Fuji Lens Hub

Here you can get information, inspiration and more about the Fuji X-mount lenses


Introduction

Fuji (A short of the name Fujifilm) has always been one of the oldest players in the photography game. Their Xpro-1 changed everything and that camera also introduced the world the the Fuji X-mount. These are some pretty AMAZING lenses. Most of them are tack-sharp and render beautiful, jaw dropping images.

Fuji Lens reviews

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Recommendations

Best Fuji Lens for Street Photography: 18mm f/2

The best Fuji lens for Street Photography is the Fuji 18mm f/2. With the X-cameras crop factor of 1.5, this gives you a field of view of about 28mm (see my 28mm tips here). Not only that it is small. Fuji X cameras are already on the larger side so having a small lens is beneficial not only to keep a low profile but also not to get tired while roaming the streets.

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Best All-around Fuji Lens: 16-55mm f/2.8

This lens is simply stunning (you can check my Fuji 16-55 f2.8 review). It is sharp and makes for excellent images whatever you throw at it. Because it is a fast lens, it is great for beautiful bokeh and more. On a tight budget? There is also the slower 18-55 f2.8/4.

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Best Telephoto Fuji Lens: 50-140 f/2.8

This baby is the bokeh KING. On the telephoto end (as you can see in my Fuji 50-140 f/2.8 review) at 2.8 it just gives an amazing look that you just won't believe. It's incredibly fast, and really stunning to shoot in low light. If budget is an issue, you can get the much slower Fuji 55-200.

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Best Wide Angle Fuji Lens: 10-24mm f/4

This lens is slightly less wide than the Fuji 8-16mm but I like the range of Fuji 10-24mm better. The equivalent focal length is 15mm-36mm. It's fantastic to see the world in such wide angle as you can see in my Fuji 10-24mm f/4 review. If you need the speed, get the 8-16mm that has a constant 2.8 aperture range.

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Fuji Lens conclusion

There's a lens for every type of photographer out there. But if I had to chose just one, I'd get the 16-55 f2.8 for the versatility and all-around speed. It's that great and covers the general-use focal lengths.

Buying lenses

If you want to buy Fuji lenses, you can find them. There are still being made, so it's not like they are impossible to find. As always, some of the higher-end lenses (usually the fast ones) are more expensive than the others.

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