Are Fuji lenses any good?
Fujifilm’s XC lenses are designed for lightness and low cost, but they still perform remarkably well. Very compact and lightweight for a telephoto zoom, the Fujifilm XC50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 OIS II keeps things simple and affordable.
What Fuji lens should I buy?
If you needed just one lens to attach to your Fujifilm camera for a trip then there is really only one lens that we can recommend here, not for lack of other options, but because it is just so perfectly suited to that purpose: the Fujifilm XF 18-135mm F3.
Does Fuji xe1 have focus peaking?
Fuji X-E1 Focus Peaking in Detail. The focus peaking feature on the X-E1, or ‘sexy 1’ as they call it in Japan, is plain and simple yet functional. There are no bells, whistles, or colors to choose from. The standard ‘white’ option is all we get, but the simplicity is admirable in its own right.
How do you transfer photos to Fujifilm?
To transfer RAW photos, you need to connect your camera in “PC Auto Save” mode. For the initial pairing open the connection/network menu of your camera and choose “PC Auto Save” and connect to an existing Wi-Fi network. In PhotoSync tap the red sync button, “Receive” and “Fujifilm WiFi” to confirm the pairing.
How do I transfer photos from my Fujifilm to my iPhone?
Connecting to the Camera from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch (Bluetooth)
- Tap the Settings icon in the Home screen.
- Tap Bluetooth.
- Enable Bluetooth.
- Select PAIRING REGISTRATION in the camera menus.
- Launch FUJIFILM Camera Remote.
- Tap PAIRING REGISTRATION.
- Choose a camera.
- Tap OK when pairing is complete.
Which Fuji lenses are red badge?
Fujinon XF16-55mm F2. This top-drawer ‘red badge’ lens is Fujifilm’s answer to pro-grade 24-70mm f/2.8 lenses for full-frame DSLRs. The Fujifilm XF16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR actually beats them for zoom range, with an ‘effective’ 24-84mm focal length, and has a similarly robust, weather-resistant construction.