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LEAKED: Fujinon XF16-80mm f4 Press Release: 6 Stop OIS and Priced $799


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Fujifilm USA pulled the trigger a bit too early, and published the full press release of the Fujinon XF 16-80mmF4. It’s all copied down below, so do not panic even if they remove it :). The official annoucnement is tomorrow,…

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Finally, the best multi-purpose lens is coming. Hope it gets good reviews in terms of IQ and AF, on part with the 16*55mm f2.8.

I wish it would have had a 67mm filter thread to share with some of my other Fuji lenses. It's just 1 cm shorter than the 18-135mm lens and ~50 gr lighter.

It will be my most used zoom lens as the 16-55mm is excellent but normally I need more focal length and OIS is also welcomed.

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