Here is a gallery of photographs taken by Damien Lovegrove using the Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2 prime lens.
Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2 R LM WR Lens
The Fujifilm XF90mm f2 is an odd lens because it has many interesting characteristics. For some reason it lacks the OIS we’d all love it to have. It is pin sharp, it focuses very close and it has similar handling characteristics to the 56mm. Both the 56 and 90mm barrels and filter sizes are the same. The XF90mm lens really comes into its own when shooting portraits in bright outside locations or when working in the studio under flash conditions. Being able to go right in for close ups without needing to add extension tubes is a great asset. It’s also a factor of the short minimum focus distance of just 60cm giving a magnification of 0.2x. This, along with the super fast autofocus, are my main reasons to start loving the XF90mm lens.