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|Weight||11.64 oz (330 g) 3 Please Note:excluding caps and lens hoodclose|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.56 x 2.77" (65 x 70.4 mm) 2 Please Note:97.9 mm (3.85") length when extended in telephotoclose|
|Filter Thread||Front:58 mm|
|Format Compatibility||DSLR (APS-C Sensor)|
|Angle of View||79.1° - 28.4°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||11.81" (30 cm)|
|Magnification||0.08 - 0.15x|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Elements/Groups||14/10 1 Please Note:3 aspherical elements and 1 abnormal dispersion elementclose|
|Focal Length||27.4 - 83.8mm
Comparable APS-C Focal Length: 18 - 55 mm
|Aperture||Maximum: f/2.8 - 4
|Camera Mount Type||Fujifilm X mount|
|Flash Synchronization||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Exposure Control||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
Handling and features This standard zoom lens for Fuji X-series cameras provides a field of view equivalent to a 27-84mm lens on a 35mm camera and sports Fujifilm's new linear focusing motor and optical image stabilisation, which promises to allow sharp hand-held images to be taken at shutter speeds...
Overall, this lens is a solid performer, producing images with excellent sharpness, especially in the centre of the image area. Great build quality and handling characteristics accompany the decent optical performance, which in turn makes the £480 asking price seem quite reasonable.
Excellent sharpness in the centre throughout the zoom range, Good build quality, Low distortion, Quick to focus, Effective optical stabiliser
Not as sharp towards the edges of the frame, CA levels a little high at 35mm
The Fujinon XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS may be the hottest reason to enter the Fuji system. It is amazingly sharp throughout the zoom and relevant aperture range. That is except for a high amount of field curvature at 18mm which make it necessary to stop down quite a bit in order to have an...
A+++ lens! Owning the XPro2 and X-T2 plus Fuji's 5 fastest X primes, I rented the Fuji 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR for scouting a recent client project. I was extremely happy with those images, but not that lens' bulk, weight, and the lack of stabilization (especially for 4k video).
this is the best kit lens that I ever had. Had the sony,canon kit lens.
I moved from Nikon D610 to this camera mainly because of chronic back problem. Nikon with its lenses was getting too be too heavy for me. Fuji XT-20 with this lens is just what I needed. This lens is just so amazing. I do not feel the need for primes for this range.
Purchased this lens for my X-T10 after returning the Fujifilm XF 16-55 2.8 (it was too heavy). This is much lighter and balances well with my camera. Images are sharp & have good contrast with great color. Feels solid and seems very well made.
I was expecting a slight loss of sharpness compared to a prime lens, but this zoom is a pleasant surprise, especially in the middle apertures. It's not quite as sharp as the 23mm prime, but viewing images at full frame reveals no discernible difference. The zoom range is useful.
You don't always expect a "kit lens" to be that sharp and amazing, but compared to every other kit lens I've used, this one is by far the best. Great stabilization, good sharpness across the board, especially in the optimal f stop range.
I love this lens, it is light, efficient, sharp and better than many other top notch lenses of different brands. I have been using it for three years now and bought other two as presents to my friends .
Got this to work with the Pro2, I'm just a one-lens person. It seems really sharp, and is a nice size and weight for the camera. The zoom is just enough for landscape or portraits. Together they feel smaller and tougher that a DSLR.
I've had this lens for a bit over six months, and used it quite a bit. The "wise men" of the Internet will tell you that this is a variable-aperture zoom, built to a relatively low price point as a kit lens for some of the less expensive mirrorless Fujis.
Bought this lens and a X Pro1 to replace a older Canon 5D. I'm getting older and wanted something smaller and lighter. Lens and camera have exceeded my expectations. Have found the OIS works and has allowed me to take low light hand held pictures that I would miss with my 5D.