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Where's the 10-24mm love?

 
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Sep 26, 2016 21:44 |  #1

I'll be picking up a fuji UWA hopefully very soon. I just find it odd that many of the POTN Fuji user do not have them?

My 16-35 f/2.8mk2 on my canon is my go to lens for wedding documentation to casual. I feel at a loss without a UWA with my fuji gear.

Where are the users??


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Sep 26, 2016 21:59 |  #2

Random samples. It's a great lens, and you have given me a good reminder that I should use it more.

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Sep 26, 2016 22:04 |  #3

I only have a couple shots but here are two recent ones. Great lens but its hard to find a fuji lens that isnt pretty great! The times I've been reaching for a wide angle have been for milkyway work so I've been using the rokinon 12mm f2 for the faster aperture.

I'm sure there are others using this lens, however I think most are using the fuji camera for general day to day stuff so you'll find more with the "normal" focal ranges.


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Sep 28, 2016 01:13 |  #4

I couldn't resist......... I'll have to post photos soon :)


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Sep 28, 2016 09:02 |  #5

I bought one for my current Europe trip. It has been my goto lens 90% of the time so far on either my X Pro 2 or X-T1.


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Sep 28, 2016 09:19 |  #6

Aus.Morgo wrote in post #18142658 (external link)
I bought one for my current Europe trip. It has been my goto lens 90% of the time so far on either my X Pro 2 or X-T1.

Tested the lens yesterday and I'll have to say the IQ is almost like how I navigate with my 5dmk3 w/ canon UWA setup. The way it captures the images is better than my 16-35 f/2.8 with Canon 5dmk3. The fuji 10-24 is more parallel to the 16-35 f/4IS in image quality with insane sharpness and micro contrast.

The real test for me is to have a HSS capable fuji flash/bright sun in an outdoor event or family session with the 10-24mm. For me I'm curious how this lens focuses in direct sunlight. The Canon 16-35 f/2.8 does extremely well with intentional sun shots directly in the lens vs the f4IS.

All I need is a OE fuji flash with TTL/HSS then I can feel more comfortable. I'm not thrilled with an f/4 zoom but for my purposes for my fuji system it will work. I truly wished for an f/2.8 UWA from Fuji regardless of size. Both Canon 16-35 f/2.8 and f/4IS isn't very heavy.

For my style this UWA was an absolute must have for my comfort zone in my workflow.....what a killer lens that will go along side my favourite 16mm!!!


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Sep 28, 2016 13:29 as a reply to  @ AlanU's post |  #7

Direct sunlight? Here ya go.

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Sep 28, 2016 13:34 |  #8

Thanks Sagedi,

I'll want to test that lens out for some flare shots for family sessons. I'll need a flash for some fill though......

This is where I'm still so comfortable with my canon setup.

I'm willing to explore more with my fuji gear.


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Sep 28, 2016 17:11 |  #9

AlanU wrote in post #18142674 (external link)
Tested the lens yesterday and I'll have to say the IQ is almost like how I navigate with my 5dmk3 w/ canon UWA setup. The way it captures the images is better than my 16-35 f/2.8 with Canon 5dmk3. The fuji 10-24 is more parallel to the 16-35 f/4IS in image quality with insane sharpness and micro contrast.

The real test for me is to have a HSS capable fuji flash/bright sun in an outdoor event or family session with the 10-24mm. For me I'm curious how this lens focuses in direct sunlight. The Canon 16-35 f/2.8 does extremely well with intentional sun shots directly in the lens vs the f4IS.

All I need is a OE fuji flash with TTL/HSS then I can feel more comfortable. I'm not thrilled with an f/4 zoom but for my purposes for my fuji system it will work. I truly wished for an f/2.8 UWA from Fuji regardless of size. Both Canon 16-35 f/2.8 and f/4IS isn't very heavy.

For my style this UWA was an absolute must have for my comfort zone in my workflow.....what a killer lens that will go along side my favourite 16mm!!!


My only complaint with the lens is the lack of weather sealing. I had my Xpro2 and the 10-24 pretty wet, not drenched or anything though, up in Scotland a couple weeks ago. I did my best to keep the 10-24 out of it but it still got some. So far it seems to be fine though.


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Sep 28, 2016 17:12 |  #10

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Nov 07, 2016 05:38 |  #11

I'll have mine on Wednesday, I can't wait. Since the 17-40 was my main landscape lens on the 5D3, now that I've moved to Fuji I fully expect the 10-24 to be just about permanently attached. I too wish it was weather sealed though. I guess I'll have to be just a little more cautious regarding weather than I was with my Canon gear. But that's what plastic shopping bags and good gear insurance is for ;-)a


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Nov 11, 2016 23:15 |  #12

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I'll have to say I feel f/4 limiting at times but I can still push this lens :)

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Nov 11, 2016 23:32 |  #13

This lens is glued to my XT-1.

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Nov 11, 2016 23:53 |  #14

My go to lens with my Canon full frame's is usually my 24Lmk2 or 16-35 f/2.8mk2.

I've been so pleased to have a native UWA on my fuji bodies.


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Jan 04, 2017 20:50 |  #15

I am looking into getting a Fuji setup and I gotta say, the wide angle bothered me but learning about this lens and the samyang 12 it seems to be covered. I as well am not thrilled about the F4, but like you the 24Lii is my go to/favorite lens and having that view and 1.4 is pretty amazing. Still, I made due with a sigma 10-20 for a long time on my xsi, I presume that this lens is better than that.


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