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Are there any autofocus macro lens alternative fuji xf80mm macro?


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I'm looking autofocus macro lens. Fuji xf 80mm macro is the best macro lens but it is very expensive. I use samyang 100mm macro lens but it is manuel. I can't shoot good with manuel.

 

are there any alternatives for autofocus macro lens? Or can i make my manuel samyang 100mm macro lens gained an autofocus function? 

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The only other AF macro lens for Fuji is the 60mm.

Obviously you cannot retrofit autofocus onto a manual lens, but you can learn how to use manual focus. It's especially easy for macro! I suggest starting with Focus Peaking (High) in blue (or red/yellow depending on subject) and using a tripod. A focusing rail will make your life easier but it's not essential at the beginning.

I just bought a superbly sharp manual focus macro lens...it was a Micro-Nikkor 55mm f3.5 (used with an adapter obviously) and it cost a whopping $50 on eBay. The Samyang should also give great results.

The only reason I considered the Fuji 80mm was to get automatic focus stacking in camera, but the older lens has proper helicoid focusing so it's no problem to do that manually either.

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I use samyang lens at work. So i allways shut with flash. My settings; f32, 1/250, iso100. Before shutting, camera monitor looks so dark. İ change the lcd settings and it became bright. But there are very noise in screen, so i can't shure the focus area is true.

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