Outstandingly Light & Portable
Pack lighter, travel freer and shoot handheld easier, for longer. The Fujifilm XF 70-300mm f4-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens is a lens you needn’t think twice about taking with you. Equivalent to 107mm-457mm in zoom range, yet only 132.5mm in length and 580g*in weight, it gives you the chance to capture high-impact shots of distant subjects – without the burden of large, heavy conventional super-telephoto lenses.
*Excluding lens caps and hoods
Ultra-fast AF Performance for Unpredictable Action
It doesn’t matter whether you’re tracking apex predators from afar or intense sporting moments from the sidelines. The Fujifilm XF 70-300mm f4-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens delivers the speed you need to freeze action fast. Its ultra-fast linear motor makes autofocus brilliantly responsive and virtually silent, so you can snap those unmissable moments sharply and without disturbing your subject.
5.5-stop Optical Image Stabilisation
When you’re shooting handheld or in low light, advanced optical image stabilisation (OIS) in the Fujifilm XF 70-300mm f4-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens gives you a definite edge. This powerful system offers 5.5 stops of correction, minimising blur from camera shake to ensure crisp, professional detail.
Stunning Half-Macro Capabilities
With the Fujifilm XF 70-300mm f4-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens, you needn’t limit your gaze to the distance. An 83cm minimum object distance and 0.33x (0.5x full frame equivalent) maximum magnification make this lens outstanding for telephoto close-ups. Create dramatic 1:2 or half-macro shots of nearby flowers or other small details, or zoom right in on wildlife in faraway trees – all with the same lens.
Built for Any Shooting Challenge
To capture the world’s most extraordinary sights, you need gear that’s built for the challenge. The XF 70-300mm f4-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens from Fujifilm is not only resistant to dust and moisture, but also operable in temperatures as low as -10°C. So even in unpredictable weather or some of the harshest environments, you can count on being able to tell the full story.
Image Credits: Kiko Arcas, Andrew Hall