- Product Dimensions: 7 x 6.5 x 6.5 cm ; 308 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 503 g
- Item Model Number: 16276479
- ASIN: B0092MD6S0
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 8 February 2018
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Fujinon XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS
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- 18-55mm f:2.8 - 4.0 OIS (27 - 84mm equivalent)
- 14 Elements in 10 groups (inc. 3 aspherical & 1 extra low dispersion Elements)
- Angle of View: 76.5 - 29 Degrees
- Filter Size: 58mm
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With this single versatile zoom featuring a maximum aperture of F2.8 and a broad focal length range from 27mm* wide angle to 84mm* telephoto, the photographer can respond to a variety of scenes. Superbly portable thanks to its compact size, the fast linear motor-driven autofocus and the built-in functionality of four stops of image stabilization ensure comfortable, confident shooting even in challenging situations.
* 35mm format equivalent
Type: XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS
Lens construction: 14 elements in 10groups (includes 3 aspherical and 1 extra low dispersion elements)
Focal length: f=18 - 55 mm
35mm format equivalent: 27-84 mm
Angle of view: 79.1° - 28.4°
Max. aperture: F2.8 - F4
Min. aperture: F22
Number of blades : 7(rounded diaphragm opening)
Stop size : 1/3EV (19 stops)
Wide: Approx. 30cm - ∞
Telephoto: Approx. 40cm - ∞
Max. magnification: 0.08 - 0.15x
External dimensions: ø65.0mm x 70.4mm(Wide)/97.9mm(Telephoto)
Weight (excluding caps and hoods): Approx. 310g
Filter size: ø58mm
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It’s a useful focal length.
The glass is of fantastic quality. I absolutely love the photos this lens produces regardless of what Fuji camera I put it on.
I come from Nikon to Fuji and this lens is on par with some of my 1500.00 plus lenses.
It’s light and focuses lightning fast (on the xt2).
The aperture is not written on the ring but you don’t miss it as it’s noted on the screen and in the view finder.
So other than the aperture ring how is it better than the XC18-55? The most significant (to me) is is the larger maximum aperture which helps i n low light not just allow a lower ISO and or faster shutter speed but more light reaching the sensor seems to make the AF a little more accurate. lso, the larger aperture aids in reducing DoF when I want to isolate the subject. I suppose it is sharper as well but that's only comes into play if you want a really big print. No one benefit is enough to make be prefer this over the XC, but rather it is the combination of lots of small advantages that make the difference.
However, there continue to be times when the noticeably lighter weight and smaller size of the X-E2 + XC16-50mm are preferred, so I hang on to both.