Wildlife photographer Chris Weston puts the new XF16-55mm f/2.8 through its paces

Nice article, for the sake of balancing my opinion on the upcoming XF 16-55mm f2.8.

The Fujifilm Blog

Fujifilm’s new XF16-55mm f/2.8 weather-resistant lens lives up to expectation. With a new type of nano-coating that reduces flare, the optical excellence of the lens matches the supreme quality I have come to rely on in the very best Fujinon lenses.

_DSF5616 X-T1 with XF16-55mm @ 55mm. 1/4000th, f/4, ISO800

Photographing birds of prey at a local falconry, I was astounded by the depth of detail, sharpness and contrast of the pre-processed images. It feels great in the hand. The aperture and focus rings give me confidence when I need it most while the build quality exceeds my often-exacting need for equipment that can cope with the most extreme and harsh environments.

_DSF6101 X-T1 with XF16-55mm @ 55mm. 1/400th, f/5.6, ISO1600

And, even with the fast f/2.8 aperture, it’s still compact enough to travel with. This is a lens that lives up to the Fuji legend.

Chris Weston – Wildlife Photographer and

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