Published Jan 27, 2021
Fujifilm’s latest XF 70-300mm F4-5.6 has been on the brand’s roadmap for some time now and we were pleased to finally get our hands on a shootable copy. It adds quite a bit of versatility to the potential tool kit of X-mount shooters, offering a 107-457mm (35mm equiv.) field-of-view. The lens is also weather-sealed and stabilized, making it great choice for wildlife photography. Plus it’s compatible with Fujifilm’s 1.4x and 2x teleconverters.
Note: Images in this gallery are pre-production. At Fujifilm’s request, we’ve included only JPEGs at this time.
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