Beijing time On the evening of September 20th, Fuji held an event called “Fuji X Summit”, which mainly released products related to the Fuji APS-C format.

At the meeting, Fuji official announced the development plan of two F1.0 aperture fixed-focus lenses, and also announced the development of the flagship X-Pro3.

According to Reporting of the camera image blog PhotoRumors, Fuji this time announced the XF 50mm F1.0 development information. The XF 50mm F1.0 is actually a solution derived from the previously developed XF 33mm F1.0 R WR lens development plan. Fuji said at the launch event that they have considered the lens volume and weight.After the balance, it was decided to turn the development to XF 50mm F1.0.

▲ XF 50mm F1.0 on the left and XF 33mm F1.0 on the right

The XF 50mm F1.0 has a smaller, lighter weight than the previously disclosed XF 33mm F1.0 R WR. According to Fuji official, the XF 50mm F1.0 will be 33% smaller than the XF 33mm F1.0 R WR and the weight will be as low as 900g. In addition, the XF 50mm F1.0 also cancels the design of the foot ring on the XF 33mm F1.0 R WR. After the volume is reduced, the original function button on the lens is also cancelled, but the aperture ring commonly seen on the Fuji lens is retained.

▲ SIGMA 35mm F1.2 DG DN

As a lens for a non-reverse body, 900g is really heavy. However, before seeing Sigma also released 35mm F1.2 DG DN without anti-lens, the weight of this Sigma large aperture fixed focus also reached 1090g. Although there are no anti-lens, in order to achieve large aperture and high image quality, the volume and weight of the anti-lens is believed to be closely aligned with the SLR lens.

Fuji said at the press conference that the development turned to 50mm F1.2 is actually related to the blur effect, they hope that through this lens, help users to shoot higher quality blur effect.

Of course, Fuji’s development of a 50mm large aperture lens may also be relevant to the market.

▲ Nikon 58mm F0.95 S NOCT

Since last year, Canon, Nikon, and the L-Bay Alliance, which consists of Panasonic, Leica, and Sigma, have unveiled their 50mm large aperture fixed-focus plan when they released their full-frame, no-reflex camera. Canon wants to move the 50mm F1.2 to the EOS R system, and Nikon also wants to introduce a manual focus 58mm F0.95 in the Z series. Lens. At this time, Fuji is corresponding to the XF 56mm F1.2 R APD many years ago.