A Review of the Fujifilm XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR Lens

50mm lenses with wide apertures are some of the most useful and versatile options a photographer can own, suitable for a wide range of genres and applications, including portraits, low-light events, and much more. For Fujifilm shooters, there is the XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR, this excellent video review takes a look at the lens and the sort of performance and image quality you can expect from it in real-world usage.

Coming to you from Dustin Abbott, this in-depth video review takes a look at the Fujifilm XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR lens. With an equivalent focal length of 50mm, the XF 33mm f/1.4 offers a nice combination of focal length and wide aperture and comes with a range of useful features, including:

  • Two aspherical elements and three ED elements for reduced distortion and spherical aberrations and improved sharpness
  • Minimized optical aberrations for more accurate and saturated colors
  • Linear autofocus motor 
  • Reduced focus breathing for video work
  • Minimum focusing distance of 11.8 inches (maximum magnification of 0.15x)
  • Rounded nine-blade diaphragm for smoother bokeh
  • All-metal construction
  • Dust- and moisture-resistance
  • Compact size: 2.9 inches in length 
  • Weight: 12.7 ounces (360 g)

Altogether, the XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR looks like a very nice lens. Check out the video above for Abbott's full thoguhts on the lens. 

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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