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Fujifilm announces the affordable XC 35mm F2.0
Fujifilm announces the affordable XC 35mm F2.0
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Fujifilm announces the affordable XC 35mm F2.0

Fujifilm has announced the low-cost XC35mm F2.0.  It has a plastic mount and is a stripped-down version of the XF 35mm F2.0 WR.  Which is okay, because the XC lens will debut at $199.

With today's announcements - it strikes me how much it seems that Fujifilm is focusing on the Canon EOS-M M50 which has had a remarkable success domestically.

Press announcement (part of the X-T200)

Press Statement

[From Fujifilm's X-T200 Press Release]

For those interested in expanding their X-T200 tool kit, the new FUJINON XC35mmF2 lens gives an equivalent to 52mm field of view on 35mm format. Weighing just 130g and measuring 46.5mm in length, this new prime lens has nine elements, including two aspherical lens elements in six groups, which work to produce sharp and crisp images with creamy bokeh. AF operation is quick and near silent thanks to the use of an internal focus system and a stepping motor, which is used to drive the focusing elements quickly and accurately.

XC35mmF2 lens: $199 USD ($259.99 CAD)

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