SMALL but MIGHTY!! FUJIFILM 16mm F2.8 REVIEW



Looking for a wide angle lens for your Fuji X system camera? This might be the one! The Fuji XF 16mm F2.8 R WR is an affordable and solid performing lens! In this Fujifilm 16mm f2.8 review, we’ll take a look at the pros, cons, uses, and examples of this lens.

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28 Comments

  1. Arth Christopher Chavez

    i'm using the fujifilm xa-1 and i love playing with it, and learning new stuffs all by myself. this lens is 'small but mighty' indeed, i would love to have this kind of lens (well, maybe this year). thanks Dunna for this review! always supporting your channel!

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  2. Gianmarco Ortolani

    So it seems that you are enjoying the X-T3, from the previous comparing videos it looked like you were going to keep the 6500 🙂 I just bought a 6400 with the SEL 18135, and when I saw the capabilities of the X-T3, I just wondered if I made the right choice. If you could choose to have only one of those what you would keep? Price-wise for a new one, I paid body + lens 1.129,00 Euro while the X-T3 with the same Fuji lens would cost me around 1.580,00, so quite a lot more.

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  3. Selva Ganam S

    Hey dunna.. I need your help in choosing my first camera. I'm confused between Sony a6400 and 6500. My primary focus will be videos. All this confusion is only because of the dim screen in a6500…rest everything is fine for me. I'm from India, here Sony a6400 and a6500 costs almost same just a 10$ USD difference.

    I'm interested in purchasing Sigma 30mm F1.4 as my first prime lens and I'll keep kit lens too.

    Please help me choose buddy…it will be very helpful… I'm confused for the last two months 🤪🤪

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  4. Luis Chaves Arthouse

    Hey dunna! Had this lens but sold it cause of this weird black arc only seen on video at 1080p FHD. Can you do a test? Its located on the bottom part of the video bows inward

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  5. Jared Quackenbush

    Love that sweet sweet fuji gear! Currently shooting client work with X-T3 and X-H1, while daily shooting with the x100F. Yes, Im not a FujiFanBoy HAHA Great Video!

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  6. Mark Holtze

    Would have been an interesting lens to test out with the X-T30 I had on loaner. Love that Fijifilm lenses put their aperture control ON the lens since it’s a lens function. Helps land the idea that aperture is a lens thing and shutter speed is a camera body thing and the two have very different impacts on the image.

    Also nice having a wide angle prime in the kid, I know primes aren’t as versatile, but I just love them so much more than zooms.

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  7. Stephen Krieger

    #sony4lyfe!! That said, I really like the aesthetic of the Fuji body. It reminds me of my dad's Canon in the 70s. How do you like it compared to the various A6XXX's?

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  8. Jen O'Hogan

    That was awesome.
    If you ever get a chance, try vintage glass on the X-T3, they marry really really well. The experience is a lot of fun. And you can get primes for super cheap.

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  9. Modern Slice

    Edited comment: Given the fact it was raining, okay. I prefer real world examples of lens performance vs like sheets of music or other kind of boring "slate" like images that showcase "clarity". 

    Sorry for my initial grumpy post, but lens review are my fav and I felt like I was inside a cave the whole time.

    Rain's fault, not yours.

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  10. Randy McKown

    I just switched to Fuji this Spring and that was the first lens I bought .. it really is a great little lens for any Fuji shooter.

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