Before the end of 2013 Fujifilm will add a new perspective to its range of X-Fujinon. This was just announced by the company, updating the roadmap for their optical systems and by the beginning of next year they will already feature a dozen goals of their own and three of Zeiss.
The plan for the optics of the x-mounts posted by Fujifilm with the new XC50-230 mm f4.5-6.7 and the rest of goals, will see the light throughout this year and the beginning of 2014.
This future zoom 50-230 mm f4.5-6.7 OIS becomes the second of the family within the XC line after the 16-50 mm f3.5-5.6 recently introduced with the X-M1. It’s a more affordable and compact range which, among other changes, removes the ring diaphragm that incorporate most XF.
With coverage equivalent to 75-350 mm and equipped with optical stabilizer step, in addition to this objective the company also has pending the launching of the already announced Fujinon 23 mm f1.4 XF and zoom 10-24 mm f 4 OIS this year. In early 2014, on the other hand, the light the bright Fujinon 56 mm f1.2 XF will be released.