Fujifilm XC 50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 OIS LensRated 4/5 based on 4 reviews.
- Fujifilm X-Mount
- 76-350mm (35mm Equivalent)
- One Aspherical and One ED Lens Element
- Precision Stepping AF Motor
- Optical Image Stabilization
- Super EBC Lens Coating
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The black Fujifilm XC 50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 OIS Lens is an expansive telephoto zoom lens that provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 76-350mm, covering portrait-length to telephoto perspectives. This broad range of coverage is well-suited to working with distant subjects and the integration of optical image stabilization to help minimize the appearance of camera shake works to produce sharper imagery when working in low-light conditions throughout the zoom range. Benefitting working with moving subjects and for video applications, a precision stepping AF motor is incorporated into the lens to provide high-speed, accurate focusing capabilities.
One aspherical element and one extra-low dispersion element are integrated into the optical design of the lens to help minimize chromatic aberrations while also contributing to high overall image sharpness and clarity. A Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) has also been applied to the glass elements to further minimize flare and ghosting for enhanced contrast and color neutrality.
- Telephoto zoom lens provides a 35mm-equivalent field of view of 76-350mm, making it suitable for portrait applications and distant subjects.
- Optical image stabilization works to reduce the appearance of camera shake to suit working in low-light conditions throughout the zoom range.
- High-speed precision stepping autofocus motor is ideal for quickly and accurately acquiring focus and ideal for moving subjects and video applications.
- Close-up focus control enables a macro mode focusing range of 3.6-9.8' with a maximum magnification of 0.2x at the telephoto end of the zoom range.
- One aspherical element and one extra-low dispersion element minimize chromatic aberrations throughout the zoom range and contribute to high overall image sharpness.
- A Super Electron Beam Coating reduces lens flare and ghosting to enhance image contrast and clarity.
12 Months Warranty By FujiFilm Australia
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- Fujifilm XC 50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 OIS Lens (Black)
- Front Lens Cap
- Rear Lens Cap
LensBy: Mark Skinner on 19 May 2016Great lens and fast safe delivery
Fujifilm XF 18-55mm LensBy: Geofrey Gilbert on 26 April 2016Great lens, best features include overall sharpness, relatively fast, and nice light weight for extended photography sessions. 18- - 55 range is excellent for day to day shooting.
Fujifilm XC 50-230mmBy: Peter Windsor on 9 February 2016Much underated lens, don't let the low price lead you to think it is not sharp because it is sharp, very sharp. I don't use a long zoom much so did not want to invest $700 + on a 55-200mm when this $200 lens is lighter and has more reach albeit with a smaller max aperture which I can live with. The OIS works fine and the plastic mount is a non issue.
Guide to using Fujifilm's X-T10By: Charles Jaggers on 6 February 2016The Fuji XC range of lenses are dysfunctional within the Fuji system whereby exposure modes PSAM are determined by setting the Marking "A" on the shutter speed knob for exposure mode A, on the aperture ring or a switch located on the lens barrel for exposure mode S, both for P, neither for M. The XC lenses of which there are only two introduced with the lower level X-M camera have nothing on the lens barrel to effect PSAM but relies on turning the aperture past the smallest F stop (f/22). The exposure mode then changes but to what? It appears completely arbitrary. Fuji will tell you PSAM modes are unimportant and to use AUTO camera mode, yet their cameras require certain exposure modes for certain functions. They are capable far more beyond what a smart phone user requires. The two XC lenses are very good never-the-less on bright sunny days (they are not" fast" bright) lenses, but for more extensive and advanced photography buy the better performing XF lenses. It is a failure on Fuji's part to couple this lenses with the X-T10 camera in Australian kits, even though they appear to give away the first lens with discounted kits. I have both XC lenses because I was seeking a small package in APS-C format, I live with them backed up with a Fujifilm X100 with its 23mm f/2 fixed lens for low light. My review of the Fujifilm X-T10 camera fitted with the XC kit lens is at Week No. 81 of my blog: www.notesonthescienceofphotography.blogspot.com.au The XC50-230 lens I purchased from Paxtons, I believe is the first superseded lens, model II as with the kit lens has better macro performance. Not my requirement.