Fuji Reveals X-Mount Lens Roadmap Through 2015

Fuji Reveals X-Mount Lens Roadmap Through 2015

Fuji has sent out a updated road map for X-mount interchangeable lenses through th efirst half of 2015. A large-diameter medium telephoto lens (the XF90mmF2.0R) features for the first time and the next available lens will be the XF50-140mm F2.8 R OIS WR. Following on from the XF18-135mm lens, this will be Fujifilm’s second weather resistant lens designed to partner its X-T1 camera.

Other updates to the road map include the previously announced “Ultra-wide angle lens” being confirmed as the “XF16mmF1.4 R” with a guide launch date of mid 2015. And the planned launch of the XF16-55mmF2.8 WR lens moving to Spring 2015 and the Super Tele-Photo Zoom lens to Winter 2015. Highly regarded for their outstanding image quality, resolution and well-built bodies, the unique X mount lens range now includes super-wide angle to super-telephoto range lenses and a large-diameter lens with rich bokeh and high resolution.

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Poll: do people prefer a 24, 50mm combo or a 35, 85mm combo? I can't decide myself.

I'm waiting to see what Fuji does with the X-Pro2. Once that comes out, I'll either go 24/50/135 or 35/85/135 combo. Need to have a system for travel that doesn't break my back like my FF Canon EF lens system.

I tend toward a 35 and a 85 but I do end up using a 50 quite often. I should note thats on FF 35mm

I can't live without the 35mm, so I definitely prefer the 35, 85mm combo.
It depends on what you shoot, I rarely go further than 85mm, but sometimes feels the need to go wider than 35mm, so the perfect combo for me will be 21,35,85

PLEEASE Fuji make all of them weather resistant so I can switch already!!

Fuji doing the right thing. Considering their resources, I'm surprised Fuji hasn't been more competitive in their optical forays.