Fujifilm’s small weather sealed lens line-up receives a new member. Meet the 16mm f:2.8 !
The S gets a smaller brother with the launch of the R. More compact but like a beefed up X-E3 seems to be a great choice for travel. At the same time Fujifilm updated its lens roadmap with:
Fujinon GF 100-200mm f:5.6 R LM OIS WR telephoto zoom lens
Fujinon GF 50mm f:3.5 R LM WR compact prime lens
Fujinon GF 45-100mm f:4 R LM OIS WR ”standardish” zoom lens
If one just starts into photography going through the analog door or wants to taste this undigital medium, this black and white film ”monobath” developer (developer and fixer in one!) seems to be the most quick and convenient way to do it. Perfect solution for about 2-3 rolls a week 😉
The official site and information: Cinestill
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Being the entry level model in Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras lineup and bringing the central EVF “hump” in a dSLR style (the “T” line), the X-T100 offers well known features of the X-A5 and some of its bigger brother, the X-T20, as well as a fully articulating LCD screen (even more flexible the the one on X-T2 and X-H1). Not bad for a $600 price point!
Bad news (at least what I today found out) from Cosina … besides no more Bessas,
NOKTON 35mm F1.2 Aspherical,
NOKTON 50mm F1.5 Asphrical Black/Silver,
ULTRA-WIDE HELIAR 12mm F5.6 Aspherical Black/Silver,
NOKTON 40mm F2 SL II N Aspherical EF,
or 35mm VIEW FINDER or any other finder or adapters
and MANY, many more