Could be great for my portrait and macro shots.
That'll be nice to have image stabilization and faster AF. I wonder if the f/2 generation glass will still be faster in AF.
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AlanU wrote in post #18411795
Is there a demand for macro lenses for Fuji shooters???? 60mm seems sufficient to fit the void in the macro application.
I can't speak for everyone, but it will work for me. The focal length is perfect for my headshots and portraits but a bit too long for full body shot as the communication will be a little challenging.
Thats a nice focal length for macro, for portraits I have the 90 and that is so, so good I doubt I buy it for that reason but if I didn't already own the 90/2 I might. The 90 gets in pretty close as it is anyway & perhaps OIS would have been nice but given that you'd be shooting portraits above 1/160 to cancel out any movement from the subject OIS would do little for you there. The 135L f/2 was my favourite canon lens I don't think the 90/2 matches it, I prefer the 56/1.2 for portraits probably because the Fuji bodies are smaller and I can get closer without cramping my subject with a big camera and lens.
Jul 31, 2017 23:14 as a reply to Two Hot Shoes's post |
Not sure how true this is...
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