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Fujifilm XF 60mm (90mm) F/2.4 Macro Lens

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About Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 Mirrorless

This Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 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 60MM (90 MM) F2.4 LENS

Want to do your Fujifilm X-series camera justice? Then opt for the FUJI X-F 60MM (90 MM) F2.4 LENS, a bright-apertured, versatile lens capable of producing soft backgrounds, crisp foregrounds, and enough effects to keep you busy whether you prefer portraits and landscapes or live events. Here at Adorama, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better lens for a number of reasons:

Product Highlights

  • The short telephoto 90mm (equivalent in 35mm) macro lens focuses to 11”, giving you a wide range of focusing power that will allow you to adjust your settings on the fly. This aids in providing you with that soft, background-blur effect that elevates casual photography into something else entirely. This may be one reason why Fuji X-F 60mm for portraits is so highly regarded.
  • A bright aperture of F/2.4 maximum gives the artisan and artist in you the capacity to use the FUJI X-F F2.4 lens in low-light work, which includes everything from sporting events and outdoor concerts to indoor receptions.
  • Lightweight and durable, this lens includes Super EBC coating to improve the optics without losing integrity over time, which gives you plenty of freedom to keep on using the FUJI X-F F2.4 lens more and more.

Match a great camera series to a great lens: opt for this Fuji F.24 lens to give your X-series camera the “eye” it needs.

 



Learn about the FUJI X-F 60MM (90 MM) F2.4 LENS

The Fujifilm X series of interchangeable lens cameras is a beautiful series—but without the quality lens to go along with it, you’re only taking pictures. With the FUJI X-F 60MM (90 MM) F2.4 LENS, you’re elevating photography to art, thanks to a wide variety of creative and technical features that allow for improved optical performance and plenty of professional craftsmanship. The X-series is a durable, highly capable series, and the FUJI X-F F2.4 lens is exactly what it needs.



  • A mirrorless design in the X-series means plain, simple, high-quality optics. This FUJI X-F F2.4 lens features a rear element as close as possible to the sensor, which means that there will be a minimum distortion of the back focus distance. That provides for consistent, quality pictures that don’t produce strange effects that leave you consulting online search engines for answers. For consistency with the X-series, make sure you get a lens like this here at Adorama, featuring that closely-built rear element design.
  • Serious focusing power is essential for any lens—not only for versatility, but for powerful focusing effects. This short telephoto 90mm capability (equivalent to a 35mm format) macro lens can focus to 11”, giving you a range of options for shot selection. You can attend live events and know that you can customize your focus to suit the shot opportunities, giving you plenty of range for dealing with all sorts of choice photo opportunities as they arise. With the magnification of 0.5x, you’ll have plenty of range to let out your inner artist.
  • Raw aperture is important in any lens. Just ask anyone who’s ever tried looking through a telescope. Here it matters because the bright F/2.4 maximum aperture allows for low-light work, stunning portraits, and out-of-focus backgrounds that give your subject a pleasing, crisp effect. The FUJI X-F F2.4 lens is capable of grabbing plenty of light even in those low-light situations so that you can create stunning, professional quality shots without having to rely on flash. What’s more, the aperture ring has a 1/3-stop click stops to enhance your exposures’ precision.
  • The Super EBC coating is essential as well, giving you the durability and consistency you need out of a lens, especially the FUJI X-F F2.4 lens—which, if you play your cards right, you can use as often as you use the camera itself. The center-to-edge resolution will free you from the chromatic aberrations you might be used to in lesser lenses, which gives you plenty of room to take the shots you’ve always wanted to take.
  • This lens package sold at Adorama includes the lens hood, front/rear lens caps, a Fujifilm warranty—providing you with just about everything you need to make the FUJI X-F F2.4 lens last a long time in your arsenal of photography tools.

Ideal for Macro photography, portraits, but suitable for low-lighting live events, the FUJI X-F 60MM (90 MM) F2.4 LENS offers plenty of precision and consistency for a wide range of photography opportunities. And because it’s lightweight and easy to use, you may just find that it becomes your go-to lens.



From the Manufacturer
The Fujifilm XF 60mm (90mm) F2.4 Lens is specifically designed for the Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera with an APS-C sensor, this Fujifilm 60mm f/2.4 XF Macro Lens is a short telephoto lens equivalent to 90mm in 35mm format. The fast, bright f/2.4 maximum aperture makes shooting in low light possible and provides pleasing bokeh (the out-of-focus portion of a photo) with its 9-blade aperture design-ideal for dramatic portraits.

To take advantage of the X-Pro1's mirrorless 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 center-to-edge resolution and brightness free from chromatic aberration. This macro lens has a maximum magnification of 0.5x and the aperture ring has 1/3-stop click stops for more precise exposures.

The Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 Mirrorless is commonly used for Macro photography, Portraits and more.The Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 Mirrorless is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 Mirrorless: Durable, Easy to use, Lightweight and Reliable

Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 Mirrorless Features

  • Short telephoto 90mm (equivalent in 35mm format) macro lens that focuses to 11"
  • Aspheric and ED elements to combat field curvature and chromatic aberration
  • Bright f/2.4 maximum aperture for low-light work, portraits, pleasing out-of-focus backgrounds

Fujifilm 60mm F/2.4 Mirrorless Specifications

Lens type
XF60mmF2.4 R Macro
Lens construction
10 elements in 8 groups (includes 1 aspherical and 1 abnormal dispersion element)
Focal length (35mm format equivalent)
f=60mm (91mm)
Angle of view
26.6Deg.
Max. aperture
F/2.4
Min. aperture
F22
Aperture control
Number of blades: 9 (rounded diaphragm opening)
Stop size: 1/3EV (20 stops)
Focus range
26.7cm - Infinity
Max. magnification
0.5x
Filter size
39mm
External dimensions
64.1mm x 70.9mm (Diameter)
Weight
215g (7.5oz) (excluding caps and hoods)
Mfr #
16240767
SKU
IFJ60XF

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4.1

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Should Have Bought This Lens First!

Portraits excellent with beautiful Bokeh. Pictures are tack-sharp, even at 1200 ISO ! I have the 14 mm, and the 55-200 zoom. This is now the lens I use the most. The Macro setting at 90 mm allows you to do close-ups without your own shadow covering the shot. I love it !

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Autofocus way too slow

I wanted to use this in a similar fashion that i use my Tamron 90mm macro with my Nikon d90 slr. I love doing field nature photgraphy with my macro- flowers, spiders, insects, etc- and this lens is very difficult to use. The slightest movement by the photographer or the subject and the sense starts the autofocus process- all the way through the entire focal rang- until it locks on again. Then with a mother beat of a heart or the slightest breeze on a flower and the agonizingly slow focusing ...

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I wanted to use this in a similar fashion that i use my Tamron 90mm macro with my Nikon d90 slr. I love doing field nature photgraphy with my macro- flowers, spiders, insects, etc- and this lens is very difficult to use. The slightest movement by the photographer or the subject and the sense starts the autofocus process- all the way through the entire focal rang- until it locks on again. Then with a mother beat of a heart or the slightest breeze on a flower and the agonizingly slow focusing process starts again.To say this lens is slow to autofocus is true- it is glacially slow; but the constant in and back out refocusing is what makes the lens useless for handheld nature photography out in the field. i'l have to stick with my Tamron 90mm or my Sigma 150mm macros. With the x-E2 I find that the 55-200 lens actually turns out better macro in actual field use. It is frustrating to use for candid portrait work at events for the same reason.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
5.0

Excellent lens

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I use this lens more for portraiture than macro. The build quality is fantastic, even the lens hood is metal. The magnification isn't the greatest but quite adequate. Manual focus is slow, but I would prefer this for macro work. The aperture ring it actually labeled and the detents are tight. There were older reviews complaining of focus speed. Make sure and update the firmware and this is fixed.

 
2.0

Autofocus way too slow

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I wanted to use this in a similar fashion that i use my Tamron 90mm macro with my Nikon d90 slr. I love doing field nature photgraphy with my macro- flowers, spiders, insects, etc- and this lens is very difficult to use. The slightest movement by the photographer or the subject and the sense starts the autofocus process- all the way through the entire focal rang- until it locks on again. Then with a mother beat of a heart or the slightest breeze on a flower and the agonizingly slow focusing process starts again.To say this lens is slow to autofocus is true- it is glacially slow; but the constant in and back out refocusing is what makes the lens useless for handheld nature photography out in the field. i'l have to stick with my Tamron 90mm or my Sigma 150mm macros. With the x-E2 I find that the 55-200 lens actually turns out better macro in actual field use. It is frustrating to use for candid portrait work at events for the same reason.

 
5.0

Light Weight & Fantastic Macro

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I use this lens for both close up images and macro shots. It is very light weight, easy to use, a little slow on focusing, but great on IQ.

 
4.0

Well Built

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very well built and possibly sharper than the xtrans sensor.

 
4.0

Great Value for Current Pricing

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For the current price, this is a good lens. It's well made and does the job for most of my close up work, although not technically a Marco lens, I believe. I am using it on my X-Pro1 for outside situations. Mostly still work, so I can't attest to its performance picking up a focus on a moving target, etc.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Better Now After Firmware Update

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With the lens and my Fuji-X camera both updated with the latest firmware, the lens focuses much faster and more accurately for me. It is not the fastest focusing lens in the X line up but it now works just fine for my uses. The bokeh is nice and pleasing to the eye. While focusing the lens makes a little more noise than some of the other X lenses but it is not obnoxiously loud. Some of my high-end Nikon lenses make more noise. The macro is decent. Sharp lens. Small and light. I can carry it in my coat pocket and not know it is there. Before the firmware update I was looking for another solution for a portrait lens. So I am no longer tempted to buy the 56mm 1.2 right now for portraits. Maybe next year! ;)

 
4.0

Good, but not great.

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I would really love to do more macro photography with my Fuji XE2 camera; unfortunately, this may not be the lens for it. It hunts quite a bit in even moderately low light; better for manual focussing. Image quality is very good, though magnification for macro is only 0.5. Bokeh is excellent, images are sharp to edges, and color is bright. A lovely portrait lens, just not quite the horsepower I was looking for as a macro lens. I would love a longer focal length, faster lens with 1:1 macro ability. Build quality is excellent, and manual focus is very nice to use - grip is wide and ridged for slow, precise turning.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Should Have Bought This Lens First!

By

Portraits excellent with beautiful Bokeh. Pictures are tack-sharp, even at 1200 ISO ! I have the 14 mm, and the 55-200 zoom. This is now the lens I use the most. The Macro setting at 90 mm allows you to do close-ups without your own shadow covering the shot. I love it !

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good portrait lens

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Great pictures, bokeh, and build quality. Feels very solid. Others have complained about its slow focus speed, but I haven't really noticed unless the lighting is pretty low (like iso 3200 low)

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Martin P  When you say the LCD might be scratched, how could that affect the lens?
JENNY W  I took me days to think what the question really means, still don't know exactly. Assuming LCD is the screen on the back of the camera, when the scratch is visible, it has nothing to do with the lens, in terms of focus performance or image quality. This is a beautiful lens, fast response and excellent image quality for the money.
Martin P  When you say the LCD might be scratched, how could that affect the lens?
JENNY W  I took me days to think what the question really means, still don't know exactly. Assuming LCD is the screen on the back of the camera, when the scratch is visible, it has nothing to do with the lens, in terms of focus performance or image quality. This is a beautiful lens, fast response and excellent image quality for the money.
Sahin S  Hello,I would like to buy the Fujifilm XF 60 mm Lens through the internet with the filter promotion. My question is if I buy it from Internet and give my friends name whom will come and collect from your store, can this be done?
DENNIS B  Adorama has to answer a question that concerns store policy This is not a product question
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