Designed to be paired with Fujifilm APS-C-sized mirrorless digital cameras, this wide-angle zoom lens has the capacity to shoot sweeping landscapes to a professional level. A 35mm equivalent focal length of 15-36mm enables you to capture expansive scenes with clear definition. You can also get closer to your subject to produce excellent clarity and detail if you want to go beyond landscapes.
Great for close-ups
The Fuji 10-24mm f/4 R OIS lens isn’t just for landscapes. A minimum focus distance of 24cm means you can also shoot at shorter distances. The lens works well for portraits or interior photographs, and can also capture beautiful definition in macro shots. You’ll be able to capture the small details in your subjects, resulting in beautiful close-up shots.
Work in any light conditions
A fast constant f/4 aperture delivers consistent illumination throughout the zoom range for exceptional low light performance. The Fuji 10-24mm f4 R OIS lens captures light even in dim situations. Your images will encompass rich colour and a high level of detail, regardless of the light you’re shooting in.
Clear imagery without distortions
With 14 elements in 10 groups, this lens is equipped with four aspherical lenses and four extra-low dispersion elements. This helps to significantly reduce chromatic aberrations such as flaring, ghosting and haze throughout the zoom range. It gives your images edge-to-edge sharpness and clarity while minimising distortions, resulting in exceptional image quality.
Keep your images steady
Three-stop optical image stabilisation technology in this lens results in sharp images even at slower shutter speeds. Camera shake is reduced when shooting handheld, and even in in dimly lit rooms or landscapes at twilight. Images result in sharpness and detail without haze or blur, regardless of the lighting.
Ghosting and lens flare is further reduced with the HT-EBC multi-layer coating in the Fuji 10-24mm f4 R OIS lens. The anti-reflective coating achieves high contrast in your images without any image distortions, resulting in crystal clear imagery.
Images courtesy of Fujifilm Australia