• […] The Fuji XF 50-140 f/2.8 offers incredible image quality and fast autofocus tracking. It's ideal for shooting action, sports, adventure and people and is the perfect companion lens for the X-T1.  […]

  • […] he’s a down to earth professional who appreciates good kit and knows how to use it. In this article he takes the Fuji 50-140mm through its paces and it’s a great review of the […]

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  • […] bought a second X-T1 body, (the graphite one), the superb new XF 50-140mm f/2.8 and the XF 23mm f/1.4. I’m really looking forward to using that lens!! In the past, […]

  • Matt says:

    I went from Nikon to Fuji when the X-Pro1 was announced a few years back. Although the X-Pro1 delivered beautiful photos, it missed a few on a few things that I consider important- one of them autofocus and another was evf responsiveness. With these greatly improved in the X-T1 AND the new pro lenses Fuji offers, I think they may be seeing my business again in the near future. Favorite lenses for my Nikon kit are the my 24-70 2.8, 70-200 2.8 and 85 1.4 and Fuji has all of those covered. You just can’t beat the size-weight for the comparable image quality of heavier dslr equipment!

    Nice write-up and thanks for the sample pics. I like using my long range 70-200 2.8 for the creamy backgrounds and sharp subjects. It looks like Fuji nailed it. It also looks like the handgrip for the X-T1 would come in handy for this lens and the 16-55 to balance it out.

  • […] fast f/2.8 tele zooms, like my old Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8, and now the Fuji XF 50-140 f/2.8. (Read my full review of the Fuji 50-140) When you’re photographing action, nothing beats having that kind of speed, and no matter […]

  • […] was a split second shot, the middle frame in a series of 3 images, shot at 8 fps with the XF50-140mm f/2.8 lens. I barely got it, and as you can see, it happened so fast, I didn’t even have time to […]

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