High performance, standard focal length prime lens delivers sharp images with fast autofocus
Weather-resistant structure in a compact lightweight design for ease of use
FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) has announced that the new “FUJINON XF35mmF2 R WR” will be added to the premium mirrorless camera “X-Series” interchangeable lens line-up in November 2015. It offers a focal length equivalent to 53mm* with the angle of view similar to that of the human eye, and a maximum aperture of F2.0.
The “FUJINON XF35mmF2 R WR” is a standard focal length prime lens which delivers sharp images with rich bokeh. The optical construction of 9 elements in 6 groups (including two aspherical elements) achieves the perfect balance of high image quality and compact size. The lens features the smallest diameter of the line-up and thanks to the inner focus system and stepping motor, it achieves an autofocus time of just 0.08 sec**. The exterior of the lens is weather and dust-resistant and can work in temperatures as low as -10℃. The lens is ideal for any scene and application. This is the new standard for all photography fans.
(1) Sharp high image-quality
(2) Compact and discrete optical design
(3) Fast autofocus of 0.08 sec
(4) All metal exterior, water and dust-resistant and -10℃ low-temperature operation
(5) Two types of lens hood
|Type||FUJINON LENS XF35mmF2 R WR|
|Lens configuration||9 elements 6 groups|
|(includes two aspherical elements)|
|Focal length||f=35mm (35mm format equivalent：53mm)|
|Angle of view||44.2°|
|Aperture control||Number of blades||9(rounded diaphragm opening)|
|Step size||1/3step (19 steps)|
|Focus range||35cm - ∞|
|External dimensions: Diameter x Length (approx.)||φ60.0mm x 45.9mm|
|(distance from camera lens mount flange)|
|Weight (approx.) (excluding caps and hoods)||170g|
|Accessories included||Lens cap FLCP-43
Lens rear cap RLCP-001
A firmware update is required for the all Fujifilm X series camera bodies in order to provide full compatibility. This firmware is planned to be available on October 29th 2015.
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