FUJI XF 14MM F2.8 R REVIEW by Rory Prior

Comparison with another wide lens – XF 18mm. Few example shots, mostly architecture photography.

The 18mm is optically decent, (especially if you’re willing to work around its limitations in post*), but the 14mm is truly stellar. It shoots beautiful, sharp, undistorted images effortlessly. It’s already very sharp wide open at 2.8 and it really only gets better from there before diffraction starts to shave away at the sharpness past f8. But really most of the time you’re going to be using this lens from f2.8 to f5.6 where it really shines.

Source: http://lightpriority.net/2015/01/fuji-xf-14mm-f2-8-r-review/

David Nogol

Professional portrait photographer from Czech Republic. Shooting with Fujifilm gear since 2015. You can find my Fuji photos on my Instagram or 500px. I am author of e-book about portrait photography (for now only in Czech language). You can visit my personal page for portfolio and more info (also only in Czech)

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