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The Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 is another hotcake prime lens in Fujifilm's XF line-up. Good with the X-Pro1, X-E1 and the new X-M1 conservative framework cameras, the 27mm F2.8 lens brags an edge of-perspective reach like that of a 41mm lens in a 35mm framework. Weighing only 78g and measuring 23mm long, different highlights incorporate an iris stomach with seven adjusted sharp edges, an optical recipe that contains 5 components in 4 bunches including a glass formed aspheric component which decreases picture twisting, FUJINON's proprietary HT-EBC Coating, fast AF reaction, and a metal mount and centering ring. The Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 lens is accessible in silver or dark for £379.99/$449.99 in the UK and the US, individually.
The Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 is an extremely smaller "hotcake" prime lens, weighing only 78g and measuring a simple 23mm top to bottom. As should be obvious in the photos underneath, it supplements the new Fujifilm X-M1 exceptionally well, shaping an extremely thin and light bundle and more than coordinating the body as far as its fabricate quality.
The Fujifilm 27mm lens gloats a metal mount and centering ring, high-review plastic barrel and non-turning 39mm channel string.
The center ring is smooth in real life without being free. Justifiably given the lens' general size, the center ring is somewhat limited, and it has no "hard stops" at either end of the center extent.
The Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 lens doesn't have a conventional opening ring on the lens barrel. Rather the opening is set by means of the camera body, so X-Pro1 and X-E1 proprietors must overhaul their camera body's firmware to empower gap change by means of the camera's order dial.
The Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 lens has an inward centering (IF) framework with a significant capable of being heard high-torque coreless DC engine. By and by, we observed the auto-center to be entirely quick and precise. Because of the IF component the front of the lens does not pivot on center, which is uplifting news for anybody hoping to utilize the lens in conjunction with a polariser or graduated impartial thickness channel.
Chromatic variations, commonly seen as purple or blue edges along contrasty edges, are not by any means an issue with the Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8 lens, as appeared in the case beneath.
Quick and exact self-adjust is given by an inherent, high-torque DC coreless engine and its single metal lens ring offers precise manual center ability. An aspherical lens component minimizes variations for sharp general imaging and its 7 adjusted edge stomach carries with it a satisfying out-of-center region. Fujinon's HT-EBC lens covering diminishes reflections at a more extensive wavelength and minimizes flares and ghosting. Its base center separation is 13.4"
Despite the fact that this lens doesn't give off an impression of being exceptionally mainstream, I believe it's a truly decent photographic apparatus. Everything begins with the central length, and I need to concede that for me the field of perspective of a 40mm lens is the most adaptable for a wide range of photography, particularly road photography. It falls between a 35mm and a 50mm.
The XF 27mm f/2.8 is an exceptionally conservative and lightweight lens that feels comfortable on any Fujifilm X-arrangement body. The Fuji 27mm f2.8 is for the most part anodised aluminum, yet it has a plastic channel string. Actually, I couldn't care less that it's made in China and that it doesn't have a gap ring. All things considered, it's a hotcake lens.
It focusses quick and precise and totally noiseless. The front lens component moves in and out as the lens focusses.
Picture quality is incredible, particularly for a hotcake plan. Pictures are truly sharp and contrasty with reasonable hues. The remedied documents don't have much twisting. There's some delicateness in the great corners completely open, yet whatever remains of the picture is super sharp. I attempted the new 35mm f/2, yet I was marginally frustrated with the sharpness and returned it. The 27mm is that great.