There is a lot of choice these days when it comes to short telephoto lenses for portraits within the Fujifilm X-mount system. In addition to various manual focus products, there are now no fewer than 8 lenses ranging from 50mm to 90mm (75mm to 135mm equivalent).
In this comparison, we take a look at four of them: three made by Fujifilm itself, including the world’s first AF lens with a 1.0 aperture, and one made by Viltrox, which is currently one of the only third-party brand to design autofocus lenses for Fuji users.
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