Sporting a revised physical design, the FUJIFILM XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR is a versatile wide-angle zoom now featuring robust weather sealing along with more intuitive handling. This 15-36mm-equivalent zoom is characterized by its constant f/4 maximum aperture and advanced optics, which utilize a series of extra-low dispersion and aspherical elements to correct both chromatic and spherical aberrations for high color accuracy, sharpness, and accurate rendering. A Super EBC coating also suppresses flare and ghosting for improved contrast and color neutrality when working in strong lighting conditions. Benefitting the optics, an updated optical image stabilization system minimizes the appearance of camera shake by 3.5 stops for improved sharpness when shooting handheld and a stepping motor offers quick and quiet autofocus performance. Additionally, a reworked physical design includes slimmer focusing and aperture rings, a lockable 'A' position and f/stop scale, and the lens now sports a dust- and moisture-sealed design for working in harsh environments.
- X-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
- 15-36mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
- Four Aspherical Elements
FUJIFILM XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR Overview
FUJIFILM XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR Specs
|Focal Length||10 to 24mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 15 to 36mm)|
|Lens Mount||FUJIFILM X|
|Lens Format Coverage||APS-C|
|Angle of View||110° to 61.2°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.4" / 24 cm|
|Optical Design||14 Elements in 10 Groups|
|Diaphragm Blades||7, Rounded|
|Filter Size||72 mm (Front)|
|Dimensions (ø x L)||3.1 x 3.4" / 77.6 x 87 mm|
|Length at Maximum Extension||3.43" / 87 mm|
|Weight||13.6 oz / 385 g|
|Package Weight||1.8 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||8.25 x 6.1 x 5.4"|
FUJIFILM XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR Reviews
Eh- for 1,000 dollars I'm VERY disappointed with this lens. I know it's not my particular production because I purchased a second one, sent my original back and the second was just as soft as the first. I have glass half the price of this lens that outperforms it in image quality. I needed the focal length range which is why I kept it. For anything needing technical perfection- stay away from this lens.
Perfect landscape lens
This is the one I have been searching for. There are many vide angle lenses out there for Fuji x that are good for landscapes but this one takes the cake.
I haven't used it very much yet but what I've seen to date impresses. It's part of my fujifilm X-T4 and X-H1 kit, along with the 16-80, 70-300 and both Teleconverters. Plus a couple of primes. That's an equivalent range of 15mm to over 900mm the smaller collective size is why I left Nikon . The crop sensor works well with my Enthusiast level of photography. Great service from BH Photo, as always. My main photo shop for over 15 years. I tried to upload photos but was unable to.
I wanted a wide zoom for my X-T4, and this one is lovely. It's lightweight, versatile, sharp, and smells great. AF is quick, and everything feels extremely well built, no surprise for Fuji. Good light is helpful given the relatively tight aperture, but outside in daylight or when you have a tripod it's perfect
Not Up to Expectations
I must admit to being somewhat disappointed after my recent evaluation of my new 10-24mm Fujinon lens. I'm not a techie with a lab, but this last weekend I made 111 shots on a tripod outdoors (no wind) using the self-timer to ensure no vibration from pressing the shutter on my Fuji X-T4. I mulled over returning the lens but after reading many online reviews it seems what I've found is characteristic of the lens. My 111 shots were made at a variety of focal lengths, from 10-24, with many in between. I'm not talking about edge softness. My eye focused primarily towards the center portions of the images, which contained a variety of buildings, signs, stone inscriptions on building fronts, and sometimes flowers in the foreground. I will try to avoid using this lens at f-16 or f-22. Yes, I know about diffraction. One wonders why they make lenses capable of f-22 or f-16 if the laws of physics are inevitably gong to render the images soft. I will only use these settings if required to achieve long exposure times to show flowing water or other blurred motion effects. Other reviewers confirm optimum performance at f-5.6 and f-8, and I agree. The lens has other positive features, commented on in online reviews. It is well-built, of good metal construction. I will keep it as I move from Canon to Fuji, to lighten my load.
Wide Enough, Pretty Good Aperture
I thought I wanted the 8-16mm f2.8 for that little bit of extra wide aperture and that little bit wider angle but of course, being twice the price stopped me. I wanted a wide angle but wasn't super invested in it. I was making my decision about the same time that this new version came out that is weather resistant. I like that added feature. So the lens. It is well built, metal, three rings. I'm sure that at some point that the plastic lens hood snaps will break and I'll have to find a metal one but it works for now. I've gotten some good pictures with it so far. Since it is so wide image shake isn't all that bad at all and coupled with image stabilization the fact that it is only an f4 lens never seems to matter too much. I also usually want more in focus since it is so wide that I frequently shoot at a smaller aperture anyway. It focuses pretty close but of course I'd like it to focus even closer on some occasions. The key to getting good pictures with such a wide lens is getting close. I've found that to be an interesting experience with this lens. It really brings the viewer in, if you get close to your subject. I like the quality, I like the quick focus, I like the aperture ring, I like the constant aperture (doesn't change through the zoom range) and I have enjoyed using it for a couple months for my wide angle needs.
I had the old one and I bought this one because I like to see in just a glance to see what opening there is on the lens. I cannot wait to turn on the camera to check it. I like that on all of my lenses. It is very sharp, in my mind sharper than the old one. I also like the fact that it is WR, mostly for dust in desert areas. I don't take many pictures in the rain. I love it.
Great fun, beautiful shots
This zoom lens is the only one I need/want. Other zooms can easily be replaced with primes, saving weight but not money. There is no set of primes that cover the range of 10-24. It's not crazy expensive, is weather resistant, and the OIS makes things even easier on my X-T4. The photos I take with it are in reasonable light and without much motion so,F4 is no problem for me.
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