Designed exclusively for the FUJIFILM X mount.
Optics optimised for the image sensors of Fujifilm X system cameras are implemented. Without relying on the camera's optical correction function, phenomena such as distortion, light reduction and colour coverage at the periphery of the image are suppressed.
Information communication with the body via electronic contacts
Electronic contacts ensure reliable electrical communication between the lens and body. The combination of a telecommunications-compatible body and the latest firmware(*1) enables Exif information, focus check and shooting distance-linked display, as well as in-body image stabilisation and parallax correction with certain models.
Manual focus for reliable focusing
The use of an all-metal helicoid unit machined and adjusted to a high degree of precision and high-quality grease that produces just the right amount of torque ensures smooth focusing operation. Subtle focusing adjustment is possible.
Beautiful bokeh effect with 10 aperture blades
A 10-element aperture is used to keep the hole formed by the aperture blades close to a circular shape. The out-of-focus area is naturally rendered and point light sources, for example, are not polygonal but rounded and softly bokeh.
Aperture ring with direct mechanical control
The aperture ring is directly linked to the opening and closing of the aperture blades, as in the case of lenses for VM and mirrorless mounts from Foktrendor. 1/3-step clicking allows the user to feel the direct control of the mechanism.
Maximum magnification 1:2
The minimum focusing distance is 0.163 m. The front-focusing system uses six elements in the front four groups to move back and forth for focusing. Compared with the method in which the entire optical system is eased out, the front focus system enables a shorter extension while ensuring high image quality across the entire range, from long distance to close-up.
Axial chromatic aberration and lateral chromatic aberration have been thoroughly suppressed in order to accommodate today's high pixel digital sensors.
Note on telecommunications-compatible bodies *1
Although this product is equipped with electronic contacts, there are restrictions on the bodies that can be used for telecommunications. Please check the body list below. (surveyed in Feb 2022).
Telecommunications compatible models and firmware *2 *3
- X-H1 - v2.13 or higher
- X-T4 - v1.25 or higher
- X-T3 - v4.12 or higher
- X-T2 *4 - v4.40 or higher
- X-PRO3 - v1.23 or above
- X-S10 - v2.10 or above
- X-E4 - v1.04 or higher
- X-T30 - v1.41 or higher
- X-T30 II - v1.00 or higher
Models not compatible with telecommunications *5
- X-T - X-T1, X-T20, X-T10, X-T200, X-T100
- X-Pro - X-Pro2, X-Pro1
- X-E - X-E3, X-E2, X-E1
- X-M - X-M1
- X-A - X-A7, X-A5, X-A3, X-A2, X-A1
*2 It is recommended to change the depth-of-field display to film standard (the same value as the depth scale engraved on the product) in the body settings.
*3 Use the latest firmware as performance may not be achieved or some functions may be restricted if the firmware is not up to date. For information on checking the firmware of the camera body used and obtaining the latest firmware, please refer to the camera body instruction manual.
*4 When using the X-T2, changing the aperture value display setting from TNo to FNo in the body settings will enable the aperture value to be displayed in Fno.
*5 When using with models that do not support telecommunications, change the [Release without lens] setting to [Permitted] in the body settings.