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Fuji Lens Setup

05.09.2018 10:00

-8mm For when I want to capture it all -23mm For snapshots and landscapes -35mm More or less the same as the 23, only that I want a little bit more control of bokeh or what is in the frame -50mm For portraits.

I love my lenses, and the output I get from them. But I think I want to get a zoom, especially for traveling. The problem is that zooms are kind of heavy, but it is a pain to change primes a lot.

So, I guess I will get one. The one I like the best of the for sale lenses for Fuji is the 18-135mm.