Sleek and stylish, the FUJIFILM X-mount 35mm f/1.4 Lens from TTArtisan is a compact long-normal prime characterized by its fast design and intuitive handling. The bright f/1.4 maximum aperture offers great control over depth of field and also benefits working in low-light conditions. The lens uses a Sonnar optical design, which prioritizes sharpness and low distortion for clear and accurate rendering. Also, the lens's petite form factor features a durable black anodized finish with a stylized engraving on the lens barrel of the optical design.
- X-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
- 52.5mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f/1.4 to f/16
- Sonnar Optical Concept
TTArtisan 35mm f/1.4 Overview
TTArtisan 35mm f/1.4 Specs
|Focal Length||35mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 52.5mm)|
|Lens Mount||FUJIFILM X|
|Lens Format Coverage||APS-C|
|Angle of View||45°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||11" / 28 cm|
|Optical Design||7 Elements in 6 Groups|
|Focus Type||Manual Focus|
|Filter Size||39 mm (Front)|
|Dimensions (ø x L)||2.2 x 1.7" / 56 x 44 mm|
|Weight||6.3 oz / 180 g|
|Package Weight||0.7 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.25 x 4.25 x 3"|
TTArtisan 35mm f/1.4 Reviews
Wonderful Addition to my Fuji Kit
This lens gives me the normal lens perspective and angel of view I was looking for in a compact package for my Fuji cameras. I like the size when compared to the kit Fuji 18-55mm lens for a walk-around lens on the street and even in landscapes and casual portraits.
Very fine, economical lens
I purchased this lens, along with TTArtisan's 17mm f/1.4 lens, for my Fuji X-Pro3. Both lenses are almost adorably tiny, the 17mm a little longer in length than the 35mm here (as well as $30 the more expensive too), and look good on the front of my X-Pro. Both, are very fine optical lenses, especially when you consider the price points for both... no noticeable distortion, a little on the soft side, but only just enough to give the lens nice character, not any enough to detract from the image. Only real con being on both lenses, there is at times a very pronounced magenta chromatic aberration, noticeably on solid white subjects... but, is something that is correctable in post, so not a real deal breaker... plus, so far, have converted all the images I have taken so far to black and white, so... Only other thing, is just getting used to the aperture ring being on the opposite end of the lens, at the top, as opposed at the base... habitually go to focus reaching towards the end of the lens, and end up changing the aperture... just will take some getting used to. Think though, that inadvertently led to, when shooting both lenses, discovering one frame being slightly out of focus, when aperture was turned, also turned the lens' focus... Oh, and also, the aperture clicks are a little too much on the soft side too... as well as turning aperture, sometimes leads to focus also being turned. Again, just getting accustomed to things with the new lenses, of it's individual quirks and adjusting to shooting with them... no real big deal with either lenses, and would recommend them, especially for the cost. Otherwise, nice and good lens. One thing of note, from reading the materials that came with the lenses, and would have been nice to know prior to purchasing, that neither are weather proofed at all, and says to avoid getting it wet.
You get what you pay for
wasnt expecting a better result for this price black vignette around the edges because of how tiny the glass is very dull image on low apertures . a bit too small to fit a human hand
Fun lens for Nikon Z fc
I bought this to use with my Nikon Z fc in full manual mode and it's a lot of fun! Solid construction and punches well above its weight class. If you're considering this, stop thinking and just by it! It's cheap!
Very good, and for the money really good!
The lens feels like a much more expensive one. The aperture ring is smooth with decently indexed positions. The focus is a true manual focus with a classic old school lens feel. I use this on a Leica CL and it's been good so far. Wide open its soft but not bad, I have used it for some portraits and the fall off is nice and the slight softness is perfect for a high res sensor. B&H price was so good it was a no brainer. Cant go wrong.
works great for landscapes and portraits. Great build quality, superb product
the price should limit your expectations which it did for me but the lens exceeded my expectations. it has its flaws, a little soft which can be ok in certain situation
Neo-Vintage. Great for classic renderings.
The optical formula on the box suggests this lens is inspired by a classic 50mm SLR lens from the '60s. It is worth having for its useful range of vintage optical performance characteristics. Like many lenses of that era this has substantial spherical aberration wide open. This gives a distinctive smoothness to focused parts of the image and soft edges. As the lens is stopped down, this aperture dependent aberration is progressively corrected, so that it's mostly gone by f4 or f5.6, as the field of view gets sharper and and more detailed. At f8 its quite sharp corner to corner. So, between this progressive elimination of softness, the focus/out of focus characteristics, and nice bokeh, there are a lot of useful manipulations to be played with in the rendering of an image. Progressing from shallow depth of field and subtle soft smoothness at wider apertures to getting very sharp and defined at F8-F11. Micro contrast and color are decent, though not up to the very high standard of current Fujifilm lenses. The slight barrel distortion is easily corrected in post. Its also very compact and versatile. This lens shines for portraits, narrative still lifes, and with the Acros B&W profile. I'd recommend using a lens hood as there can be flare with light sources in the field of view. All in all, Its a nice lens to have for its range of distinctive optical renderings: Visual qualities that better corrected modern lenses can't pull off.
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