Fujifilm

15% Off
Fujifilm XF 10-24mm (15-36mm) F4.0 OIS Lens - Black

Final Price

$849.00
Buy more and save
Quantity Discount
QuantityAmount

The quantity discount will be reflected in your shopping cart

Regular Price: $999.00 - Instant Rebate: $150.00 = $849.00 Get $33.96 Reward

Availability: In Stock & Ready to Ship

Free Expedited Shipping

See all shipping options

Fujifilm 10-24mm Mirrorless: Picture 1 regular $849.00

About Fujifilm 10-24mm Mirrorless

This Fujifilm 10-24mm Mirrorless Bundle comes with $29.95 worth of free accessories including a New Leaf PLUS 1yr Lens Warranty and Shipping is free!

FUJI X-F 10-24MM (15-36MM) F/4 OIS

Quiet autofocus, consistent aperture, multi-layer coating…the FUJI X-F 10-24MM (15-36MM) F/4 OIS has everything you could want from a wide-angle lens - and a bit more:

Product Highlights

  • O.I.S. helps prevent camera shaking from ruining your pictures, offering a level of stability that’s hard to achieve with anything other than a portable tripod.
  • Chromatic aberrations are highly reduced in the Fuji X-F 10-24mm wide-angle lens thanks to four aspherical and three extra-low dispersion elements.
  • Consistent clarity and sharpness in your images thanks to intelligent lens design and top-quality craftsmanship will have you ready for live events, still photography and more.

The Fuji X-F 10-24mm wide-angle lens is just right for you when you want to achieve more with your wide-angle lens.



Learn about the FUJI X-F 10-24MM (15-36MM) F/4 OIS

Built to work with the ever-popular Fujifilm X series cameras, this FUJI X-F 10-24MM F/4 OIS may appear to just be a wide-angle lens on the surface. Sure, it’s got the goods where it counts, including a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 15-36mm when used with Fujifilm APS-C sized mirrorless digital cameras. But at Adorama, we like to think of it as something more than just a wide-angle lens. It’s a lens that captures a lot of any single moment, including both literally (it is a wide-angle lens, after all) and technically (we’ll explain why later on). It’s built to handle beautiful images and won’t be bound by the restraints of narrow-viewed lenses. In essence, this Fuji X-F 10-24mm wide-angle lens is a window into the photographer’s soul. Sound like a bit much? Here’s why we’re so crazy about it:


  • Technical details. The Fuji X-F 10-24mm wide-angle lens has it where it counts: we’re talking a constant f/4 maximum aperture, which will maintain the illumination you expect throughout the entire zoom range. It also helps to pick up light at night, ensuring that when the sun goes down, the camera doesn’t have to go back in its bag. We’ve already talked about the focal length, of course, which gives you a full range of versatility for handling a wide range of image types.
  • The O.I.S. system reduces camera shake and blurring. You know when you’re zoomed in on that perfect picture, you snap it, but then are disappointed to find out that your unsteady hands rendered the image utterly useless? Yeah, we at Adorama hate that too. That’s why the O.I.S. system is so important to have on the Fuji X-F 10-24mm wide-angle lens: it reduces the problems that your shaking produces - even when you don’t think you’re very shaky - especially on zoomed-in shots where the vibrations are more pronounced.
  • The internal focusing system and stepping autofocus motor handle much of the work of focusing for you. What’s more, they do it well: the Fuji X-F 10-24mm wide-angle lens offers precise focusing without producing so much noise that it gets in the way of any audio you’re recording. We know - a noisy autofocus mechanism is just plain annoying and even unprofessional when you’re trying to get your subjects to concentrate on something else other than the camera.
  • HT-EBC multi-layer coating might not sound important at first glance, but it is—and you’ll see that the more you use this lens. That’s because this coating helps get rid of the annoying ghosting and lens flare that happens as you try new photos and move to new lighting situations. Why not just ditch the adjustments and stick to a lens that maintains its clarity?
  • And speaking of stuff you don’t want showing up in your pictures, the four aspherical and three extra-low dispersion elements contained inside this lens will reduce chromatic aberrations, giving each shot a consistent quality that you simply cannot replicate with an inferior lens.

Wide-angle shooting should be versatile as well as unique: with the consistency of the FUJI X-F 10-24MM F/4 OIS’ aperture and specs, you won’t have to worry. The lens, almost by itself, will take those shots with precision.



From the Manufacturer
• The FUJINON XF10-24mmF4 R OIS ultra wide to standard focal length capabilities make it the perfect choice for shooting dynamic images with excellent detail from the foreground to the background. The maximum F4.0 aperture is available throughout the 2.4x zoom range from the lens' ultra-wide 15mm* focal length to its longest at 36mm*.

• With a powerful Optical Image Stabilization system, the ability to work handheld when shooting in low light is boosted. It offers high-speed AF thanks to an enhanced internal focusing system, and the use of a stepper motor has ensured that the XF10-24mm is very quiet in use. Its minimum working distance of 28cm allows you can capture both the small foreground detailand the wider surroundings to give your subject greater context.



Fujifilm 10-24mm Mirrorless Features

  • FUJIFILM X-Mount is compatible with all FUJIFILM interchangeable system cameras
  • Powerful optical image stabilization minimizes shake and blur in low light
  • Newly designed optical system uses 4 high-precision aspherical lenses and 3 extra low dispersion glass lenses which maximize performance of the FUJFILM X-Trans sensor
  • HT-EBC*1 multi-layer coating to minimize ghosting
  • Additional newly-developed coating added to the reverse side of the front lens to further reduce the ghosting that typically occurs when using deep concave lenses
  • Enhanced resolving power at all apertures when used with an X-series camera*2 that incorporates a Lens Modulation Optimizer (LMO) function

Fujifilm 10-24mm Mirrorless Specifications

Type
XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
Lens configuration
14 elements in 10 groups (4 aspherical and 3 extra low dispersion elements)
Focal length
f=10 - 24mm
(35mm format equivalent)
(15 - 36mm)
Angle of view
110° - 61.2°
Max. aperture
F4
Min. aperture
F22
Aperture control
Number of blades : 7 (rounded diaphragm opening) 1/3EV (16 stops)
Focus range
Normal 0.5m - infinity
Macro 24cm - 3m
Max. magnification
0.16x (Telephoto)
External dimensions
Diameter x Length* (approx.) °78.0mm x 87mm (Wide) / 87mm (Telephoto) (* distance from camera lens mount flange)
Weight*
(approx.) 410g (*excluding caps and hoods)
Filter size
°72mm
Mfr #
16412188
SKU
IFJ1024XFB

Fujifilm 10-24mm Mirrorless Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Snapshot®

 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Another outstanding lens from Fujifilm

well corrected ultra wide angle lens. Focus is fast, the image stabilization is great, reasonable speed at f4. Well made and well worth it if you need an ultra wide lens.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Just the bare facts

I'll just lay out the bare facts and you can decide whether or not this lens is for you. First of all, let us answer this question, would you buy a 15-36mm F6 lens? Because it is what this lens is after you factor in the 1.5X crop factor. Second, though it uses metal ring for aperture, there are no markings as to what aperture you are at. You have to turn on the camera and view through the viewfinder to know where you are at. And the ring has no limit. In other words it will just turn round

View full Review

I'll just lay out the bare facts and you can decide whether or not this lens is for you. First of all, let us answer this question, would you buy a 15-36mm F6 lens? Because it is what this lens is after you factor in the 1.5X crop factor. Second, though it uses metal ring for aperture, there are no markings as to what aperture you are at. You have to turn on the camera and view through the viewfinder to know where you are at. And the ring has no limit. In other words it will just turn round and round and round even though you've reached either ends of the f-stops. Third, because it's maxed at F4, whenever you shoot indoors, you just have to crank up the ISO. This is very bothersome especially if you are used to using Fujifilm's fast primes which most have 1.4 maximum f-stop. Personally I don't understand the reason behind the F4 aperture. I would rather lose the OIS and get a 2.8 or maybe even an 1.4. With them coming out a 16-55mm lens, I would raher have Fuji come out with a 10-16mm lens at F2.8 if size is a concern. Even at 2.8, it will translate to 4.2 with the crop factor, but it is still better than F6! Lastly, the size and weight of the lens is bigger and heavier than most primes in Fujifilm's lineup, and isn't the idea of using a mirrorless is to be small, light and nimble? I would rather have a range of primes than this single zoom lens. A 14mm, 23mm and 35mm would be a great set to start, with the 56mm bringing up the telephoto end. You don't get much flexibility but I've been shooting with the 35mm for 4 months now and I'd say the lack of focal length choices is actually liberating. And with 1.4 aperture, it's easier to get nice bokeh than the F4 zoom. Overall, this is the BIGGEST mistake I made in buying a lens and my BIGGEST regret. Such a waste of money for such a slow lens. But if you love the 10mm focal length and you shoot mostly outdoors, by all means, this is a very sharp lens with fast autofocus. But to me, those two still doesn't merit a pokey F4.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

AMAZING SUPERWIDE

By

I have used both the Pentax 12-24 and it's Nikon equivalent in the past and this Fuji lens blows them both away. This lens is razor sharp throughout the range and produces excellent color. If you need super-wide in your line-uop, this is your only choice. So good it's worth getting a body for!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fantastic

By

It is a fantastic quality lens, love the zoom range and IQ. Landscapes mostly though I imagine it would be very nice for architecture, interiors, and some types of street. I've thought of getting other fixed lenses but lose the convenience and weight advantage of the single zoom vs multiple lenses.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Just the bare facts

By

I'll just lay out the bare facts and you can decide whether or not this lens is for you. First of all, let us answer this question, would you buy a 15-36mm F6 lens? Because it is what this lens is after you factor in the 1.5X crop factor. Second, though it uses metal ring for aperture, there are no markings as to what aperture you are at. You have to turn on the camera and view through the viewfinder to know where you are at. And the ring has no limit. In other words it will just turn round and round and round even though you've reached either ends of the f-stops. Third, because it's maxed at F4, whenever you shoot indoors, you just have to crank up the ISO. This is very bothersome especially if you are used to using Fujifilm's fast primes which most have 1.4 maximum f-stop. Personally I don't understand the reason behind the F4 aperture. I would rather lose the OIS and get a 2.8 or maybe even an 1.4. With them coming out a 16-55mm lens, I would raher have Fuji come out with a 10-16mm lens at F2.8 if size is a concern. Even at 2.8, it will translate to 4.2 with the crop factor, but it is still better than F6! Lastly, the size and weight of the lens is bigger and heavier than most primes in Fujifilm's lineup, and isn't the idea of using a mirrorless is to be small, light and nimble? I would rather have a range of primes than this single zoom lens. A 14mm, 23mm and 35mm would be a great set to start, with the 56mm bringing up the telephoto end. You don't get much flexibility but I've been shooting with the 35mm for 4 months now and I'd say the lack of focal length choices is actually liberating. And with 1.4 aperture, it's easier to get nice bokeh than the F4 zoom. Overall, this is the BIGGEST mistake I made in buying a lens and my BIGGEST regret. Such a waste of money for such a slow lens. But if you love the 10mm focal length and you shoot mostly outdoors, by all means, this is a very sharp lens with fast autofocus. But to me, those two still doesn't merit a pokey F4.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Superb travel lens

By

Waited a long time for this lens to come out and I am not disappointed. It covers the perfect range for landscape use (for me at least), offers excellent optical quality, and is built very well. The constant aperture is a plus and at F4.0 is fast enough for most applications. The lens feels very solid and is of the same quality as the rest of the line. I'm still using the X-E1 and the focus is very good in all but very dim settings. There is hunts some, but that's to be expected on the older body. The negatives are just nits - the lens is large. Not large by Canon/Nikon standards, but large compared to the Fuji primes. Wide open at 10mm, there is a hint of softness at the corners, but it's more than acceptable on even large prints. At F8.0 it produces stellar results at any focal length. Good contrast and resolution. The hood is huge, so I'll be a rare user of it unless lighting demands it. I have been using B+W filters (thin mount) on it with no vignetting. It comes with a modest microfiber cloth/pouch combo that's a little disappointing considering the cost of the lens, but I can live with that. All in all, it handles well, yields excellent results, and is built well. A keeper for me.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Another outstanding lens from Fujifilm

By

well corrected ultra wide angle lens. Focus is fast, the image stabilization is great, reasonable speed at f4. Well made and well worth it if you need an ultra wide lens.

Q&A

Questions & Answers Powered by TurnTo®

Questions about this item:

erica m  does this come with a hood?
JAMES M  Yes, a good-quality plastic hood.
erica m  does this come with a hood?
JAMES M  Yes, a good-quality plastic hood.

Related Articles & Videos

Wide-Angle and Fish-Eye Lens Buying Guide

While long lenses bring drama to an image by compressing space, limiting depth of focus and enlarging subjects, wide-angle and fish-eye lenses offer photographers a completely different, but equally dramatic set of optical effects. Here's a guide to wide an wider lenses, and what they can do.

...Read More Comments(1)

top
Share this item:
Adorama.com is top rated for customer serviceHACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99.9% of hacker crime.
Feedback