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Recently started to explore Pergear 35mm F1.2 lens on Fuji X. It's quite an interesting glass, and I'm going to discover more details about the internals soon by disassembling it.

For now here's the initial review article of Pergear 35mm F1.2 on Fuji X-E2s camera. I'll keep updating it with more pictures and discoveries.

 

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      Kipon (/HandeVision) (7 lenses)
      Ibelux 40mm / 0.85 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,75 m - Magnification: 1:20 - Aperture Blades: 10 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 67 mm - Diameter: 74 mm - Length: 128 mm - Weight: 1150 g - Price (approx.): €1700/$1200
      The fastest lens for the Fuji X-Mount, as well as the fastest CSC-Lens overall. Very long close focus distance, big, heavy, extremely expensive. A lot of purple fringing, and not extremely sharp. In short, not worth the money, but definitely something special. (Reviews at FujiRumors part 1 part 2, Admiring Light, Steve Huff, Matt Granger (youtube))
       
      Ibelux 40mm / 0.85 Mark II
      Close Focus Distance: 0,75 m - Magnification: 1:20 - Aperture Blades: 10 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 67 mm - Diameter: 74 mm - Length: 128 mm - Weight: 1150 g - Price (approx.): €--/$--
      An update to the fastest lens for the Fuji X-Mount. Supposed to be better corrected optically.
       
      Iberit 24mm / 2.4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,25 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 58 mm - Length: 68 mm - Weight: 320 g - Price (approx.): €620/$620
      Manual wide angle prime lens.
       
      Iberit 35mm / 2.4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,35 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 58 mm - Length: 45 mm - Weight: 280 g - Price (approx.): €580/$580
      Manual medium wide angle prime lens.
       
      Iberit 50mm / 2.4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,6 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 58 mm - Length: 65 mm - Weight: 310 g - Price (approx.): €550/$550
      Manual medium telephoto prime lens.
       
      Iberit 75mm / 2.4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,6 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 58 mm - Length: 75 mm - Weight: 330 g - Price (approx.): €540/$540
      Manual telephoto prime lens.
       
      Iberit 90mm / 2.4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,7 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 10 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 58 mm - Length: 79 mm - Weight: 340 g - Price (approx.): €490/$490
      Manual telephoto prime lens.
       
       
      Lensbaby (5 stand-alone lenses, 8 drop-in lenses for composer system)
      Circular Fisheye 5.8mm f/3.5 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,1 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 70 mm - Length: 76 mm - Weight: 329 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$300
      A circular fisheye lens with an angle of view of 185°. It throws a circular image onto the sensor plane of a full frame or APS-C camera, the rest of the image is black. The internal barrel is polished to create a ring of flare and reflection outside the image circle. (Reviews at Shutterbug, Micro 4/3rds Photography )
       
      Burnside 35 f/2.8 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,15 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 62 mm - Diameter: 70 mm - Length: 67 mm - Weight: 374 g - Price (approx.): €--/$500
      "Swirly Bokeh" lens with second aperture to control strenght of swirl effect and vignetting.
       
      Sol 45 f/3.5 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,35 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: ?? - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 73 mm - Length: 38 mm - Weight: 257 g - Price (approx.): €--/$200
      Selective focus lens (extremely curved field of focus). By tilting the lens, you move the "focus point" across the frame, which will be the only part of the picture that is sharp, while everything else gets blurred. Has additional aperture blades in front of the lens to shape the out of focus rendering.
       
      Velvet 56mm product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,13 m - Magnification: 1:2 - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 62 mm - Diameter: 72 mm - Length: 85 mm - Weight: 400 g - Price (approx.): €500/$500
      "Classic" soft focus lens, with a classic portrait focal length. You really need to like the soft focus effect. Of course, you always could take a sharp picture with other lenses of this focal length and soften them afterwards. (Reviews at PetaPixel, Jake Hicks, Andrea Gulickx, Tyson Robichaud)
       
      Velvet 85 f/1.8 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,24 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 67 mm - Diameter: 76 mm - Length: 89 mm - Weight: 530 g - Price (approx.): €500/$500
      Like the shorter Velvet 56, this is a soft focus lens.
       
      Composer Pro with interchangeable optics product page
      Diameter: -- mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: -- g - Price (approx.): € -- /$180
      Tilt adapter for several lenses produced by Lensbaby. By moving the front part of the lens, you move the "focus point" (sweet optics) or "focus slice" (edge optics) across the frame, which will be the only part of the picture that is sharp, while everything else gets blurred. Of course, you could replicate most of those effects in post, but why bother when you can do it in camera. (Reviews at Fstoppers, The Phoblographer, FujiLove, photofocus, dpreview, SLR Lounge)
       
      Composer Pro II with interchangeable optics product page
      Diameter: -- mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: -- g - Price (approx.): € -- /$200
      New version of the composer pro tilt adapter. It has a metal body and tilts 15° in every direction.
       
      - Fisheye 12 f/4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,01 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: drop in aperture discs - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 49 mm - Length: 49 mm - Weight: 156 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$100
      A circular fisheye lens with an angle of view of 160°. It throws a circular image onto the sensor plane of a full frame or APS-C camera, the rest of the image is black. The internal barrel is polished to create a ring of flare and reflection outside the image circle.
       
      - Sweet 35 f/2.5 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,19 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 49 mm - Length: 48 mm - Weight: 139 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$180
      Selective focus lens (extremely curved field of focus). By tilting the adapter, you move the "focus point" across the frame, which will be the only part of the picture that is sharp, while everything else gets blurred.
       
      - Sweet 50 f/2.5 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,38 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 49 mm - Length: 43 mm - Weight: 102 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$120
      Selective focus lens (extremely curved field of focus). By tilting the adapter, you move the "focus point" across the frame, which will be the only part of the picture that is sharp, while everything else gets blurred.
       
      - Soft Focus 50 f/2.0 product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: drop in aperture discs - Filter Thread: 37 mm - Diameter: 49 mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: -- g - Price (approx.): € -- /$90
      Soft focus lens with drop in aperture discs in three aperture sizes.
       
      - Creative Aperture 50 f/2.0 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,46 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: drop in aperture discs - Filter Thread: 37 mm - Diameter: 49 mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: 77 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$60
      Instead of soft aperture discs, this lens has 12 discs with different shaped aperture openings and a curved field of focus to generate a "focus spot".
       
      - Edge 50 f/3.2 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,2 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 48 mm - Length: 54 mm - Weight: 156 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$250
      Selective focus lens (flat field of focus). By tilting the adapter, you generate a "focus slice" across the frame, which will be the only part of the picture that is sharp, while everything else gets blurred. When the lens is not tilted, it works like a usual lens.
       
      - Twist 60 f/2.5 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,46 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 48 mm - Length: 56 mm - Weight: 128 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$180
      This lens creates a swirly bokeh, known from petzval lenses. Lensbaby recommends to use this optic on full frame cameras, because crop cameras will cut away most of the swirly bokeh.
       
      - Edge 80 f/2.8 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,43 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 48 mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: 200 g - Price (approx.): € -- /$300
      Selective focus lens (flat field of focus). By tilting the adapter, you generate a "focus slice" across the frame, which will be the only part of the picture that is sharp, while everything else gets blurred. When the lens is not tilted, it works like a usual lens.
       
       
      Meike (/Kaxinda /Neewer /Opteka /Voking) (9 lenses)
      MK-6.5mm-F/2.0 (fisheye) product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: -- - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 61 mm - Length: 51,5 mm - Weight: 300 g - Price (approx.): €/$
      A circular fisheye lens with an angle of view of 190°. It throws a circular image onto the sensor plane of a full frame or APS-C camera, the rest of the image is black. (Review at Christopher Frost Photography (Youtube))
       
      MK-8mm-F/3.5 (fisheye) product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: -- - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 77 mm - Length: 84 mm - Weight: 540 g - Price (approx.): €/$
      Fisheye lens with an angle of view of 160°, made for full frame dslr cameras. Looks similar to the old Samyang 8/3.5.
       
      MK-12mm-F/2.8 product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: -- - Filter Thread: 72 mm - Diameter: 78 mm - Length: 65,8 mm - Weight: 360 g - Price (approx.): €/$
      Manual Focus wide-angle lens. Looks suspiciously similar to the Samyang 12/2, but has a slower aperture.
       
      MK-E-25-0.95 (25mm F/0.95) product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,17 m - Magnification: 1:6.54 - Aperture Blades: 12 - Filter Thread: 55 mm - Diameter: 64 mm - Length: 101 mm - Weight: 540 g - Price (approx.): €--/$500
      The fastest wide-angle lens for the X-Mount.
       
      MK-E-28-2.8 (28mm F/2.8) product page
      Close Focus Distance: - Magnification: 1:9 - Aperture Blades: 9 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 60,4 mm - Length: 29 mm - Weight: 102 g - Price (approx.): €--/$100
      A pancake sized manual focus normal lens for mirrorless APS-C systems.
       
      Neewer 35mm F/1.2 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 8 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 60 mm - Length: 41 mm - Weight: 150 g - Price (approx.): €--/$120
      Small manual focus normal lens for mirrorless APS-C systems. Reviews say it's not very sharp.
       
      MK-E-35-1.7 (35mm F/1.7) product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: 1:8.85 - Aperture Blades: 9 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 60,5 mm - Length: 41 mm - Weight: 176 g - Price (approx.): €--/$100
      Small manual focus normal lens for mirrorless APS-C systems. (Pictures at timkwowphoto, Sergio sg's flickr photostream)
       
      MK-E-50-2.0 (50mm F/2.4?) product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: 1:12.5 - Aperture Blades: 9 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 60,5 mm - Length: 41 mm - Weight: 188 g - Price (approx.): €--/$100
      Small manual focus short telephoto lens for mirrorless APS-C systems. The Meike-branded version is labelled f/2.0, while the similar looking Kaxinda-branded version is labelled f/2.4.
       
      MK-E-85-2.8 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,25 - Magnification: 1.5:1 - Aperture Blades: 12 - Filter Thread: 55 mm - Diameter: 64 mm - Length: 117 mm - Weight: 500 g - Price (approx.): €300/$300
      Manual focus short telephoto macro lens. (Review by Damian Brown (youtube))
       
       
      Pixco (2 lenses)
      7mm f/2.8
      Close Focus Distance: -- m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: -- - Filter Thread: -- mm - Diameter: -- mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: -- g - Price (approx.): €--/$--
      tbd
       
      60mm f/2.8
      Close Focus Distance: -- m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: -- - Filter Thread: -- mm - Diameter: -- mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: -- g - Price (approx.): €--/$--
      tbd
       
       
      Machang Optics (/Sainsonic /Kamlan /Starblitz /Wesley /Zonlai) (5 lenses)
      22mm F1.8 Zonlai
      Close Focus Distance: 0,15 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 10 - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 55 mm - Length: 45 mm - Weight: 224 g - Price (approx.): €160/$160
      Very cheap manual medium-wide-angle prime lens.
       
      24mm F1.8 Wesley Macro MC
      Close Focus Distance: 0,1 m (with reverse adapter) - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 60 mm - Length: 33 mm - Weight: 151 g - Price (approx.): €90/$90
      Very cheap manual medium-wide-angle prime lens. Aperture and focus ring are reversed compared to the "Zonlai" branded lenses. Package includes a reverse mount adapter that can be used for macro photography.
       
      25mm F1.8 Discover / Movie HD
      Close Focus Distance: 0,18 m - Magnification: 1:4 - Aperture Blades: 12 - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 60 mm - Length: 33 mm - Weight: 142 g - Price (approx.): €110/$120
      Very cheap manual medium-wide-angle prime lens. (short Review at keh.vn via translate.google, pictures at ppchunn's flickr-album and redfishingboat's thread)
       
      35mm F1.8 Discover
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: 1:8 - Aperture Blades: 12 - Filter Thread: 46 mm - Diameter: 60 mm - Length: 33 mm - Weight: 142 g - Price (approx.): €140/$120
      Very cheap manual normal prime lens. (Review by Jonathan Hartmann (youtube))
       
      55mm F1.1 Kamlan
      Close Focus Distance: 0,5 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 - Filter Thread: 52 mm - Diameter: 60 mm - Length: 60 mm - Weight: 248 g - Price (approx.): €170/$170
      Very cheap manual short tele lens with very fast aperture. (Review by Alik Griffin)
       
       
      Samyang (/Bower /Falcon /Opteka /Polar /Pro-Optic /Rokinon /Vivitar /Walimex) (20 lenses)
      8mm F2.8 UMC Fish-eye II & 8mm T3.1 Cine UMC Fish-eye II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 60 mm - Length: 65 mm - Weight: 290 g - Price (approx.): €380/$300
      The go-to fisheye lens for the X-Mount. Small, light, fast, a true mirrorless APS-C design, and not very expensive. (Reviews at lonelyspeck, Admiring Light, Eyes Unclouded)
       
      8mm F3.5 UMC Fish-eye CS II & 8mm T3.8 VDSLR UMC Fish-eye CS II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 75 mm - Length: 77,3 mm - Weight: 440 g - Price (approx.): €380/$200
      Big, heavy DSLR lens that was adapted to the X-Mount, version II. The 8mm F2.8 UMC Fish-eye II looks much more promising. (Reviews at Photo Review, Lenstip)
       
      10mm F2.8 ED AS NCS CS & 10mm T3.1 VDSLR ED AS NCS CS II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,25 / 0,24 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 86 mm - Length: 106 mm - Weight: 625 g - Price (approx.): €400/$360
      Big and heavy converted full frame DSLR lens. (Review at ephotozine)
       
      12mm F2.0 NCS CS & 12mm T2.2 Cine NCS CS product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,2 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 67 mm - Diameter: 73 mm - Length: 59 mm - Weight: 260 g - Price (approx.): €380/$320
      Wonderful manual wide angle lens for the X-System, and a true mirrorless APS-C design. Good for astrophotography, too. (Reviews at lonelyspeck, lenstip, Davin Lavikka (Youtube))
       
      12mm F2.8 ED AS NCS Fish-eye & 12mm T3.1 VDSLR ED AS NCS Fish-eye product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,2 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 7 (rounded) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 77,3 mm - Length: 99 mm - Weight: 565 g - Price (approx.): €550/$--
      Big adapted full frame DSLR lens. When looking for a fisheye,it should be considered to go really wide and have the 8mm, which is smaller, lighter and cheaper. (Review at SLR Lounge, pictures at cameralabs)
       
      12mm f/7.4 RMC Fisheye manufactured by Toda Seiko
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: none (fixed) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 65 mm - Length: 57,4 mm - Weight: 220 g - Price (approx.): €--/$130
      Fixed aperture, fixed focus. The manufacturer Toda Seiko is known for wide-angle and macro adapters for compact cameras and smartphones. (Information at Imaging Resource)
       
      14mm F2.8 ED AS IF UMC & 14mm T3.1 VDSLR ED AS IF UMC II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,28 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 87 mm - Length: 96,1 mm - Weight: 620 g - Price (approx.): €400/$290
      The XF 14mm F2.8 R is smaller, lighter and has autofocus, but it is more expensive than this adapted full frame DSLR lens. (Reviews at lonelyspeck, Alik Griffin)
       
      16mm F2.0 ED AS UMC CS & 16mm T2.2 VDSRL ED AS UMC CS II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,2 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 8 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 77 mm - Diameter: 83 mm - Length: 89,4 mm - Weight: 583 g - Price (approx.): €400/$330
      With the release of the XF 16mm F1.4 R WR this one seems to be less interesting, but it is still a cheaper manual focus lens, though bigger and heavier, due to being an adapted full frame DSLR lens. (Reviews at dxomark, ephotozine)
       
      20mm F1.8 ED AS UMC & 20mm T1.9 ED AS UMC product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,2 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 7 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 77 - Diameter: 83 mm - Length: 114,7 mm - Weight: 565 g - Price (approx.): €500/$500
      A fast manual focus wideangle lens, designed for full frame cameras. (reviews at Gippsland Images and ephotozine)
       
      21mm F1.4 ED AS UMC CS & 21mm T1.5 ED AS UMC CS product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,28 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 58 mm - Diameter: 64,3 mm - Length: 67,9 mm - Weight: 290 g - Price (approx.): €/$500
      Medium wide angle lens, designed for mirrorless APS-C systems. (reviews at ephotozine, Photography Blog)
       
      24mm F1.4 ED AS IF UMC & 24mm T1.5 VDSLR ED AS IF UMC II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,25 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 8 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 77 mm - Diameter: 83 mm - Length: 97,5 mm - Weight: 610 g - Price (approx.): €600/$450
      The XF 23mm F/1.4 R, while not that much more expensive, is even smaller and lighter than this adapted full frame DSLR lens, despite having autofocus. (Reviews at lonely speck, ephotozine)
       
      T-S 24mm F3.5 ED AS UMC product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,2 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 6 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 82 mm - Diameter: 86 mm - Length: 136 mm - Weight: 745 g - Price (approx.): €1000/$0
      The only tilt-shift-lens for the X-Mount. If you need one, you either need to buy this one, or adapt a DSLR lens. (Reviews at Northlight Images, Dustin Abbott)
       
      35mm F1.4 AS UMC & 35mm T1.5 VDSLR AS UMC II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 8 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 77 mm - Diameter: 83 mm - Length: 110 mm - Weight: 716 g - Price (approx.): €380/$410
      Big, heavy full frame DSLR lens that was adapted to the X-Mount, as many other within the Samyang Lineup. The Fuji X-System has more interesting alternatives, the XF 35mm F1.4 R, the XF 35mm F2.0 R WR and the Zeiss Touit 1.8/32, all of them smaller, lighter and offering autofocus. (Reviews at Fstoppers, Steven Oakley)
       
      35mm F1.2 ED AS UMC CS & 35mm T1.3 AS UMC CS product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,38 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 62 - Diameter: 67,5 mm - Length: 74,5 mm - Weight: 433 g - Price (approx.): €420/$450
      A fast manual focus normal lens, designed for mirrorless cameras.
       
      50mm F1.2 AS UMC CS & 50mm T1.3 AS UMC CS product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,5 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 62 mm - Diameter: 67,5 mm - Length: 74,5 mm - Weight: 380 g - Price (approx.): €/$550
      Fast but short portrait lens, designed for mirrorless APS-C systems. As to be expected, not very sharp wide open, and some chromatic abberations. (Review at Photography Blog)
       
      50mm F1.4 AS IF UMC & 50mm T1.5 VDSLR AS UMC product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,45 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 8 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 77 mm - Diameter: 82 mm - Length: 101 mm - Weight: 640 g - Price (approx.): €520/$--
      Optically very good except for distortion. Big plus is sharpness wide open, but large and heavy because it is an adapted full frame DSLR lens. (Review at cinema5D, SLR Lounge)
       
      85mm F1.4 AS IF UMC & 85mm T1.5 VDSLR AS IF UMC II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 1 & 1.1 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 8 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 72 mm - Diameter: 78 mm - Length: 101 mm - Weight: 610 g - Price (approx.): €350/$270
      Seems to be a cheap, fast medium telephoto lens. Not as sharp as the XF 90mm F2.0 R LM WR wide open. Adapted full frame DSLR lens, but this has less impact in size and weight with longer focal lengths. (Reviews at cameralabs, Bob Atkins, pictures at Donald Falls' flickr photo stream)
       
      100mm F2.8 ED UMC Macro & 100mm T3.1 VDSLR ED UMC Macro product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,31 m - Magnification: 1:1 - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 67 mm - Diameter: 72,5 mm - Length: 149,4 mm - Weight: 770 g - Price (approx.): €530/$550
      True 1:1 macro lens for the X-Mount. Pictures shown so far look very promising, but with the XF 80mm 2.8 in the pipeline, it should be considered to wait for that one and have a fast telephoto lens with autofocus. Adapted full frame DSLR lens, but this has less impact in size and weight with longer focal lengths. (Review at ephotozine and pictures at Transcontinenta BV's flickr photo stream)
       
      135mm F2.0 ED UMC & 135mm T2.2 VDSLR ED UMC product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,8 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 (rounded) - Filter Thread: 77 mm - Diameter: 82 mm - Length: 120 mm - Weight: 880 g - Price (approx.): €550/$550
      Huge full frame DSLR lens, adapted to the X-Mount. Excellent image quality. A smaller alternative with autofocus and weather sealing is the XF 90mm F2.0 R LM WR. The XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR, though not smaller or lighter, also adds autofocus, weathersealing, image stabilization and the flexibility of a zoom. (Reviews at Dustin Abbott, PC Mag, Dark Shape, pictures at photography blog)
       
      300mm f/6.3 ED UMC CS Reflex product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,9 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: none (fixed) - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 64,5 mm - Length: 74 mm - Weight: 316 g - Price (approx.): €240/$260
      It's a long telephoto, but it's also a reflex design. And the (fixed) aperture is a bit slow. Pictures don't look sharp and show a lot of CA. It has very special ring-shaped out of focus highlights which are inherent to the design of reflex lenses. (Reviews at The Phoblographer, macfilos (compared with adapted tokina 400mm), pictures at dp review)
       
       
      SLR Magic (3 lenses)
      23mm f/1.7 Hyperprime product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: -- mm - Length: 61,3 mm - Weight: 265 g - Price (approx.): €--/$400
      Small manual focus medium-wide-angle prime lens.
       
      35mm T f/1.4 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,3 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: - Filter Thread: 52 mm - Diameter: -- mm - Length: 70,3 mm - Weight: 390 g - Price (approx.): €--/$350
      Small manual focus normal prime lens. For a bit more money, the Fujinon XF 35mm F2.0 R WR and the Fujinon XF 35mm F1.4 R offer autofocus.
       
      Noktor 50mm f/0.95 HyperPrime product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: - Filter Thread: 62 mm - Diameter: -- mm - Length: -- mm - Weight: 490 g - Price (approx.): €--/$950
      Very fast manual focus short telephoto prime lens, very expensive.
       
       
      Venus Optics (1 lens)
      Laowa 60mm f/2.8 2X Ultra-Macro product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,185 m - Magnification: 2:1 - Aperture Blades: 14 - Filter Thread: 62 mm - Diameter: 70 mm - Length: 95 mm - Weight: 694 g - Price (approx.): €400/$400
      Currently the highest magnifying macro lens for the Fuji X-Mount.
       
       
      Yasuhara (1 lens)
      Madoka 180 (7.3mm f/4) product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: -- - Filter Thread: none - Diameter: 61 mm - Length: 43 mm - Weight: 173 g - Price (approx.): €240/$240
      As the name implies, a 180° fisheye lens, which throws a circular image onto the sensor plane.
       
       
      Zhongyi (3 lenses)
      Mitakon Creator 20mm f/2.0 product page
      Close Focus Distance: -- - Magnification: 4 - 4.5 - Aperture Blades: 3 - Filter Thread: -- - Diameter: 62 mm - Length: 60 mm - Weight: 230 g - Price (approx.): €--/$200
      An inverted wide-angle design creates a pure macro lens with magnifications between 4 and 4.5. Can therefore not focus to infinity.
       
      Mitakon Freewalker 24mm f/1.7 product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,15 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 12 - Filter Thread: 49 mm - Diameter: 61,5 mm - Length: 55 mm - Weight: 246 g - Price (approx.): €--/$350
      Shows chromatic aberations and reduced sharpness in the corners, otherwise a good manual focus medium wide angle lens. Aperture ring without clicks.(Review at ephotozine, Simons Photography Blog)
       
      Mitakon Speedmaster 35mm f/0.95 II product page
      Close Focus Distance: 0,35 m - Magnification: -- - Aperture Blades: 9 - Filter Thread: 55 mm - Diameter: 63 mm - Length: 60 mm - Weight: 460 g - Price (approx.): €600/$600
      Zhongyi promises a 30% increase in resolution and lower CA while reducing weight and size of the lens compared to the predecessor by using one extra-low dispersion, two extra-high refractive and three high refractive elements. (Review at dc.watch.impress.co.jp via translate.google, images at yukosteel's thread)
       
       
       
      Lens Chart
       

      The lenses' maximum aperture plottet over their focal length and the resulting diagonal angle of view. The scale is double logarithmic.
      Please note that the denoted angle of view is only valid for rectilinear lenses, fisheye lenses have a wider angle of view at the same focal length, which is inherent to their design.
       
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      Lens Chart (Cine Lenses)
       

      The lenses' transmittivity plottet over their focal length.
       
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    • That’s a lot of great info. I’m gonna explore those options. I don’t really wanna get an XT4 at this point. (Come on X-H2!) Thanks!
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