Fujifilm 56mm f/1.2 R - Lens Review

I have been using the Fuji X-T1 for approximately a year now and I must say, I have to eat my words. In the past I write about how mirrorless cameras should have certain features like in-body image stabilization, good flash sync speeds, quick controls or blistering fast autofocus. The Fuji is arguably the worst in all said departments and I was expecting to hate the camera after my initial honeymoon phase with a new toy. Despite all of Fuji’s little nuances, I absolutely love the camera. It’s not because of the retro/hipster design (which I do really like) that I have this continued love affair. It really boils down to a single lens, the Fuji 56mm f/1.2 R (non-APD). Speaking only for myself, the Fuji platform really started to gain momentum with the release of this fantastic portrait lens. For the full review please click the link below