Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm XF 23mm f/1.4 R
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Nice lens but...
RD, B&H Photo
5 April 2016
Excerpt: I was looking for a good street shooting lens and it is very bright and the auto focus is really fast. But the auto focus and even the manual focus is really noisy compared to say the new 18 - 135mm which is almost silent.
Summary: Wonderful lens. Perhaps a little larger than I'd prefer attached to my X-T10, but it's not actually large, and is capable of producing wonderful images, even wide open. If I don't want to carry extra lenses, this is the one I attach most times as the wide-normal 35mm-equivalent focal length is very...
Summary: Such a satisfying piece of glass. Results are stunning. On my camera unless I have tripod slung over my shoulder. Even the photos you expect to delete off your sheet a millisecond after pulling the trigger turn out OK. This lens is lethal in the right hands.
Excerpt: The lens provides sharp images with good subject isolation. The focus ring moves forward or back to either lock the lens in auto or manual focus. There is a DOF scale and distance measurements are revealed when moving the ring back to engage manual focus.
Excerpt: This lens felt solidly built in my hands and did not weigh down the X-E2 body that I attached it to. It's a fast lens but only one stop faster than the X100 series' lens. One thing I couldn't understand is why the camera can't display the focus distance when it is on manual.