For those who’re a Fujifilm person sick of the same old black and silver lenses Fujifilm and different optics producers supply supply, you’re going to like the newest glass from Viltrox: a limited-edition set of matte white variations of its 23mm, 33mm and 56mm F1.4 primes for Fujifilm X-mount cameras.
These limited-edition lenses are equivalent to their extra noire counterparts, other than the paint job, which is completely white, other than darkish gray markings for the aperture ring, lens markings and Viltrox branding. Whereas the white paint job is kind of novel, it’s a unusual selection contemplating almost all Fujifilm cameras can be found solely in black and silver varieties, which makes the optics stand out quite obnoxiously. But when that’s what you’re going for, or have a customized white case/wrap, these will surely be distinctive pairing.
Viltrox says solely 500 of every of the lenses is out there, however contemplating they’re out there each individually and as a set, it’s unclear whether or not it’s 500 whole for every lens or 1,000 for every lens, with 500 being for particular person gross sales and 500 for equipment gross sales. We’ve contacted Viltrox for clarification on this, however within the meantime you should buy the 23mm, 33mm and 56mm F1.4 XF lenses for $379, $329 and $379, respectively, or all three as a set for $1,079, which is a whopping $10 financial savings.
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