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Fuji Fuji XF16-80mm f/4 OIS lens leaked

davidzvi

Top Veteran
Apr 18, 2014
104
Boston Burbs
I hope as well. But I also hope they complete the set and replace the 55-200. Not that the 55-200 is bad, it's just a bit short for me. I'd like something between the 55-200 / 50-230 and the 100-400. A better than consumer, but not as big or as expensive as a "Pro" option, a longer version of the 55-200 f/3.5-4.8.
 

Biro

Super Moderator
Aug 7, 2011
124
Jersey Shore
I’m thinking that in order to prevent dipping into smaller apertures - slower than f/5.6 - Fuji will have to keep the focal range under control. How about 80-250 or perhaps 80-300? Either would work for me. If it’s a constant f/4 aperture, fantastic. But I really don’t expect it.
 

davidzvi

Top Veteran
Apr 18, 2014
104
Boston Burbs
I’m thinking that in order to prevent dipping into smaller apertures - slower than f/5.6 - Fuji will have to keep the focal range under control. How about 80-250 or perhaps 80-300? Either would work for me. If it’s a constant f/4 aperture, fantastic. But I really don’t expect it.
70/80-300 would be my preference.

And while I would love a constant f/4, that's not really my criteria. Optical formula and features are more what I'm looking for. The 55-200 has the build, aperture ring, OIS on/off, etc; those are more the things I'm looking for in a "better than consumer" lens.
 

Lightmancer

Super Moderator
Aug 13, 2011
164
Sunny Frimley
My thoughts exactly. Something a bit faster for the gloom and the bokeh and I'm sorted.

Dear Mr Fuji, 35 1.4 WR next, please... Until then this and the f2 will be my Autumn city break carry, I think.
 

tonyturley

Hall of Famer
Nov 24, 2014
124
Scott Depot, WV, USA
The 16-80 isn't on CameraSize yet, but based on its listed specs, it is ever so slightly larger than the 10-24 and about 30g heavier. At almost $1,000 USD, I think I'll stick with my 18-55.
 

davidzvi

Top Veteran
Apr 18, 2014
104
Boston Burbs
The 16-80 isn't on CameraSize yet, but based on its listed specs, it is ever so slightly larger than the 10-24 and about 30g heavier. At almost $1,000 USD, I think I'll stick with my 18-55.
Actually I like the idea of these two being about the same size. Add the 55-200mm and you'd have a kit that would fit nicely in something like the ONA Bowery or Domke F-10.
 

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