Fujifilm has updated its roadmap of lenses for the APS-C X-mount system. The latest version adds the XF18mm F1.4 wide-angle prime, along with a fairly long, moderately fast 70-300mm F4-5.6 OIS telezoom. Both lenses are shown as being due for launch in 2021.
The 18mm will be equivalent to a 27mm lens, in full-frame terms, while the 70-300mm will offer a focal length range equivalent to that of a 105-450mm lens on a full-frame camera.
The lineup of current lenses now extends to 18 prime lenses and 12 photographic zooms, along with three teleconverters and two high-end video zooms. The additional prime and telezoom will take the total to 34 lenses overall, by the end of 2021.
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