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Full Review of the Fuji XF 18-135mm Weather Sealed Lens — 17 Comments

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  6. I am having trouble getting pictures of action coming toward me with the X-T1. I had been using a Nikon D800. I have all of the current XF zooms incl the 18-135. I would be interested in you settings for images like the bike coming toward you. Such as: AF-C or AF-S, CH or CL, focus priority, etc.

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  16. Hello Dan and thanks for you advises ! I m from south of France and I shoot a lot in the pyrenean mountain. Im thinking to change My Nikon + accessories to buy an XT2 with 18 135 for every day and I would like to buy an landscape lens especially for montain landscape (sunrise sunset …) I always go there with a tripod. can you give me your way of thinking about it please thx.

  17. Hi Romain, I think you’d be very happy with an X-T2, and any of the Fuji lenses. You’ll find that it produces excellent image quality, no matter what lens you’re using. The 18-135 is certainly a good choice, what focal lengths do you typically like to shoot?

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