Fujifilm Medium Format Lens Database

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The G-Mount is the mounting system employed on Fujifilm’s new GFX-Series mirrorless medium format digital camera, the GFX 50S. The GFX 50S is the first camera to use the G-Mount, which is a fully electronic bayonet mounting system. At the time of writing there is only one class of G-mount lens named ‘GF’; There are currently seven GF lenses available. G-Mount lenses are identifiable by the inclusion of ‘GF’ in the lens model designation, and the ‘GF Fujinon’ marker embossed on the lens barrel.


Fujifilm GF 23mm F4 R LM WR Announced Apr 19, 2017 Prime lens • Fujifilm G $2,049.00
Medium Format

Fujifilm GF 32-64mm F4 R LM WR
Announced Jan 19, 2017 Fujifilm G
Medium Format

Fujifilm GF 45mm F2.8 R WR

Announced Sep 7, 2017 Prime lens • Fujifilm G Medium Format $1,349.00

Fujifilm GF 63mm F2.8 R WR
Announced Jan 19, 2017 Prime lens • Fujifilm G
Medium Format

Fujifilm GF 110mm F2 R LM WR
Announced Apr 19, 2017 Prime lens • Fujifilm G
Medium Format
$2,249.00 - $2,264.99

Fujifilm GF 120mm F4 R LM OIS WR Macro
Announced Jan 19, 2017 Fujifilm G
Medium Format

Fujifilm GF 250mm F4 R LM OIS WR
Announced Apr 12, 2018 Fujifilm G
Medium Format
$3,299.00

 

Fujifilm Normal 135mm f/5.6 GX M Lens for GX-680 Cameras.

Fuji made the very interesting GX 680 III camera. It is similar in size and weight to the huge Mamiya RB/RZ system but you get modern electronics and the same perspective controls that you'd find on the front standard of a view camera. • Buy Fujifilm Medium Format Camera Lenses

Fujifilm Normal 135mm f/5.6 GX M Lens for GX-680 Cameras.

The heart of the Fuji GX680 system is an impressive perspective control camera body and a large lens lineup for it. Modern lens design techniques, coupled with special optical glass and Fuji's exclusive Electron Beam Multicoating (EBC) means impeccable performance and superb quality.

Specifications of lens movements on the GX680III camera body are: rise and fall is 15mm/13mm; tilt is 12° up and 12° down; swing is 12 degrees left and 12° right, and Shift 7.5mm left and 7.5mm right. Most GX680 lenses will handle one complete movement on the 6x8cm format, but some will vignette when two or more movements are combined.

    • Fuji GX680 lenses now feature built-in shot-counters - M (memory) • The M lenses will work on the older 680 models, but without the shot-count feature • All Fujinon Lenses are multi-coated in Fujifilm's exclusive EBC (Electron Beam Coating) process, virtually eliminating ghost images and flare and ensuring superior light permeability
Fujifilm Telephoto 180mm f/5.6 GX M Lens for GX-680 CamerasFujifilm Telephoto 180mm f/5.6 GX M Lens for GX-680 Cameras

Fuji GX-M 180mm f/5.6 Lens - The heart of the Fuji GX680 system is an impressive perspective control camera body and a large lens lineup for it. Modern lens design techniques, coupled with special optical glass and Fuji's exclusive Electron Beam Multicoating (EBC) means impeccable performance and superb quality.

Specifications of lens movements on the GX680III camera body are: rise and fall is 15mm/13mm; tilt is 12° up and 12° down; swing is 12° left and 12° right, and Shift 7.5mm left and 7.5mm right. Most GX680 lenses will handle one complete movement on the 6x8cm format, but some will vignette when two or more movements are combined. 

• Fuji GX680 lenses now feature built-in shot-counters - M (memory)
• The M lenses will work on the older 680 models, but without the shot-count feature
• All Fujinon Lenses are multi-coated in Fujifilm's exclusive EBC (Electron Beam Coating) process, virtually eliminating ghost images and flare and ensuring superior light permeability

Fujifilm Telephoto 190mm f/8 GX M Soft Focus Lens for GX-680 Cameras

Fujifilm Telephoto 190mm f/8 GX M Soft Focus Lens for GX-680 Cameras The Fujinon 190mm f8 GXM SF lens is uncorrected for spherical aberrations to produce a soft focus effect. The soft focus effect is most pronounced at full aperture. If the aperture is stopped down to f16 or more, the subject will turn out as sharp as that in a picture taken with an ordinary lens.

Note! With traditional soft focus lenses of this type, optimum focusing must be done at the shooting aperture. This lens allows wide open focusing and features an automatic diaphragm, but the true point of focus will shift somewhat when the aperture stops down. To help avoid this, the stop-down preview lever on the lens has a lock which can be used to set the diaphragm to the chosen working aperture.

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