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FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Lens

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FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Lens
Key Features
  • X-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
  • 229-914mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Range: f/5.6 to f/22
  • Super ED and ED Elements
A super-telephoto zoom built for nature and wildlife image-makers, the FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR strikes a unique balance between immense reach and a relatively portable design, making for an ideal lens to capture the most remote and distant adventures.
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FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm F5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Go to Great Lengths
  • 3Stability and Speed
  • 4Optics and Super-Telephoto Design
  • 5Durable Design, Intuitive Handling
By B&H Photo's
Go to Great Lengths
A super-telephoto zoom built for nature and wildlife image-makers, the FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR strikes a unique balance between immense reach and a relatively portable design, making for an ideal lens to capture the most remote and distant adventures.
Stability and Speed
  • Powerful optical image stabilization compensates for up to five stops of camera shake, making it easier to achieve sharp imagery when shooting handheld, especially under lower lighting conditions.
  • Quick and reliable autofocus performance thanks to a linear motor system, which also enables smooth and silent focusing performance that benefits both stills and video applications. This focusing system also helps to greatly reduce focus breathing.
  • Internal zooming and internal focusing design maintains the overall length and balance during use, making it more natural to use when mounted to a gimbal head and tripod or even when shooting handheld.
  • On-lens focusing controls for immediate, tactile adjustment over focusing settings: focus range limiter switch, AF-ON, and AF-L buttons.
Optics and Super-Telephoto Design
  • Four Super ED and three ED elements are featured, which greatly reduce chromatic aberrations and color fringing throughout the zoom range for a high degree of clarity and color accuracy.
  • Modest f/5.6-8 maximum aperture helps maintain a relatively portable form factor, meaning this lens can be used handheld and packed for easier use on location and for subjects that don't require the utmost speed.
  • Offering a 229-914mm equivalent focal length range, this super-tele zoom is suitable for a wide range of distant subjects. It's also compatible with the optional XF 1.4x and 2x WR Teleconverters, which can extend the lens to a further effective 1828mm equivalent focal length.
  • Rounded nine-blade diaphragm contributes to a smooth, circular bokeh quality when using shallow depth of field and selective focus effects.
Durable Design, Intuitive Handling
  • As a lens built for the great outdoors, naturally it has extensive weather sealing to protect against moisture, dust, and cold temperatures down to 14°F.
  • Front fluorine coating protects against water, grease, dirt, and smudging, and also makes it easier to clean the front element.
  • Rotating tripod collar, with a removable foot, for greater stability when shooting atop a tripod or monopod.
  • Included lens hood features a window for easier adjustment of rotating filter types when attached to the lens.

FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm F5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Specs

Focal Length150 to 600mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 229 to 914mm)
Maximum Aperturef/5.6 to 8
Minimum Aperturef/22
Lens MountFUJIFILM X
Lens Format CoverageAPS-C
Angle of View10.8° to 2.7°
Minimum Focus Distance7.9' / 2.4 m
Maximum Magnification0.24x
Optical Design24 Elements in 17 Groups
Diaphragm Blades9, Rounded
Focus TypeAutofocus
Image StabilizationYes
Tripod CollarRemovable and Rotating
Filter Size82 mm (Front)
Dimensions (ø x L)3.9 x 12.4" / 99 x 314.5 mm
Weight3.5 lb / 1605 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.93 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.1 x 8.5 x 8.3"

FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm F5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Reviews

Excellent Lens!

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-25

I was a bit on the fence to purchase this lens as (a) it's quite expensive and (b) it has a very niche use. After a few weeks of using it I can say with confidence that I made the right choice. The range and image quality are amazing. Ive been using this lens on the X-H2 and they're a dream combination for wildlife photography. I could not be happier with my purchase.

An excellent birding lens

By Frank
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-11

So far I've only shot locally with the 150-600 lens, for two days, and not with my full tripod rig; only with the excellent 3LT monopod with Wimberley head (on the XT-4). I was worried about its extra weight and length compared to the 100-400, but in practice I found those differences trivial. This combination makes for a terrific birding assembly, for weight, portability, and image quality alike. IQ so far is intermittently extremely good (subject to the vagaries of such a handholding/partial support setup). The f8 limit at the long end requires (and rewards) pretty good light and extra care. For that reason I haven't tried it yet with the 1.4 extender. But I shot an egret with the kit above at about 75-100 yards and captured outstanding feather detail, and, as an unexpected proof-of-quality, a damselfly in clear view on a reed a few feet off center from the bird. After reading reviews I originally bought this lens expecting to return it after comparison with the 100-400. I'm no longer sure about the fate of the shorter lens, but I will absolutely keep the 150-600. For me it won hands down.

A sharp lens with a long reach

By Randal
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-09

I like this lens for its reach and sharpness. I would love this lens if it were, say, f5.6, instead of f8. I like it having an internal zoom and its image stabilization works well with my X-T3. If you're looking for a long telephoto lens for Fuji, then this is pretty much your only option (I'm not interested in adding teleconverters to my lenses.) This isn't a bad option.

150-600mm X Lens

By Peter
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-28

I use the Fuji X-system and do a lot of bird photography. My favorite kit is the X-T4 with 200mm X-prime and 1.4X teleconverter. I also use the superb XF100-400mm lens. But I got the 150-600 lens for the extra reach. Almost all my bird photos are hand-held. The auto-focus and image stabilization on the 150-600 lens is exceptional and the image quality superb. The one downside is that I'm usually shooting at f8 with the 150-600; so I don't use the lens in dim light or for birds in flight. But for still shots of distant birds, it is terrific.

Great new lens.

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-27

Love this new lens. I only use handheld and the image stabilization is great.

Better than I am

By Gardner
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-23

Since I already had a 100-400 lens, I purchased this lens for the reach. And it was the 400-600 range that I was most interested in. I initially started comparing them with the idea that I might return this lens or keep it and sell my 100-400. However I have decided to keep both of them. My only issue with the lens is that I have a hard time focusing it. Initially this led me to worry that the lens might not be sharp. However after some careful and methodical experimentation I decided the difficulty was with me and not the lens. I did the following to check it. 1. put it on a tripod. 2. put it on manual focus. 3. turn off image stabilization. 4. take images at various focal settings. I also compared this to my 100-400 and 50-140 lenses and with and without a 2x extender. My conclusion was that it is difficult to focus if the scene is cluttered. Using auto focus it almost never picked the thing I wanted it to focus on. But that is no doubt the fault of the scene and the fact that most of it would be out of focus. The picuture is at 600mm and the focus is on the water falling down from the infinity pool. It is not focused on infinity

Amazing Lens

By Richard
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-10-19

Crisp photos from a surprisingly light lens.

Observations from a 4 day rental

By David
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-10-04

I rented this lens to see if it was something that was going to blow away my Fuji 100-400 mm zoom. The short answer for me was no. Here are some reasons. Your mileage will vary depending on your needs. I am an avid amateur bird photographer. I often shoot under canopies, and most of my subjects are 10-30 yards from me and moving rapidly. Some bullets based on how I use a zoom: - It cannot be collapsed. I carry my X-T3 and lens on a neck strap. The longer 150-600 means it beats on my leg when hiking. If I retract the 100-400 and lock it, it is quite a bit shorter, which is better for hiking. - The 150-600 takes more room in my Think Tank wheeled travel case. This means I have less room for other lenses. - The 150-600 is heavier by 230 gr or 0.5 pounds. The 100-400 is heavy enough on five-mile hikes. - The lowest F-stop is higher than the 100-400. Even though the 150-600 has a better reach, there has to be enough light to support reasonable shutter speeds for hand-held photography. A few experiments in abundant light conditions proved that the 150-600 reached farther, but this doesn't help me when shooting under a dark canopy where light is minimal. - The 150-600 is a beautiful and well-constructed lens, but I am staying with the 100-400 because of the type of photography I do in reduced light conditions, using it on long hikes, travel, and for other reasons listed above. The 100-400 is the better of the two lenses for my needs.

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Date published: 2022-06-10

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Date published: 2022-07-16

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Date published: 2022-07-27

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Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-06-10

Does the weight include the lens hood and foot?

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Asked by: Richard
The given weight for the FUJIFILM XF 150-600mm f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Lens excludes the lens hood, tripod collar and caps. Unfortunately, the weight of the lens with those items added has not been determined just yet.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-06-07

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Has the X-E4 been optimized via firmware to operate optimally with this lens?
Asked by: Leigh
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Date published: 2022-07-18

will this lens focus correctly with a XT-3?

will this lens focus correctly with a XT-3?
Asked by: Henry
Make sure you have the current firmware release. Older releases do not support this lens.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2022-10-04

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Asked by: Gardner
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Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2022-08-29
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