. I found a very nice bargain online but still haven’t gotten around to using it much, as the weather is a mix of gray & boring, with more or less constant rain sprinkled on top. I’ll get back with more photos as soon as possible, but the first impressions are;
Great build quality
Miss the aperture ring immediately
Autofocus seems ok, but in low light, my X-T3 was struggling a bit and missed focus several times, but I’m going to upgrade to the latest firmware and try again soon
I bought a second-hand X-E3 to see if it could fit my needs for a smaller, simpler camera, somewhere in between the X-T3 and the X100f. There was a lot to like about the X-E3, like the clean design, but finally, it just didn’t sit right with me and I sold it. It did inspire me to do my first real product shoot, ala Jonas Rask, which was fun. You can read more about it over here :-).
The Fujinon XF 27mm f/2.8 is a pancake lens, and probably the smallest XF lens on the market, at least from Fujifilm. It doesn’t have an aperture ring, which is a big negative for me and the focus was a bit unstable. I know a lot of people love this lens, especially paired with some of the smaller camera bodies from Fujifilm, like the X-T20, X-T30, or the X-E3, but for me, it didn’t work and I sold it just a few months after buying it. You can read more about it in my X-E3 & XF 27mm post.