I always like to shoot at the extremes: extreme telephoto, extreme wide-angle, extremely thin depth of field… For me, the lack of a really wide lens was the big missing link in order to make the Fuji system finally complete. And now the gap is filled 🙂
The new XF10-24mm f4 OIS R lens by Fujifilm is a joy to use. It is bulkier and heavier than most of the other X-mount lenses, but as a consequence it feels well-built and solid in the hand. The zoom ring is not as loose as the ones on the other X-mount lenses, which makes it perfect for careful and precise landscape framing: once you have moved the zoom where you want it to be it will not creep by a single mm from this position. Sweet, and as if the lens was built from scratch with the landscape photographer in mind!