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FUJINON LENS XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WRNew

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Price $1,550

Media Reviews

"The XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR is a near-perfect general purpose lens, with image quality that can normally only be achieved by using primes. It's exceptionally sharp at all focal lengths and apertures, with extremely low distortion, chromatic aberration and vignetting. Autofocus is very fast, almost completely silent, and consistently accurate."

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August 2015

"One thing that might cause someone to pause, is that this lens does not have image stabilization. Unless you’re shooting a lot of video, in which case you probably don’t own the X-T1 anyway, the lack of image stabilization is practically a non issue. The images were sharp from edge to edge and beautifully so; it wasn’t just because this second wedding was outside, on a gorgeous day with perfect lighting and a beautiful couple either. The 16-55mm locked in on my subjects quickly and seamlessly, the images produced were crisp and clean. No distortion to be seen anywhere."

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April, 9 2015

TIPA Best Compact System Camera Expert Zoom Lens Award - The “FUJINON XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR” X Mount Interchangeable lens

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April, 9 2015

"With the release of this high-quality, medium-telephoto zoom lens (24-84mm full-frame equivalent), Fujifilm has given a large segment of professional photographers all of the tools they need… Make no mistake, this is a professional-quality lens."

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March 16, 2015

"This is "THE" best general purpose lens you can buy from Fuji right now. - The lens is sharp all over and you only need to select the right aperture for a desired depth of field."

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February 22, 2015

"It's been four months now since I've been shooting with the Fuji 16-55 F2.8 weather sealed beauty and I'd have to say it is my most used and favourite lens to date. Fuji makes awesome prime lenses as well and I currently have the 23 and the 35 but when carrying around the 16-55 it feels as if you have four prime lenses on your camera all at once."

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January 27, 2015