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FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens with UV Filter Kit

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FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens with UV Filter Kit
Key Features
  • X-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
  • 24-120mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
  • One ED Aspherical Element
Complementing the lens itself, the FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens with UV Filter Kit from B&H bundles the versatile standard zoom with a 72mm UV filter.
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FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Overview

Complementing the lens itself, the FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens with UV Filter Kit from B&H bundles the versatile standard zoom with a 72mm UV filter.

FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens

Well-suited for a wide variety of shooting situations, the FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR is a versatile 24-120mm-equivalent zoom, spanning wide-angle to medium-telephoto, and featuring a constant f/4 maximum aperture. Complementing this flexible design is an advanced optical layout, which includes a trio of aspherical elements and one ED aspherical element that help to minimize a variety of aberrations in order to produce high sharpness and clarity. A Super EBC coating also improves contrast and color neutrality by reducing flare and ghosting when working in strong lighting conditions. Also benefitting use in a variety of situations is a quick and quiet autofocus system along with a six stop-effective image stabilization system that minimizes the appearance of camera shake. Additionally, the lens is fully weather-sealed for working in inclement conditions.

Standard zoom is designed for APS-C-format Fujifilm X-mount mirrorless cameras and offers a 24-120mm equivalent focal length range.
One extra-low dispersion aspherical element is used greatly reduce color fringing and chromatic aberrations in order to produce high clarity and color fidelity throughout the zoom range.
Three aspherical elements control distortion and spherical aberrations, which helps to improve sharpness and realize more accurate rendering.
A Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) coating has been applied to the entire surface of each element to for controlling ghosting and flare for greater contrast and color accuracy.
Quick and quiet autofocus performance benefits both stills and video applications.
An advanced Optical Image Stabilization system minimizes the appearance of camera shake by up to six stops to enable sharper imaging when working with longer focal lengths or slower shutter speeds.
Weather-sealed lens body protects against dust and moisture, and to enable worry-free use in inclement conditions and freezing temperatures as low as 14°F.
Rounded nine-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing out-of-focus quality to benefit the use of selective focus and shallow depth of field techniques.
UPC: 074101200850

Chiaro Pro 72mm 98-UVATS UV Filter

The Pro 72mm 98-UVATS UV Filter is one of Chiaro’s highest-rated protective UV filters with 98% light transmission. It’s ideal for photographers of all levels who demand high-quality glass and other essential features for excellent image fidelity and construction.

To achieve 98% light transmission, Chiaro uses highly-polished optical glass, multi-coating, and additional advanced elements that improve the filter’s light transmission. A scratch-resistant coating minimizes scratching of the glass and helps assure that water, oil, dust, and fingerprints are removed with a gentle wipe. Its hard-anodized aluminum filter ring is designed to screw on and off effortlessly, and it is thin to prevent vignetting when used with wide-angle lenses. Side knurling helps assure that you’ll have a firm grip when attaching or removing your filter.

Image quality is what matters most at Chiaro. The company has tested and combined many features and essentials to achieve superior image quality and the highest light transmission. To help take the confusion out of selecting a filter, Chiaro prominently displays the light transmission levels so that you can choose the perfect filter for your lens and photo session.

98% Light Transmission

Protecting your lens doesn't mean you have to lose optical quality. By using highly-polished optical glass and advanced coatings, Chiaro offers a 98% transmission rate, which is an excellent transmission rate for glass. And the company verifies the ratings with ISO certified lab testing.

Resistance Coating

The layers of advanced resistance coating on the filter are designed to resist moderate scratches, and allow you to easily clean your filter. Water beads up and rolls off your filter, and oil and fingerprints can come off with a gentle wipe. Dust and debris won't adhere to the filter and can be removed with a puff of air.

Polished Optical Glass

Glass that's polished to perfection is essential to achieve a high level of light transmission. The optical glass in this Chiaro filter is highly-polished for flatness that ensures excellent optical clarity.

Multi-Coating

Multi-coating enhances light transmission to the demanding level set for all Chiaro filters. It reduces unwanted internal reflections and ghosting that can compromise your images.

UV Protection

The filter blocks UV light and reduces the bluish cast of daylight that can affect color accuracy, especially at higher altitudes.

Hard Anodized Aluminum Construction

The process of hard anodizing toughens and strengthens the aluminum for a lightweight yet durable filter ring.

Slim Design

Measuring only 3.2mm, this filter is slim enough to use on wide-angle lenses without experiencing vignetting.

Top and Side Knurling

In addition to top knurling, Chiaro added side knurling to better grip the filter when you're attaching and removing it, or when you're stacking filters.

Secure Attachment

It takes two full turns to mount the filter on your lens. This feature will securely hold your Chiaro filter through the most demanding photo shoots.

Front Threads

The front threads on the filter allow you to stack filters by screwing them onto your Chiaro filter.
UPC: 847628593510

FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens Specs

Focal Length16 to 80mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 24 to 120mm)
Maximum Aperturef/4
Minimum Aperturef/22
Lens MountFUJIFILM X
Lens Format CoverageAPS-C
Angle of View83.2° to 20.1°
Minimum Focus Distance1.15' / 35 cm
Maximum Magnification0.25x
Optical Design16 Elements in 12 Groups
Diaphragm Blades9, Rounded
Focus TypeAutofocus
Image StabilizationYes
Filter Size72 mm (Front)
Dimensions (ø x L)3.08 x 3.5" / 78.3 x 88.9 mm
Length at Maximum Extension5.16" / 131 mm
Weight15.52 oz / 440 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 5.6 x 5.5"

Chiaro Pro 72mm 98-UVATS UV Filter Specs

Filter TypeUV
Filter Factor1x (0-Stop)
Circular Size72 mm Filter Thread
RotatingNo
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet72 mm
CoatingsMulti-Coating
Physical FeaturesSlim
Filter Thickness0.13" / 3.2 mm
Filter MaterialGlass
Ring MaterialAluminum
KnurlingSide, Top
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.135 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.75 x 3.75 x 0.85"

FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Reviews

In defense of the XF16-80mm f4.

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-15

I have GAS (gear acquisition syndrome). I love researching gear almost as much as using it, and I'm fortunate in that I can afford the best gear at this stage of my life. With that said, this 16-80mm f4 came with my camera, and I couldn't wait to upgrade to a better lens in this general focal range (or get some primes that fill this range and offer higher IQ). I spent dozens and dozens of hours researching new lenses, watching videos, reading blogs, weighing pros and cons. I wanted something faster, sharper, and more premium... or so I thought. At the same time I was researching, I spent dozens and dozens of hours getting familiar with the 16-80mm f4 and learning the ins and outs of it. I've taken about five-thousand-ish photos with it at this point, from macro (only 0.5x magnification) to vast landscapes to astrophotography (yes, at f4) to street photography to night photography to portraits to photos of my pets to... you get the idea. Looking at the specs on paper, I thought this lens would be no good. An f4 aperture? Not very exciting. Reviews keep saying it's soft at the edges, and it's not tack sharp at 80mm. Okay, that's true, but only when you zoom in and really pixel peep (and this is on a 4k monitor, and I am fortunate to have 15/20 eyesight which is better than 20/20). But the more and more I use this lens, the more I realize that it is the perfect lens for me (and I'm so glad it was included as my kit lens). As much as I want to spend more money on a fancy new lens (again, I have GAS and money to blow), I cannot find a better substitute to replace the 16-80mm f4 for MY needs (I will explain those needs later on). Here's why: 1) Yes, the f4 seemed boring at first. How on earth am I going to take sharp shots in dim lighting with those slow shutter speeds at f4? Answer: OIS. The OIS on this lens kicks major behind. I am able to take stable, sharp shots as low as 1/4s at the wide end and 1/30s at the telephoto end. Yes, that is not an exaggeration. The OIS is, in my opinion, better than shooting at a wider aperture. I've turned OIS with this lens off and on to test the difference (you can do that in the cameras settings menu), and it's NUTS what it is capable of. And the X-T3 does not have IBIS, so if you're thinking of getting the XF16-55mm f2.8 for the X-T3, think again -- your shots will be significantly blurrier, especially when shooting at apertures above f4 (which will be most shots for most people). So then I realize... I don't need a faster lens, because it isn't going to help me in most situations. Yes, a faster lens will capture subjects in motion better, but this brings me to another point below... 2) The dynamic range and signal-to-noise ratio of the newer X-Trans sensors on the X-T3s and X-T4s etc. are so good at base ISO that I can simply shoot at a higher shutter speed and get slightly underexposed photos that I very easily and quickly fix in post-processing (shooting RAW). I can easily push a slightly underexposed photo from my X-T3 one or two stops without any noticeable degradation of quality. So to take sharp photos of subjects in motion, I simply set my ISO to 160, my shutter speed to whatever is needed based on the speed of my subjects, and put the aperture to f4. I've taken handheld photos in Joshua Tree National Park using nothing but moonlight with this method that have turned out great. I've taken sharp photos of walking subjects at night. They all look great. (BTW, I'm aware of ISO-invariance for Fuji cameras, but shooting at a higher ISO can easily blow out your highlights, so I prefer to fix in post.) 3) The focal range is ridiculously useful. Having the ability to go between 16-80mm means I only need to carry two lenses with me: the 16-80mm f4 and the 50-140mm f2.8 (also has OIS). These two lenses allow me to get 75% of the shots I need. I find myself most often shooting at the extreme ends: 16mm and 80mm. And of course, I shoot a lot in the middle as well. These ranges are perfect for the outdoorsman who wants to capture a range of images on a hike. 4) Build: It's generally compact for the focal range that it has. It's not too cumbersome to carry around. It feels sturdy, and I don't need to worry about dust and moisture with the weather sealing. In fact, I've taken it snow-shoeing, I've taken it out in rain storms, I've taken it on boats, I've taken it up mountains, I've taken it to the dusty desert... and I've never had to worry about it. It's a workhorse. Cons: I only have a few. The lens hood is pretty big, and it's plastic. A big hood is good for reducing glare and protecting the glass (I never need to use a lens protector / filter), but it adds a couple inches to the length and makes it less stealthy than it already is. The manual focus is actually motor-driven, like most Fuji lenses. I would prefer true manual focus. And while the build is truly good and almost totally metal, there are a couple minor plastic pieces that would be nice if they were metal. They do not affect the performance, look, or durability, but I just like that premium metal feeling. And oh yeah... if you zoom in 200% and peep at the corners on a photo zoomed in at 80mm, then yes, it will be soft. Big whoop, it won't affect people who are using their lenses to take actual photos in the field. My use-cases for this lens: street photography; landscape and backpacking (including overnight or trips in rain and snow); astrophotography (you get usable consumer-grade images, but don't expect miracles); everyday carry; travel; macro (I was surprised by this); portraiture / boudoir. So... what am I going to do with my GAS issue? I am yearning for more gear, but the 16-80mm is the best fit for me right now. Well, I'm waiting for the X-H2 to come out! If I had IBIS in my camera, I would consider getting the 16-55mm f2.8 for the faster aperture in addition to the image stabilization (from IBIS); however, without IBIS, I am going to stick with this f4 with OIS for now as my images will come out sharper when stopped down and OIS enabled. But if I did switch to the 16-55mm f2.8, then I'm sacrificing a significant amount of reach by losing that 80mm range... so even with IBIS, I may not switch. For now, I may just grab a couple new primes (the 18mm f1.4 WR, 80mm Macro with OIS, the 27mm f2.8 pancake, and some macro extension tubes) and stick with the zoom I have now, the 16-80mm f4 -- I do love it. If you're interested in having an extremely versatile lens that takes high-quality (good-enough) photos in a variety of different situations, then get this lens. Especially if you have a camera without IBIS, or if you just want the OIS + IBIS benefit. If you're interested in getting the most technically magnificent image quality from a lens at the expense of versatility in the field, then you will want to look elsewhere (like the new 18/23/33mm f1.4 WR primes, for example, or the 15-55mm f2.8 if you do not mind the omission of IBIS and losing that extra reach. In short, I love this lens, and I think you will too.

Just what I was looking for

By Charles
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-26

After much searching on the web, I finally decided to add this lens to my (small) collection. I tend to live on the short focal length end of things. Before this purchase, I carried only the Fuji 10-24mm. It is great for travel and shooting cathedrals, street scenes, and landscapes. However, as time wore on, I realized that I'd really like something a little longer. This is a good fit for my style. I still carry the 10-24 for getting those interior scenes but the 16-80 is often a better fit for what's happening in the streets and allows me to get more intimate shots with greater reach. Yes, there is some distortion at the edges (as is also the case with the 10-24) but it is modest and I can usually crop it out if it is bothersome (often it is not). Otherwise, it is quite sharp, focuses fast and quietly, and the image stabilization works very well. Great for low light shooting in the street or in a bar. If you are a travel photographer, this is a good choice of a go-to lens.

Versatile lens

By Steven
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-21

I got this lens and the 70-300mm for my Fujifilm X-S10 as my previous Fujifilm camera was a super-zoom and I wanted to approximate the range of focal lengths. More details in my review of the X-S10 body.

Love the extra reach of this lens

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-17

I have the 16-55 lens and I love it but I really wish it had a little more reach. Then this lens went on sale so I reached out and bought it from B&H and I simply love this lens . Yes I would recommend this lens to anybody. Oh! the IS is fantastic even on a wide angle. Makes up for the f4 if you need a longer exposure.

very useful, all-rounder... sharp, light and fast.

By Eli
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-12

this all-rounder, is one of the best lenses you can buy. cupeled with the 70-300, you have a light but very high coverage of 16-300 (24-450mm 35mm) that is of high quality all the way. the OIS, is great, it is sharp, light and very pleasant to the aye.

Exactly what I was looking for

By Harris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-12

This lens work perfectly for what I'm doing! Very happy with it!

Fantastic Travel Lens

By Nathanael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-17

This lens is awesomely sharp, with amazing image stabilization, and a flexible zoom range. Fantastic lens on the go. Pair it with a prime for extreme low light and you're set for just about anything.

It was an excellent lens, but you have to be careful!

By Jonathan
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-10

If you're looking for a versatile lens without any compromises, this is the lens to buy for your Fuji. The picture is crisp almost every time. The video it takes, is awesome. No lens distortion, and no chromatic abbreviations. But, don't be a fool like me and treat it like a beater lens. The mounting plate on it is connected to the body of the lens with plastic. (decent plastic at the least). So if you're not careful, if you put too much strain on the lens while it's on your camera, it can break off without a lot of force. Luckily for me, only 2 of the 4 mounting points broke. I had to take it apart, (which was surprisingly easy) and stick the plastic riser mounts back on with plastic superglue. Which worked just fine. But, make sure if you take this apart you have the proper fillips screw driver. Because if you don't, you can strip the screws VERY easily. Overall great lens. The only thing I would change would be to make it a little bit more sturdy. Especially since it's a zoom lens.

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