Fuji Wide boy?


Super Moderator
Aug 13, 2011
Sunny Frimley
Bill Palmer
It occurs to me that I am in danger of being over-endowed in the wide lens stakes...

Bear in mind that my primary use of a wideangle is when travelling, in urban environments, to get things in. That means people and/or architecture in particular.

As I stand I have the 14mm and the recent 16mm, but I am waiting on the 16-80...

I'm inclined to sell the 14 - which of course is not WR - and replace it with something like the 7 Artisans 12mm. I don't want a fisheye, but there are times whan a few extra degrees would be handy, and I can live with MF and no WR on what, for me, would be a relatively low-use item.



Super Moderator
Jun 20, 2012
Hood River, OR
For urban shooting, the magic (for me) with anything at 12mm is that you have an honest 90 degree view, meaning you can back into a corner and just barely get both walls.

Latest posts

Latest threads

Top Bottom