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The Fuji GF 120mm f/4 R LM OIS WR Macro is a super sharp prime lens designed specifically for Fuji's G mount medium format cameras. The optical quality will resolve for sensors up to 100 megapixels. The intuitive controls include a C (Command) position on the aperture ring, which allows you to adjust the aperture value with the command dial on the camera body, and a focus range selector so that you can set the optimal focus range for macro and mid-telephoto use to reduce autofocusing time. This lens is safe in most weather conditions thanks to 9 seals and tolerance to cold down to -10°C/14°F. On a medium format sensor, the Fuji GF 120mm has an equivalent field of view similar to a 95mm on a 35mm system. It offers a maximum magnification of 1:2, a 1.5' minimum focusing distance, and image stabilization. It is well suited for photographing macro subjects and is also ideal for portraits.
Focal Length: 120mm (35mm Equivalent = 95mm)
Aperture Range: f/4 f/32
Lens Mount: Fuji G Mount
Minimum Focus Distance: 1.48'
Angle of View: 25.7°
Focus: Autofocus/Manual Focus
Filter Size: 72mm
Weight: 2.16 lbs
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