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Fujinon XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR

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A photographer on the move needs to control things quickly and easily.
The zoom determines how big or large the subject is in the frame, image stabilization helps reduce shutter speeds and minimise any vibration whilst the large maximum aperture gives rich bokeh and high-speed AF keeps up with any movement.
This lens allows the photographer to control all the four elements with their left hand, leaving no room for uncertainty.
This workhorse of a lens brings out the maximum potential of the camera and the photographer.

Features:

23 elements shape the light
Designed for clarity and strong contrast, this lens captures every detail in each scene. The Nano GI (Gradient Index) coating reduces ghosting and lens flair when shooting into strong light. The use of six ED lens elements including one Super ED (extra-low dispersion) lens minimises chromatic aberration to achieve a high level of image resolving power. The lens configuration and coating, has been applied to deliver clarity, free of dullness or haziness, allowing the photographer to capture what their eyes see.

Time to take control
The lens has five-stop image stabilisation inside, and can deliver up to six-stops*1 when mounted on a camera with in-body image stabilisation. At the longest end of the zoom, 140mm, the slowest shutter speed when hand-holding should be 1/125 sec to avoid camera shake. The OIS allows you to use a shutter speed of 1/4 sec! Concentrate on your subject and have the creative freedom to choose a wider range of shutter speeds. You can also benefit in low light, as you don't have to increase ISO sensitivity or rely on a tripod.

Stay mobile
Large-diameter zooms are typically very heavy, limiting where you can use the lens and what pictures you can take, however this lens weighs less than 1kg. After a day of shooting with the lens, when you head home and realise that there is no strain on your shoulders or arms, that is the moment you appreciate its true value.

Ready for the elements
Any professional lens needs to overcome all shooting conditions, especially adverse weather. The dust- and moisture-resistant construction of the lens allows you to immerse yourself in shooting, even during rain or sandy environments.

Description

A photographer on the move needs to control things quickly and easily.
The zoom determines how big or large the subject is in the frame, image stabilization helps reduce shutter speeds and minimise any vibration whilst the large maximum aperture gives rich bokeh and high-speed AF keeps up with any movement.
This lens allows the photographer to control all the four elements with their left hand, leaving no room for uncertainty.
This workhorse of a lens brings out the maximum potential of the camera and the photographer.

Features:

23 elements shape the light
Designed for clarity and strong contrast, this lens captures every detail in each scene. The Nano GI (Gradient Index) coating reduces ghosting and lens flair when shooting into strong light. The use of six ED lens elements including one Super ED (extra-low dispersion) lens minimises chromatic aberration to achieve a high level of image resolving power. The lens configuration and coating, has been applied to deliver clarity, free of dullness or haziness, allowing the photographer to capture what their eyes see.

Time to take control
The lens has five-stop image stabilisation inside, and can deliver up to six-stops*1 when mounted on a camera with in-body image stabilisation. At the longest end of the zoom, 140mm, the slowest shutter speed when hand-holding should be 1/125 sec to avoid camera shake. The OIS allows you to use a shutter speed of 1/4 sec! Concentrate on your subject and have the creative freedom to choose a wider range of shutter speeds. You can also benefit in low light, as you don't have to increase ISO sensitivity or rely on a tripod.

Stay mobile
Large-diameter zooms are typically very heavy, limiting where you can use the lens and what pictures you can take, however this lens weighs less than 1kg. After a day of shooting with the lens, when you head home and realise that there is no strain on your shoulders or arms, that is the moment you appreciate its true value.

Ready for the elements
Any professional lens needs to overcome all shooting conditions, especially adverse weather. The dust- and moisture-resistant construction of the lens allows you to immerse yourself in shooting, even during rain or sandy environments.

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