Fuj XF 60mm f/2.4 macro review

Sample picture with the 60mm f/2.4, wide open

The best lens in the Fuji line-up. The most underrated for sure.

I decided to update this page. It’s now April 2019 and it’s been over 5 months that I owned the 60mm f/2.4 Fuji macro. I’ve been to South Africa with it and South America. I uploaded a few more awesome sample images, most of them taken with the Fuji X-Pro2 and wide open at f/2.4. I cannot say more good things about this lens: it keeps me in love with it for the last five months, which is quite an achievement.

60mm f2.4 at 2.4 on the Xpro2. Shot at almost minimum focusing distance.

Shot at minimum focusing distance.

I wrote a bit about the 60mm f/2.4 Fuji already. It is just a lens that keeps on giving. It’s an awesome all-metal build lens that feels hefty and tight in hand. It’s ultra-sharp wide open, colour rendition is top and micro-contrast is excellent.

Here are some more samples:

A spider on Borneo island.

60mm f/2.4 macro XF at a wedding. Shot wide open

Wide open. Here at Bako National Park.

Wide open. Here at Bako National Park.

More sample wide-open

More sample wide-open

There’s still the slow focus that makes me miss some shot, and that’s the only thing bad I can say about this lens after having owned it long term.