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|Weight||1.19 lb (540 g)|
|Filter Thread||Front:62 mm|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.95 x 4.13" (75 x 105 mm)|
|Angle of View||17.9°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||1.97' (60 cm)|
|Diaphragm Blades||7, Rounded|
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 137 mm
|Camera Mount Type||Fujifilm X mount|
|Package Weight||2.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.6 x 6.2 x 4.8"|
Although the 90mm gives superb results when stopped down, what is more important to most users is its performance at maximum aperture, and Fujifilm has absolutely got it right with this lens.
Although not as popular as it once was, the 135mm field of view is ideal for portraits, thanks to the flattering effect of compressed perspective. This lens lends itself to that kind of photography well ,with very high sharpness levels in the centre, a fast maximum aperture and quick, accurate...
Very good sharpness in the centre at maximum aperture, Outstanding sharpness across the frame when stopped down, Relatively lightweight, Traditional design, Excellent build, Weather sealing, Quick focusing, Low distortion and falloff
Focus mechanism can rattle as it is free to move inside the lens when not in use - although this is completely normal!
I admit that after the test of that lens my impressions are a bit mixed. On the one hand you get an excellent instrument, performing very well in almost all categories. It features a solid, sealed casing of good quality, its image resolution is brilliant already from the maximum relative aperture...
solid and sealed casing,, sensational image quality in the frame centre,, good image resolution on the edge of the frame,, slight longitudinal chromatic aberration,, negligible lateral chromatic aberration,, imperceptible spherical aberration,, almost zero distortion,, excellent coma correction,,...
high price,, on stopping down the aperture work against bright light leaves a lot to be desired.
I've worked with a great many lenses over the years in all formats and in countless scenarios. The Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2 R LM WR is the best optical performer I've ever experienced. It clearly out-resolves the sensor in my XT1.
I've been spoiled with good glass, having used some highly regarded lenses. This lens really reminds me of Nikon's 200mm f/2, a $6000 beast of a lens. It, like the 200mm, focuses lightening quick on my XT-2 with battery grip in performance mode, and renders extremely sharp images with exceptional...
I bought this lens hyped be reviews and blogs and forums Optical quality is stellar, but claiming this is a WR lens is a lie. Within just one outing, using this "WR" lens in a WR camera (XP2) a lint of duts is now behind the front lens element.
Light. No OIS but has not born and issue so far. Sharp images and good focal length.
I just love the sharpness and fast AF this lens develops, its juts crazy, its crazy sharp and the bokeh it gives you its just lovely.I fully recommend it!
After just three months of owning this lens, with great reluctance I sold my favourite Minolta 85mm prime, which I've owned for 15 years. That's the awesomeness of this (surprisingly light) Fuji glass.
The sharpest lens I've ever had. Beautiful bokeh. Ulta fast auto focus. Can't recommend enough. 10/10
I photograph weddings professionally and have been making the switch from Nikon to Fuji for numerous reasons. The 90mm gives an effective 135mm (FF) field of view with Fuji's X System so much of my own comparison has been between the Fuji 90mm and the Nikkor 135mm f/2 DC lens.
Amazing lens. Shot my first wedding after buying it with the xt-2. No one could tell it was my first time! I was seriously blown away by the quality of the depth of field and the bokeh. Amazing image quality and colors right out of the camera. Zero Photoshop or editing on these examples.
The sharpest lens Fuji makes. this one should be in your kit.