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About Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless

This Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 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 35MM (53 MM) F1.4 LENS

Want magnification? Aperture for low lighting? An astonishing amount of focus? We all want that. But what if they all came in the same package, specifically the FUJI X-F 35MM (53 MM) F1.4 LENS? Now we’re talking. This lens is not only capable of all of the above, but can handle a wide range of lighting environments and zoom factors to offer a level of versatility that most lenses can only hope for.

Product Highlights

  • Consistency. That’s what you’ll get from the Fuji X-F 35MM lens, particularly as the aspheric and ED elements combat field curvature and aberrations within the chromatic spectrum. That’s a fancy way of saying you’ll be able to take beautiful shots consistently.
  • Durability. Super EBC coating means better optical performance, to be sure, but it also means better durability for every shot you take.
  • Aperture. It’s big in astronomy, but it should be big in photography too—especially when you need the Fuji X-F 35MM lens’ aperture of f/1.4 to squeeze the most possible light out of those low-light situations like weddings, parties, and concerts.

Whether you’re looking for a new or Fuji 35 1.4 used edition, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more effective lens here at Adorama, especially if this product from Fuji suits all of your current lighting needs.

Learn about the FUJI X-F 35MM (53 MM) F1.4 LENS

If the camera’s body is the engine, the lens is just about everything else—the wheels, the steering, the cup holder - the whole shebang. Why? Because products like this FUJI X-F 35MM (53 MM) F1.4 LENS allow you to handle a wide range of cinematic opportunities, giving you more control over your photography and plenty of raw visual power, even in dim lighting situations. In short, the Fuji X-F 35MM lens is a thing of beauty, and Adorama is about to tell you why.

  • Take crystal-clear shots even in the dark. Seem impossible? Many photographers have struggled with the low-lighting problem in the past, working to take better photographs in situations like dimly-lit charity events, wedding receptions, and more. The Fuji X-F 35MM lens takes care of this problem with a bright f/1.4 maximum aperture, giving you the aperture you need to work in low-light situations. What’s more, this lens is capable of creating a soft atmospheric blur that keeps your subjects in crystal clear focus, making the best possible use of the limited light.
  • Durability means a strong investment. A lens isn’t just about what it can show you: it’s about what it can show you shot after shot. That means durability should be a major concern for anyone in the market for a lens like the Fuji X-F 35MM lens. The Super EBC coating offers improved optical performance here, to be sure, but it also adds some protection to the quality of your photographs. A lens shouldn’t just be durable; its ability to take good shots should be durable, too—and the Super EBC coating is exactly that.
  • Focusing power is key. Don’t believe Adorama? Try out this Fuji-35mm for yourself and check out the performance. The “normal” 53mm (equivalent in a 35mm format) lens can focus to 11”, giving you an astonishing range of focus potential. That means you’ll be able to customize your shot to a high degree—and it also means more versatility for the workable shots you’ll be able to squeeze out of this high-performing lens.
  • An astonishing rear element. You don’t hear about the rear element often listed as a feature, but this lens offers a rear element placed as close as possible to the censor, which minimizes the back focus distance. This may be a subtle feature for the amateur photographer, but for the detail-oriented, it’s a make-or-break feature that’s always in demand.
  • Magnification. How could we forget magnification? Going up to 0.17x with this lens means you can zoom in to focus on the details that matter. This gives you plenty of magnifying power for still life shots and more.

It’s rare that a single lens is able to transform your ability to capture amazing shots as much as the FUJI X-F 35MM (53 MM) F1.4 LENS can, but then again, this lens is a rare item indeed. With plenty of aperture, magnification, and subtle details that make it stand out from the crowd, it’s hard to not view this lens as anything but an essential piece in your photographic repertoire.

From the Manufacturer
The Fujifilm XF 35mm (53mm) F/1.4 Lens is specifically designed for the Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera with an APS-C sensor, this Fujifilm 35mm f/1.4 XF R Lens is a "normal" lens equivalent to 53mm in 35mm format. The exceptionally fast, bright f/1.4 maximum aperture makes shooting in very low light possible and provides pleasing bokeh (the out-of-focus portion of a photo) with its 7-blade aperture design-ideal for dramatic portraits. This is a terrific All-in-One lens for everyday use.

To take advantage of the X-Pro1's mirror-less design, the rear element of the lens is as close as possible to the sensor, minimizing the back focus distance appreciably. The lens construction includes a metal barrel, Super EVC coating for improved optical performance and it delivers improved centre-to-edge resolution and brightness free from chromatic aberration. This lens has a maximum magnification of 0.17x and the aperture ring has 1/3-stop click stops for more precise exposures.

The Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless is commonly used for Everyday, Home, Landscape photography, Low light, Portraits, Travel, Weddings and more.The Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Semi-professional among others.The Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless: Consistent output, Durable, Easily interchangeable, Easy to use, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice bokeh, Reliable, Sharp and Strong construction

Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless Features

  • Using a glass-molded aspheric lens at the 5th element minimizes spherical aberration
  • Achieving beautiful bokeh in out-of-focus areas as well as excellent in-focus reproduction to create a natural sense of depth according to the aperture setting and the subject
  • The 35mm (135 equivalent: 53mm) lens has a standard focal length with the angle of view similar to that of the human eye
  • With the bright maximum aperture, the lens is ideal for snapshots

Fujifilm 35mm F/1.4 Mirrorless Specifications

Lens type
XF35mmF1.4 R
Lens construction
8 elements in 6 groups (includes 1 aspherical element)
Focal length (35mm format equivalent)
Angle of view
Max. aperture
Min. aperture
Aperture control
Number of blades: 7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
Stop size: 1/3EV (22 stops)
Focus range
28cm - Infinity
Max. magnification
Filter size
External dimensions
65.0mm x 54.9mm (Diameter)
187g (6.5oz) (excluding caps and hoods)
Mfr #

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Most Liked Positive Review



I looked at many charts before purchasing this lens, and I was not impressed. I rather like 35mm on APSC and would have waited for the Zeiss Touit or shot legacy glass but the price was low enough for me to give this a shot. I am glad I did. The packaging is awesome. I wish other companies carried the same pride in packaging and presentation as Fuji. The build quality is also extremely good. I don't like that the paint is a high gloss and the metal underneath is very smooth--I prefer the...

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I looked at many charts before purchasing this lens, and I was not impressed. I rather like 35mm on APSC and would have waited for the Zeiss Touit or shot legacy glass but the price was low enough for me to give this a shot. I am glad I did. The packaging is awesome. I wish other companies carried the same pride in packaging and presentation as Fuji. The build quality is also extremely good. I don't like that the paint is a high gloss and the metal underneath is very smooth--I prefer the "sandblasted" aluminum look of Zeiss lenses because fingerprints and smudges don't show up as much, but this is a minor issue. The image quality is impressive despite the charts and theoreticals being below what I am used to. It goes to show you can't base everything off numbers. While it certainly isn't of the same quality as it's high class competitors, for a lens that costs 600 bucks and has autofocus...I am duly impressed. I especially love how little vignetting it shows--and corner sharpness is great as well. Bokeh is very nicely shaped and blends well. I am not a fan of the minimum focus distance, and macro mode seems to force the lens to focus closer than it was intended and makes for some weird ghosting. Autofocus speed is great for a mirrorless lens in this class. It's not fast by any means (even with the firmware update) but anyone used to entry level Nikon/Canon glass or NEX/Samsung stuff will be very happy with it. My only real complaint is that it is an extending barrel design. The lens only extends about 6mm...so I would have MUCH preferred to have the lens barrel lengthened and not have to worry about dirt and impact damaging the motor. I wouldn't have cared about the extension if the hood attached to the barrel, but it mounts to the end of the lens so it only protects the glass...not the motor and internals in event of it hitting a wall while moving about. All in all, I am VERY impressed with this lens for the price. If Fuji had focus peaking in its ILCs then I probably would use Leica or Zeiss glass, but since it doesn't this autofocus lens satisfies me plenty. :)


Most Liked Negative Review


Good Picture Quality

The Fujifilm XF 35mm F/1.4 lens produces high quality images with nicely saturated colors and decent contrast. Out of focus areas are smooth. The only negative is that it makes a lot of noise when focusing or even when switching from taking photos to viewing them.

Reviewed by 24 customers


Superb normal lens


The Fujifilm XF 35mm prime lens is superb. On my new Fuji X-T1 it performs like a classic "normal" 50mm lens, and is perfect for portraits and street photography. The shallow depth of field at f1.4 and great clarity make it excellent for portraits with lovely bokeh. Carried on a mirrorless Fuji camera like the X-T1 it makes a small, light-weight, unobtrusive package. The fast lens aperture coupled with the great X-T1 high ISO performance make it a terrific lens for low light uses. As a bonus, the lens beautifully crafted, all metal body, and the aperture ring displays the setting. Wonderful ...


Great Lens!


This is a fantastic prime lens! It is fast, sharp and clear. It feels solid, built like a tank. IQ is amazing if like shooting 50's buy this!


Fuji 35mm Review


Used for weddings, events, personal use. The 35m could be used for portraits, although the 56mm would be a far better choice. Gotta love the wide aperture and accurate focus. Some claim that the 35mm doesn't focus as fast as other XF lenses, but I haven't noticed. This lens renders beautiful colors, and seems to be sharp edge to edge. The lens cap that goes on the hood will not stay put, so put it in your pocket or consider it lost.


Perfect Prime


The 35mm f/1.4 is spectacular.The colors and contrast are exceptional. Bokeh is creamy smooth and makes this lens perfect for portraits.This lens is very sharp at f/1.4.Aperture can be adjusted to 1/3 f-stops which is convenient.Af sometimes hunts in lower light conditions. Overall this lens is an instant classic and almost magical in performance.


Not Just A Standard 50


I've just switched to Fuji -- coming mainly from Canon L zooms, but with a mix of their primes. Picked up an X100s and a X-T1 with the lens. To be honest, the 35mm (53mm) was chosen as much for availability as anything else. I know some people love shooting at 50mm but it has never held much allure for me. This lens may have just changed all that, especially for my walking around travel shots. Not because of the focal length, mind you, but because there is something truly magical about the combination of this lens and body. Sharp? Wide open with crisp clean lines leaping out from the bokeh. Stopped down a little (THE spot for me seems to be right around 3.2) and you've got something that will draw blood. Beyond that the resolving power -- whether it be coming from the lens or the X-Trans sensor is truly astounding. The ability to pick out and show texture -- in a canvas bag I had in frame, in a wall, a plate of food, subject or prop, whatever -- is something I've very rarely seen. Now the lens isn't quite perfect and where it stumbles is in physical feel. Build quality is great, but the focus ring is a little too sensitive. That's actually a software fault, the ring itself has a nice feel and decent resistance (though softer than the X100s), but these are focus-by-wire and the slightest bump when in manual sends the camera into focus assist if enabled. The aperture ring (oh, aperture rings, how I've missed thee -- I started on FD mounts) isn't as positively clicky as I'd like, especially through the intermediate stops. Certainly usable in both cases, but I'll probably be mainly autofocusing on this one.


Nice while it lasted


I enjoyed using this lens for several days until it suffered "sticky aperture" syndrome. Became unusuable and am waiting a warranty replacement. Given my limited use, I will say it is very, very sharp and a great "normal" lens. Focus speed could be a bit faster (even on X-T1 body) but is acceptable. I hope to update this when I get a new copy (currently backordered)


Every Fuji shooter should have one.


I use this lens on my XE1 for night shooting. It is keenly sharp and does not require a flash. Some folks don't like the square hood but I like it just fine. It stays on and does it's job. The lens is light but very solid.


Super sharp lens


Great lens for one of my Fuji X camera's....good prices, fast service.


Great Lnes


The lens is just so convenient on the camera, it is small and handles nicely. Teh ohotos are great.


Fabulously Sharp Lens!


If you have a Fuji X-Trans camera body, this lens is a must! I recently bought an X-T1 and purchased this lens along with it...it is a razor-sharp, fantastic lens!!! I bought a few other lenses as well, but find myself using the 35MM the most!


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Shopper  does the lens come with the hood?
HARRY H  Yes, the hood is rectangular in shape and fits on with about a 1/4 turn. Fits well and stays on. I might add that this is one of the best lenses that I have ever used in more than 60 years of photography...and I have had Leicas and Contaxes.as well as most of the other brands.
Shopper  Do XF Fuji lenses have a manual focus ring on the lens body?
JENNIFER T  Yes and no. The large band closest to the subject side of the lens is knurled and is used to manually focus. However, the focus style is a fine focus, not a focus as you'd have on a normal lens. Additionally, its focus-by-wire or some such, so you're really just telling the motor to focus and not focusing yourself. I use the ring for fine focus all the time and it suits my style. I know it doesn't suit others so you may want to research it.
Shopper  Does it work with X-E1 ?
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