Prime lenses for your Fuji X-series camera

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If you’re new to the Fuji system, you’ll want to make sure you choose the best glass available. Here, Andrew Gibson reveasl three of his favourite optics

The 18mm f/2 lens mounted on a Fujifilm X-T1 camera during a landscape shoot

The 18mm f/2 lens mounted on a Fujifilm X-T1 camera during a landscape shoot

The Fujifilm X series is a relatively new line of cameras – many photographers who buy a Fujifilm camera do so in order to supplement their current digital SLR system or even replace it. If this is you, it means you’ll need to buy some new lenses as well as a body. The question naturally arises as to which lenses would be most suitable, and how many to buy.

The answer depends on what subject matter you intend to shoot. I advocate taking the simple approach when it comes to gear acquisition, and therefore I’d recommend buying no more than three lenses when you start out. This should cover all your shooting needs and you can always buy more lenses in the future if you find you need them.

Limiting your initial purchases saves you money. More importantly, from the creative point of view, it encourages you to learn to get the best out of your selected lenses.

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Prime lenses for your Fuji X-series camera

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