Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS Lens
This Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS Lens comes with a full Fujifilm Australia warranty.
Fujifilm have produced the following Video Review to introduce the Fujinon 10-24mm wide angle zoom lens.
Fujifilm Australia has put this "How To" Video together for you.
Fuji 10-24mm rings all the wide angle bells. The 10-24mm is ultra wide to standard focal length capabilities make it the perfect choice for shooting dynamic, high impact landscapes images with excellent detail from the foreground to the far distance.
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 inner focusing system, and the use of a stepping motor and lightweight internal lenses has ensured that the XF10-24mm is very quiet to use.
Its minimum working distance of 24cm means that with macro photography you can capture both the small foreground detail and the wider surroundings to give your subject greater context.
* 35mm format equivalent
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|Name||Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS Lens - $200 Cashback on NOW til Jan 4th 2017|
|Manufacturer Part Number||16412188|
|Lens Mount||Fujifilm X|
|Lens Maximum Aperture||F4|
|Lens Minimum Aperture||F22|
|Lens Starting Focal Length||10mm|
|Lens Ending Focal Length||24mm|
|Lens Minimum Focussing Distance||24 cm|
|Built-in Autofocus Motor||No|
|Narrowest Angle of View||61.2 degrees|
|Widest Angle of View||110 degrees|
|Lens Compatibility||Crop Sensor|
|Includes Lens Hood||Yes|
|Includes Lens Case||No|
|Includes Tripod Collar||No|
|Product Weight||410 grams|
|External Length||87 mm|
|Warranty Period||12 Months|
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