Fujifilm XF16-55 F2.8 Zoom Lens Review – This Lens is Sharp

For a long time, the APS-C sensor cameras were treated like younger siblings to full-frame cameras. Quite often for your APS-C camera, you had to buy prime lenses that were originally designed for full-frame sensors. So, if you would like to have a 50mm equivalent lens on your body you had to purchase a 35mm full-frame lens. The problem is, that optically they are designed to be 35mm lenses, so as a result, you would not get a “real” 50mm equivalent. The same applies to the zoom lenses. And I won’t even go into the choice of macro lenses! Continue reading “Fujifilm XF16-55 F2.8 Zoom Lens Review – This Lens is Sharp”