Fujifilm XF-23mm f/2.0 R WR - Silver - 16523171

FujifilmSKU: FUJ1644    Barcode: 4547410328820

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The Fujifilm XF-23mm f/2.0 R WR - Silver is a wide-angle lens with advanced image resolution, capable of drawing out the full performance of Fujifilms proprietary X-Trans CMOS sensor. It has a similar size and design flair of the existing XF35mmF2, to make up a stylish collection of compact F2 lenses. The inner-focus AF system uses a stepping motor to drive the focusing group of lens elements for silent and fast autofocus.

The metal exterior gives a sense of premium quality and robustness, and the aperture ring and focus ring have been designed for optimum operability. The lens is also weather and dust resistant and operates at temperatures as low as -10C, making it an ideal choice for outdoor photography.

Advanced image quality
The lens consists of ten elements in six groups, including two aspherical elements. The optimum positioning of the aspherical elements ensures flatness of the image plane for edge-to-edge sharpness. The aspherical elements are used as part of the focusing group to minimise performance fluctuations between different focal distances.

Compact, lightweight and stylish design for great operability
The lens weighs just 180g. The metal exterior, modelled after the design of XF35mmF2 R WR, gives a sense of premium quality and robustness. The compact and stylish form factor almost completely eliminates mechanical vignetting when using the optical viewfinder on the FUJIFILM X-Pro2 and X-Pro1 cameras. The aperture ring and focus ring have just the right amount of clicking and torque for great operability.

Fast and silent autofocus
The inner-focus AF system uses a stepping motor to drive lightweight focusing elements for silent and fast autofocus. When combined with the phase detection AF system of FUJIFILM X-Pro2 and X-T2, the lens can focus in an astonishing 0.05 seconds

Weather and dust resistant
The lens barrel is sealed to make it weather and dust resistant, and capable of operating at temperatures as low as -10C.

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