Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm XF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
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JR, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: Extremely impressed with this lens. I feel that this lens on my X-E1 outperforms my old Nikon D7000/70-300 VR in every aspect aside from speed of auto focus. The image quality and contrast are everything you would expect from Fuji.
Excerpt: This zoom delivers good optical quality for the price. It is a little bit heavy comparing to the weight of the X-T1 body, but nothing to be compared with what would weight the same in full frame. The stabilization works great.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Another great Fujinon lens. Very sharp, great Bokeh. Can almost double as a macro lens due to close focus distance at 200mm. I found the autofocus to be a little "hesitant" in certain situations, particularly in scenes with lack of contrast between elements. Focus "peaking" helps in this circumstance. Would not hesitate to purchase again.
Excerpt: Do I need to say it again, I Love it. It became a new way of seeing space compressed and compositions exploding on print that cannot be seen by the eye.<br />I debated about going to the 10mm-18mm, which I will do next, but went for long never really have a long lens before. Shooting people in a crowd or nature closer up, it was a surprise to see elements play against each other that I did not see before, now I am looking.
Excerpt: With this lens now I can leave the heavy DSLR at home and only carry my X-T1 with the 18-55 and this one. I use it for a wide range of situations, from events to portraits and sports, it always performed very well, indoor and outdoor. Very sharp lens with good color rendering, minimal distorsion, and the OIS is very effective. The zoom ring is very stiff, but it seems to be getting a little better after few weeks of not so heavy use. built quality is very good.