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Fujifilm Unveils The Latest X Series Lens Roadmap

Fujifilm's new lens roadmap shows that 2 more lenses will be added to the X Mount lens line-up in 2021, taking the overall total to 37 lenses.

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Fujifilm unveils the latest lens roadmap for X Series


Fujifilm has unveiled its latest interchangeable lens roadmap for the X Series range of mirrorless digital cameras which features focal lengths from ultra-wide to telephoto

The first lens to be added to the roadmap is the XF18mm f/1.4 which joins the collection of professional large-diameter prime lenses. The second lens to be added is the XF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 OIS lightweight telephoto zoom. Both lenses will make an arrival in 2021. 

Also announced today, is the XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR ultra-wide zoom lens.

These announcements expand the lineup of interchangeable lenses for the X Series to 37 and the overall total of GFX and X Series combined now sits at 49 lenses. 

Read our hands-on preview of the new Fujifilm X-S10!

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peterjones 18 5.1k 1 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2020 8:35AM
Sorry Fuji but your lenses make no regard for the nature photographer whose interests are only served by the 100-400 and the 80mm macro, until you can offer lenses like Nikonís delightful 300mm f/4 and 500 f/5.6 many potential converts to your so far excellent system will remain elsewhere.

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