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Fujifilm XF 56mm F1.2 R APD


Rp18,499,000

Fujifilm

The new FUJINON XF56mmF1.2 R APD (Apodization) is a fast and nearly silent lens for FUJIFILM X-Series CSC’s that has a maximum aperture of F1.2 to make it the world’s brightest autofocus lens for digital cameras with an APS-C sensor. In addition, the new apodizing filter makes it the ideal choice for portrait photography where every detail is crystal clear, with images set on a gorgeous bokeh with smooth outlines for pictures with a three-dimensional feel.

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Principal specifications
Lens type Prime lens
Max Format size APS-C / DX
Focal length 56 mm
Image stabilization No
Lens mount Fujifilm X
Aperture
Maximum aperture F1.2
Minimum aperture F16
Aperture ring Yes
Number of diaphragm blades 7
Aperture notes Rounded diaphragm
Optics
Elements 11
Groups 8
Special elements / coatings 2 ED lens elements, 1 aspherical element, APD filter
Focus
Minimum focus 0.70 m (27.56)
Maximum magnification 0.09×
Autofocus Yes
Motor type Micromotor
Full time manual Unknown
Focus method Internal
Distance scale No
DoF scale No
Physical
Weight 405 g (0.89 lb)
Diameter 73 mm (2.87)
Length 70 mm (2.76)
Materials Metal barrel, metal mount
Filter thread 62 mm
Other

Principal specifications
Lens type Prime lens
Max Format size APS-C / DX
Focal length 56 mm
Image stabilization No
Lens mount Fujifilm X
Aperture
Maximum aperture F1.2
Minimum aperture F16
Aperture ring Yes
Number of diaphragm blades 7
Aperture notes Rounded diaphragm
Optics
Elements 11
Groups 8
Special elements / coatings 2 ED lens elements, 1 aspherical element, APD filter
Focus
Minimum focus 0.70 m (27.56)
Maximum magnification 0.09×
Autofocus Yes
Motor type Micromotor
Full time manual Unknown
Focus method Internal
Distance scale No
DoF scale No
Physical
Weight 405 g (0.89 lb)
Diameter 73 mm (2.87)
Length 70 mm (2.76)
Materials Metal barrel, metal mount
Filter thread 62 mm
Other

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