FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens

FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens

FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens

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Product Highlights

  • FUJIFILM G Mount
  • 50mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Range: f/2.8 to f/32
  • One Extra-Low Dispersion Element
  • Fluorine-Coated Front Element
  • Dust- and Weather-Sealed Construction
  • Command Position on Aperture Ring
  • Rounded Nine-Blade Diaphragm
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A sleek and versatile normal-length prime, the GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR from FUJIFILM is a 50mm equivalent lens for the G-mount GFX camera system. Its 10 elements, eight groups optical design incorporates one extra-low dispersion element to reduce chromatic aberrations and color fringing for improved clarity and color accuracy throughout the aperture range. A fluorine coating has also been added to the front element to repel moisture and the lens also features a dust-, freeze-, and weather-resistant construction for use in inclement conditions. Additionally, a manual aperture ring is featured for intuitive, tactile adjustment over exposure settings, and a Command position can also be set for camera-based control over the aperture.

Standard-length prime lens offers a 50mm equivalent focal length to realize a normal field of view for working with a variety of subjects.
Bright f/2.8 maximum aperture benefits working in low-light conditions as well as enables a high degree of control over depth of field.
The optical design incorporates one extra-low dispersion element to reduce chromatic aberrations and color fringing throughout the aperture and focusing ranges for notable clarity and color fidelity.
The front optical group is used for focusing to Minimize aberrations and distortions throughout the focusing range.
Physical aperture ring allows for intuitive adjustment over exposure settings, and incorporates a C (Command) position to permit camera-based aperture setting.
The front element features a hydrophobic fluorine coating to repel moisture.
Dust- and weather-sealed physical construction enables working in harsh climates and temperatures as low as 14°F.
Rounded nine-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing bokeh quality.
In the Box
FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens
  • FLCP-62II 62mm Front Lens Cap
  • RLCP-002 Rear Lens Cap
  • Lens Hood
  • Lens Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Focal Length 63mm
    Maximum Aperture f/2.8
    Minimum Aperture f/32
    Lens Mount FUJIFILM G
    Angle of View 46.9
    Maximum Magnification 0.17x
    Minimum Focus Distance 1.64' / 50 cm
    Optical Design 10 Elements in 8 Groups
    Diaphragm Blades 9
    Focus Type Autofocus
    Image Stabilization None
    Filter Size 62 mm (Front)
    Dimensions ( x L) 3.31 x 2.80" / 84 x 71 mm
    Weight 14.3 oz / 405 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Rolls Royce of Nifty 50's Love the shallow depth of field this lens produces at f/2.8, along with the beautiful separation and fall off the lens creates between a foreground subject and the background. ?You know a lens captures a unique image quality when the photos produced are easily distinguishable from images captured by a Fuji X-Pro2 and a Nikon D750. ?I'm looking forward to purchasing the GF 110mm for portraits, although the GF63 produces excellent portraits as well, but without the added compression that is a desirable quality in high end portraiture. ?I most certainly would recommend this lens to anyone that owns the GFX 50S. ?I'm glad it was the first lens I purchased.
    Date published: 2018-04-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from NEW LOOK NIFTY FIFTY I'm a photography enthusiast that started in 2009 with Nikon cropped 35mm format and then evolved to a Nikon FF sensor. When the X-Pro2 arrived I was ready for the luxury of less weight that mirrorless provide and those incredible Fuji Film stock jpegs ensured that I never looked back. And now with the GFX's arrival suddenly Medium Format went for unrealistic to very doable. I sold everything and purchased the body and the 63mm f/2.8. This lens is absolutely incredible! I don't like that it does'nt focus internal, but for portraitures, landscape, cityscape, and street photography, this lens is Sharp, Sharp, and insanely Sharp. I've already preordered the 110mm f/2 and will give serious consideration to the 45mm f/2.8 when it's announced. Fuji Rocks!
    Date published: 2017-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sharp as a tack Even at f2.8 the detail from edge to edge at the plane of focus is remarkably sharp. Very pleasing bokeh as well. Love this lens. Hope Fuji will make similar ones with even larger apertures as they develop this product line.
    Date published: 2017-05-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outperforms I bought this lens, along with the GF 45mm, from B&H to take the place of the GF 32-64mm that I tried for a few days and decided wasn’t for me, mostly due to its size and weight. I already had the GF 23mm, so these two lenses provide nice middle-ground focal lengths.  While I like having f/2.8, I especially like the weight of this lens. The zoom weighs more than twice the weight of the 63mm - 875g vs 405g, a very noticeable difference when mounted on the camera. And, yes, I know the zoom is more versatile in terms of focal length, but for me, Ive just never enjoyed shooting with a zoom lens as much as I have a prime, and I think Im done trying. And while I’m not a fan of the external focusing on this lens, there are so many positive things about it that I can easily overlook this one weak spot. It balances extremely well on the GFX 50s and offers tremendous versatility in doing portrait, landscape, or even macro work (especially when paired with one the the GF macro extension tubes) .  I thought I’d use the GF 45mm more often, but there is something about the GF 63mm that has led me to leaving it mounted on the camera almost constantly. It renders very pleasing images both in terms of sharpness and contrast, and has reasonably good focus speed, at least for what I shoot. It outperformed my expectations and I’m glad I made the switch.
    Date published: 2019-03-11
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    Is this lens autofocus?

    Is this lens autofocus?
    Asked by: Greg Ross
    Yes, it is. It does not use Fuji's newer "linear motors," which are a bit quicker and quieter, but the motors here are still fairly quiet. It is not internal focusing, however, and the front element will move in and out as it focuses.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2019-05-20
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