The New Fujifilm 23mm f1.4 and 33mm f1.4 R WR LM are Super Exciting!

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There’s some really good news today! Fujifilm is announcing two new lenses for the X series of cameras. We’re getting a brand new Fujifilm 23mm f1.4 R WR M. That’s incredibly exciting because the older version really needed an update. But we’re also getting a new 33mm f1.4 R WR LM. Fujifilm seems a bit enamored with the idea of a 33mm lens. And veteran Fuji shooters might be wondering. 

What You Need to Know

Here’s what you need to know about the new Fujifilm 33mm f1.4 R WR LM and the Fujifilm 23mm f1.4 R WR LM lenses.

  • Both lenses have a similar build quality and overall profile to the 18mm f1.4 R WR LM
  • Both are weather resistant
  • Both have a 58mm filter size
  • Both have 9 aperture blades
  • Both have 10 groups and 15 elements
  • 2 aspherical and 3 ED elements in each lens
  • They’re both super lightweight
  • No pull-back focusing ring and therefore no hyperfocal distance shooting.

These three lenses together make up a new set that Fujifilm is creating to be small, lightweight, have a fast aperture, weather sealing, and more. If they’re anything like the 18mm is, then we’re already sold.

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