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First images with new 90mm f2 used with X-Pro1:



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Wow. Can't wait to see more. These are very beautifully rendered images.
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nice shots...that 90 is getting rave reviews...
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Hi Dick

These look promising. How is the lens on the Xpro1 ?
I'm curious about the focus smoothness and action.
Is it loud and searching like the 35 or super smooth and silent like the 18-55 zoom ?
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Nice.. The 16 and 90 are on my hit list..

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Here're a couple more at more normal distances and apertures:






No portrait opportunities, sorry.
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Hi Dick

These look promising. How is the lens on the Xpro1 ?
I'm curious about the focus smoothness and action.
Is it loud and searching like the 35 or super smooth and silent like the 18-55 zoom ?
Thanks
It's very good on the X-Pro1 for me. The EVF is brought up when the lens is mounted. It may be a little loud and searching at times, but I never would have noticed if I hadn't read about it in advance. I also read that, when shaken, the lens makes a clunking noise until the camera is powered on. That's also true, but who goes around shaking their camera lens? The images produced are great also as advertised. I guess you could say everything you've read about the lens is true!
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i bought the 16 yesterday but was very tempted to change my mind and go for the 90 instead..
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i bought the 16 yesterday but was very tempted to change my mind and go for the 90 instead..
We complained when there were only three lens choices. Now, there are almost too many! And more on the way.
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Nice - thanks for sharing. I'm telling myself it's a specialty lens and I don't need it ...
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I really love the XF90 for details, it is tack sharp and can have this sort of painterly quality to it when the light is handled just right.
A bit of a beast when mounted on the X-Pro 1 though!

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Here's a shot using the Fuji 11mm extension tube with AF on:

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