The XF 27mm F2.8 is an ultra-compact 'normal' prime for Fujifilm's X-system mirrorless cameras, and offers a 40.5mm equivalent angle of view. It's the smallest and lightest X-mount lens at just 23mm / 0.9" thick, which means there's no space on the barrel for an aperture ring - instead this must be controlled from the camera's rear dial. X-Pro1 and X-E1 owners may need to update their firmware to make this work.
Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 Pancake Lens
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- 27mm focal length
- 40.5mm equivalent on APS-C cameras
- F2.8 maximum aperture; F16 minimum
- 39mm filters
- 0.34m/13" minimum focus
- Fujifilm X mount for X series interchangeable lens cameras
- Only 0.9 inches thick
- No aperture ring - must be controlled via camera (firmware upgrade may be necessary)
|Lens type||Prime lens|
|Max Format size||APS-C / DX|
|Focal length||27 mm|
|Lens mount||Fujifilm X|
|Number of diaphragm blades||7|
|Aperture notes||Rounded diaphragm|
|Special elements / coatings||1 aspherical element|
|Minimum focus||0.34 m (13.39″)|
|Full time manual||Yes|
|Weight||78 g (0.17 lb)|
|Diameter||61 mm (2.41″)|
|Length||23 mm (0.91″)|
|Materials||Metal barrel, metal mount|
|Filter thread||39 mm|
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Great lens. Good for just about anything and it is very compact. Why take it out with you? - For good focus accuracy - You want it compact and lightweight - When you like excellent image quality - Sexy looks without looking too excited - Discretion is important to you - You appreciate good built quality - One for all solutions with a bit of creativity suits you well Why not take it out? - You don't like excellent image quality - Big and extended is your wanabe have - The least bit of AF-motor ...
FUJINON X-Mount Lenses
Can someone explain the "R" designation on the majority of X-Mount lenses? Thanks!
$$Policy$$ wrote: Can someone explain the "R" designation on the majority of X-Mount lenses? Thanks! "The "R" stands for "Radius Angle" and refers to the Aperture Blade design on the Fujinon XF lenses. XF Lenses' diaphragm blades have the radius finely adjusted to ensure the opening is close to a true circle at all aperture settings" Continue Reading
vkphoto wrote: $$Policy$$ wrote: Can someone explain the "R" designation on the majority of X-Mount lenses? Thanks! "The "R" stands for "Radius Angle" and refers to the Aperture Blade design on the Fujinon XF lenses. XF Lenses' diaphragm blades have the radius finely adjusted to ensure the opening is close to a true circle at all aperture settings" I've never seen that definition before. Here are two different sources who say it means "Ring." http://photo.stackexchange.com/questions/22252/what-does-r-mean-in-fujifilms-xf-fujinon-lens-names/37453#37453 Also, the Fuji lens roadmap strongly also suggests it stands for "Ring": http://www.fujifilm.com/news/n130417_01.html All of their lenses have the "R." Except for the 27/2.8 pancake. Which is the only lens without a dedicated physical aperture control ring. Continue Reading
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