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The Fujifilm GF 100-200mm f5.6

The Fujifilm GF 100-200mm f5.6 

With increasing conviction that Fujifilm GFX is a system that will interest a lot of LuLa readers, we’ve been trying to take a look at more and more GF lenses. Most GFX photographers will likely opt for a basic kit that includes one of the three midrange zooms or a couple of fast midrange prime lenses to cover the normal focal range.

If you don't have the 23mm f4 lens, the Fuji 20-35mm f4 zoom lens is a clear choice because it seems to have no disadvantages compared to the fixed lens. At the longer focal lengths, you have four older lens options released between 2017 and 2019, ranging from 110mm to 250mm. In almost a separate category is a new 500mm f5.6 lens is expected later this year, which is significantly longer than the others.

The four longer Fujifilm GF lenses include a fast 110mm f2, a 120mm f4 macro, a 100-200mm f5.6 zoom, and a long 250mm f4. There is a long tradition of excep...

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Dan Wells, "Shuttterbug" on the trail, is a landscape photographer, long-distance hiker and student in the Master of Divinity program at Harvard Divinity School. He lives in Cambridge, MA when not in wild places photographing and contemplating our connection to the natural world. Dan's images try to capture the spirit he finds in places where, in the worlds of the Wilderness Act of 1964, "Man himself is but a visitor". He has hiked 230 miles of Vermont's Long Trail and 450 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail with his cameras, as well as photographing in numerous National Parks, Seashores and Forests over the years - often in the offseason when few people think to be there. In the summer of 2020, Dan plans to hike a stretch of hundreds of miles on the Pacific Crest Trail, focusing on his own and others' spiritual connection to these special places, and making images that document these connections. Over years of personal work and teaching photography, Dan has used a variety of equipment (presently Nikon Z7 and Fujifilm APS-C). He is looking for the perfect combination of light weight, ruggedness and superb image quality.
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