Additional information on the upcoming Fuji announcement


Tomorrow Fuji will also announce their new 2017/2018 GF lens roadmap (the latest Fuji roadmaps can be found here).

Check out also the latest updates on the Fuji Instax Square (at least one of the new Fujifilm Instax cameras will be a hybrid camera combo - it will have a built-in memory card and a picture printing capabilities).

For a detailed coverage of the upcoming Fuji announcements, follow FujiAddict.

Here are the details on the two new GF lenses:

 


Fuji GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR lens:

  • Expected release date: June 2017
  • Suggested retail price: 359,500 yen + tax
  • Price: around 350, 460 yen (tax included)
  • Lens design: 14 elements in 9 group
  • Minimum focusing distance: 0.9 m
  • Maximum magnification ratio: 0.16x
  • Filter size: 77 mm,
  • Dimension: 94.3mm × 125.5mm
  • Weight: 1010g


Fuji GF 23mm f/4 R LM WR lens:

  • Expected release date: June 2017
  • Suggested retail price: 339,500 yen + tax
  • Mass store sales price: around 328,860 yen (including tax)
  • Lens design: 15 elements in 12 groups
  • Minimum focusing distance: 38 cm
  • Maximum magnification ratio: 0.09x
  • Filter size: 82mm
  • Dimensions: 89.8mm × 103.0mm
  • Weight: 845 g

Via Nokishita

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  • I wish they would make those instant cameras with better lenses and more control. Something like an SX-70 that shoots Instax would be wonderful.

    • Zos Xavius

      Yes. They should make an Instax for enthusiasts.

  • decentrist

    note to Nikon regarding roadmap….emulate Fuji

  • jojo

    What’s the origin of the system photo at the top of this item?
    That’s a mirror lens on the extreme left (2nd row). Any information
    on this anyone?

    • nwcs

      Looks like a variety of X mount lenses with the MF stuff. That appears to be the Rokinon 300mm mirror lens.

    • The photo is taken by Louis who runs FujiAddict.com and those are all his lenses. The lens in question is a third party lens for Fuji X mount, not sure which one exactly.

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