20
Jan
2013

Fujinon XF lens XF 14mm F2.8 R In Stock In Japan

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The brand new Fujinon XF lens XF 14mm F2.8 R is in stock on eBay in Japan for $1,097 (click here).

More pre-order option for the Fujinon XF lens XF 14mm F2.8 R (expected availability January 31 2013): B&H | Adorama. You may also want to check Rico’s post about using the 14mm clicking here.

Specs:

  • Fast, Ultra Wide-Angle Prime Lens
  • 21mm Focal Length Equivalency
  • f/2.8-22 Aperture Range
  • Molded Aperture Diaphragm Blades
  • Great Perspective, Minimal Distortion
  • Fits Fujifilm X-Pro-1 Digital Camera

Product description from B&H’s page:

The XF 14mm f/2.8 R Ultra Wide-Angle Lens from Fujifilm is designed for its X-Pro 1 Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera System. This is the fourth prime lens Fujifilm has introduced for the X-Pro 1 and its widest focal length to date. Its 35mm focal length equivalency is 21mm and its angle of view is 89º. Landscape vistas, architectural shots, interiors and even street photography will benefit from the creative perspective and minimized distortion that this lens offers. Light is evenly distributed from the center to the edge of the frame and it retains excellent contrast and high resolution with little fall-off or distortion toward the edges. Its f/2.8 maximum aperture and wide angle mean fast shutter speeds are possible even in minimal light and fast, smooth autofocus is there when needed. The aperture diaphragm blades on all XF lenses are curved and the edge of each blade is rounded rather than cut-off creating a more pleasing effect to your image, especially in terms of the background bokeh. Focus distance and depth-of-field scales are printed on the focus ring to aid composition when emphasizing depth of field.

The XF 14mm f/2.8 lens offers high-quality optics and an extreme wide-angle perspective to explore your creativity with the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 digital camera.

Wide angle perspective with 21mm focal length equivalency
High resolution from the center of the image to its periphery

Molded aperture blades and rounded diaphragm opening create pleasing bokeh