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What I take from this review is :- Better AF and WP, neat hood - otherwise no better and lacking in some aspects compared to the current 35mm f1.4. Fuji should have gone further and included the manual focus and DOF scale of the 14/16/23mm lenses. Also note that the lens is designed for easier use with an OVF finder yet the parallax correction doesn't work well with this lens on the X-Pro1 - good and bad news there because if it is shaped for but doesn't work correctly with the XP1 OVF --- it must be made for an X-Pro2! Anyway make up your own minds. http://www.thephoblographer.com/2015/11/10/review-fujifilm-35mm-f2-r-wr-fujifilm-x-mount/#.VkNRnOJQ22z
Heres Dobby, our houseguest for a week, he's our friends dog and we look after him occasionally. He gets on great with "Blue" our black Lab. He's such a great little character, and we love having him stay. Recently got the Pro 2, also recently sold my 35mm 1.4, and regretted it so ended up getting the 35mm f2 to see what its like. Can't say I like the look of it on the camera as much as the 1.4, don't like how it narrows. But getting some nice shots out of it, as with everything it will take some getting used to. Â Shot this on Acros, but wanted to see how LR CC compares when changing the RAW to the same setting in Post. They were identical so LR in this respect does a very good job. Â Anyway, heres "Dobby" Â X Pro2, 1/80, f/3.2, ISO 1000, 35mm F2. Â Â Dobby.jpgÂ byÂ Peter Goodwin, on Flickr
uaru posted a topic in General DiscussionI made an entry on my blog with some impressions on the new Fuji equipment. http://www.yamato-nadeshiko.info/en/2016/01/16/fujifilm-x-w-tokyo/ If you like it, you might click Like on my FB (I remind you, I upload there photos from my journey to Japan almost every day)