Focal length 18-135 (equivalent to 27-206mm in 35mm format) F3.5-5.6 aperture Lightweight & weather resistant 5-step Optical Image Stabilisation
The new XF18-135mm lens is suited to a variety of scene types and
subject matters. These include wide-angle shooting*1, often used for
landscapes and architecture with an excellent sense of perspective (27mm
equivalent); a normal angle of view that naturally captures the image
as it is (35mm, 40mm, 50mm equivalent); and telephoto, which allows you
to zoom right in to capture portraits and sports scenes (85mm, 135mm,
200mm equivalent) with its 7.5x zoom.
*1 35mm format equivalent
The XF18-135mm F3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR uses an inner focusing
mechanism*3 for rapid autofocus speeds (max. 0.1sec.)*2. This was
engineered by making the focus lens lighter and installing a linear
motor. When this lens is combined with an X-series camera body*4 which
is compatible with phase detection AF, smooth photography is offered
with faster AF.
*2 Complies with CIPA guidelines, internal measurement, during high performance mode, according to Fujifilm as of June 2014
Method that moves relatively smaller lenses in the middle or at the end
without moving the front which is composed of relatively larger lenses
*4 As of June 2014, “FUJIFILM X-T1” and “FUJIFILM X-E2”
In order to achieve the world’s most advanced 5.0-stop image
stabilisation performance, the ability to detect movement in the
low-frequency band was improved, and an algorithm to accurately sense
blur from the detected signal was developed. Correction performance was
doubled in the lowspeed shutter range. This helps to support a
lightly-equipped shooting style without the use of a tripod.
newly adopted high-precision gyro sensor is installed with quartz
oscillators which detect movement from high frequency to low frequency
A dust-proof, weatherproof structure with sealing applied to 20
different areas of the lens barrel is resistant to typical atmospheric
changes that occur in a natural environment, such as sudden rain, dust,
and splashes of water.
Designed to be paired with the
Fujifilm X-T1 and its dedicated vertical grip VG-XT1 which also have
dust-proof and weather resistant bodies.
16 elements in 12 groups
(4 aspherical elements and 2 ED lenses)
(35mm format equivalent: 27-206mm)
Angle of view:
7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
Number of blades. Step size:
1/3 step (17 steps)
Normal: 0.6m~?. Macro: 0.45m~?
Maximum diameter x length (approx.)
(distance from tip to standard mount flange)
75.7mm x 97.8mm (Wide-angle) / 158mm (Tele)
(excluding lens cap and hood) 490g
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