First Photos with the X-T2 and new lenses ...

February 11, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

First, in the gallery Arcen you'll find 3 images taken with the X-T2 and the Fujifilm XF 16mm f/1.4. For me the 16mm has the potential to be my "standard" lens, when I want (or can) carry only one lens with me. OK, I like wide angle lenses in general, but this one produces not only a brilliant image quality: the fast aperture also makes it a perfect lens for available light photography - especially as it still has a reasonable depth of field even used with faster apertures. Three image examples you'll find in the gallery - all of them at ISO 200 and f/8, as the sunset allowed stopping down...

Second, in the gallery Tierpark Haag (a small zoo very close to where I live in Austria) the combination tested is the X-T2 with the tele-zoom lens Fujifilm XF 50-140 mm F/2.8. A zoo usually provides good test surroundings for tele-lenses, even in winter and with cloudy conditions as I had it. The images are taken with quite fast apertures, all between f/2.8 and f/4.0. This allows to get an impression of the bokeh this lens produces - and I'm really satisfied with what I see. The image quality is brilliant, especially the sharpness is outstanding if you look at them in the 100% crop (what you can't do in Zenfolio, as the upload image quality  is limited - but believe me: it's really great...).     


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