- Fujifilm has unveiled two eagerly anticipated tilt-shift lenses for its GFX System of mirrorless digital cameras: the GF 30mm f/5.6 T/S and the GF 110mm f/5.6 T/S Macro lenses.
- The GF 30mm F5.6 T/S is a wide-angle tilt-shift lens ideal for architecture work, while the GF 110mm F5.6 T/S Macro is more suited for product photography. Both lenses have a built-in sensor to record the amount of tilt and shift rotation that is performed automatically.
- The GF 30mm F5.6 T/S features advanced optics to minimize distortion and chromatic aberration, along with Nano GI and Nano lens coatings to reduce ghosting and flare. It also has a removable screw-in front ring to add a large hood for further flare reduction.
- The GF 110mm F5.6 T/S Macro has a focal length equivalent to 85mm and a maximum magnification of 0.5x at its minimum focus distance. It features 11 elements in 9 groups, including one aspherical element and two ED elements.
- The GF 30mm F5.6 T/S will have a recommended price of $3,999, and the GF 110mm F5.6 T/S Macro will retail for around $3,499.
Fujifilm is shifting gears and tilting our expectations with the introduction of the GF 30mm and 110mm Tilt-Shift lenses for its GFX system. These lenses are perfect for photographers who want to add a creative twist to their architectural and product photography. With built-in sensors and advanced optics, these lenses will give you the freedom to tilt and shift your perspective without any software correction needed. They even have coatings to keep ghosting and flare under control, because why would you want any uninvited light reflections ruining your shot? And with prices ranging from $3,499 to $3,999, these lenses are definitely not tilted towards budget-conscious photographers. But hey, when it comes to capturing those perfect angles, sometimes you have to tilt the scales a bit, right? Time to get your tilt on!