Viltrox 23mmF1.4, 33mmF1.4 and 56mmF1.4 Limited White Edition Launched

Viltrox has launched a limited white edition of their Viltrox 23mmF1.4 33mmF1.4 56mmF1.4 for Fujifilm X series.

There are a total of 500 lenses available worldwide and you can check them out here.

Viltrox AF 13mm f/1.4 XF Available for Pre-Order (Worldwide) and Shipping April 10

The Viltrox AF 13mm f/1.4 is finally available for pre-order directly at the Viltrox store here (with worldwide shipping).

They expect to start delivery on April 10.

For fastest shipping, it is recommended to purchase directly at the Viltrox store.

You can pre-order it also at BHphoto here with expected shipping start in late April.

Viltrox AF 13mm f/1.4 Now Shipping in Germany

As reported at the German website Photoscala, the Viltrox AF 13mm f/1.4 is now shipping via the German Rollei store here. The stores says it will ship it in 2/3 days. It costs €339 only!

It’s strange that it will ship so early in Germany. In fact, the lens is so far not yet listed at the Viltrox store itself, while BHphoto, who has the lens for pre-order here, expects to ship it by late April.

You can find the Viltrox 13mm f/1.4 for pre-order at BHphoto here and Pergear here.


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Viltrox 13mm f/1.4: Hitting Fujifilm Where it Hurts Most

Mattias Burling published its Viltrox 13mm f/1.4 review. Down below you find the video as well as a summary.

  • Viltrox hits Fuji where it hurts.
  • wide fast Fujinon lenses are quite expensive
  • XF16mm f/1.4 costs $1,000, and its worth it, as the image quality is that good
  • but the XF16mmF1.4 is big and heavy, so Mattias left the 16/1.4 often at home and used the XF18mmF2 and XF16mmF2.8 instead
  • Viltrox 13mm f/1.4 costs around $500
  • if you don’t use the Viltrox 13mm f/1.4 as your main lens, then it is definitely good enough
  • there is some barrel distortion that you have to fix in post (Fujinon lenses correct internally) and it’s not perfectly sharp from corner to corner but for Mattias needs it is certainly sharp enough
  • he used it on a lower resolution Fujifilm X-M1 and he is please with the results
  • autofocus is quite fast, any shortcomings in terms of AF are probably related to the Fujifilm X-M1
  • sun flares are quite manageable and nice looking
  • a bit of vignette, but easy to remove in post
  • all metal built
  • smooth focus ring
  • clicked aperture ring and just stiff enough
  • if you want a fast, wide AF lens for the Fuji system without spending too much money, this is pretty much it, as image quality is not bad at all

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