Comparison of different Fujinon lenses on the X-T10.
For a comparison to the X100s see Angle of view, for the macro extension tubes see MCEX-11 and MCEX-16, for more comparison pictures of the 100-400mm with the 1.4 converter see Fujinon 100-400mm.
On the pictures: Botanical Garden and University Library, University of Basel.
Comparing the Fujinon 100-400mm without and with the teleconverter XF1.4X, on a tripod.
Pictured: Kraftwerk Birsfelden, built 1953/54 by Hans Hofmann.
Mittlere Brücke in Basel, seen from Johanniterbrücke, very windy weather.
Day 1 and 2 with the Fujinon 10-24mm on the X-T10.
The pictures are cropped, but I didn’t correct any perspective distortion.
Wildt’sches Haus, built 17627/63 by Johann Jakob Fechter for Jeremias Wildt-Socin.
Rosshof, built 1984-87 by Naef, Studer und Studer.
Museum der Kulturen
Very pleased by the amazing quality – which David Hobby had vouched for.
Basically a lens for people who are too lazy to make panorama shots ;P
What I wasn’t expecting at all is how well it handles close ups:
Inspired by Chico Wang’s perfect shot I went to the tower of Hintere Wartenberg today. View over Muttenz and Basel towards France.
Still finding out how best to use the Fujinon 35mm 1.4..