As you know, the upcoming Fujinon GF30mm f/3.5 specs have already leaked here.
We wait for nokishita to leak the images in the next few days, and as soon as it happens, I’ll report about it on FujiRumors.
Of course there will be a live blogging. When exactly? Well… let’s say you should just trust my sixth sense. I will start the live blog 0.01 seconds after the lens has been announced, don’t worry about that at all. ;)
The Fujinon GF 30mm f/3.5 equals to a much loved focal length among Fujifilm APS-C X-shooters, the 16mm (in terms of primes, there are the XF16mm f/1.4, and the compact XF16mm f/2.8).
If we want to be precise, the Fujinon GF30mm f/3.5, converted in other formats, is about:
- Full Frame: 23mm f/2.8
- APS-C: 16mm f/1.8
To me, that’s a very nice focal length.
The GF30mm f/3.5 also seems to be well balanced in terms of price and size, as you can see from the leaks here and from the size comparison with the Fujinon GF23mm f/4 and the Fujinon GF 45mm f/2.8 we made in this post.
The Advantage of GF lenses
Fujinon GF lenses are about the top lenses you can get on the market.
And in fact, one crucial advantage of medium format GF lenses over full frame or APS-C lenses, is that they can be designed for much higher resolution than lenses for smaller formats.
This is why, if sharp images with tons of detail is what you are looking for, then the best and most future proof system you can buy into (without breaking the bank), is the GFX system.
I am sure the new Fujinon GF30mm f/3.5 will keep the excellent G mount tradition, and deliver spectacular results, too.
And in order to celebrate the arrival of the Fujinon GF30mm f/3.5, I thought I share a rounudp of GFX images, with some selected photographs taken by members of our massive Fujifilm GFX facebook group.
The roundup includes many Fujinon G mount lenses, but not only that.
The GFX system is a joy to use with adapted lenses, hence in this roundup, you’ll find GFX cameras taking picutres with the following lenses:
I hope you will enjoy the images below as much as I did, and I wish you a fantastic day ahead.
The GFX Community
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