For the world’s supposed first f/1.0 autofocus lens for mirrorless cameras, I was stoked to try out this incredible new lens from the camera-master, Fuji. This lens brings in more light than previous XF lenses, making this bad boy a creamy bokeh dream for shooting portraits.
You know me, I love Fuji. This camera brand is no stranger to incredible JPEGs straight from the sensor’s source, making it easy for edits on the fly. The flip-up screen is a game changer for those wishing to shoot from the hip while capturing the streets. When I placed this gorgeous lens on my camera, I immediately loved the results. As an avid portrait maker, I couldn’t help but gloat at the creamy bokeh behind my subject’s body.
What We Love:
The Depth of Field Is Otherworldly
The XF50mm F1.0 R WR comprises 12 lens elements, making this lens a technical masterpiece for bokeh vibes.
Its tack-sharp ability to focus on even the most minuscule details makes this a winner in my book.
Great In Low-Light
Even when the sun is low, and the clouds are in, the camera hardly struggles against extremely low light conditions.
Product Type: Lens for Mirrorless Cameras
Best For: Portrait photographers looking for tack-sharp details under lovely bokeh scenarios.
What It Has:
- Lens Cap
- Protective Cover
- Limited 1-Year Warranty
- Creamy Bokeh
What It Captures:
- Unparalleled Detail
- Shallow Depth of Field
- Precise Autofocus
- Near-Dark Scenarios
- Achieve an Incredibly Shallow Depth-Of-Field: Used at or near its maximum F1.0 aperture, XF50mmF1.0 R WR can produce an astonishingly narrow depth-of-field. Its precision-engineered, rounded diaphragm produces large, smooth bokeh for a professional look, allowing you to create portraits with striking simplicity and an almost three-dimensional quality.
- Be Ready to Make Images in Low-Light Conditions: The wide maximum aperture on XF50mmF1.0 R WR gives you more options for making images in low-light conditions. At night or in darkened interiors, XF50mmF1.0 R WR offers the widest apertures yet seen on an XF Lens, allowing you to draw in more light.
- Precise Focus for Those Critical Moments: Focusing must be precise to make the most of its super-shallow depth-of-field. For this, XF50mmF1.0 R WR uses 120º of rotation in its focusing ring to let you focus manually without error –and achieve accurate focus when using your X Series camera’s Focus Peaking and Focus Assist modes.