The Fujifilm X-T1 combined with the  XF 23mm 1.4R prime lens is an amazing combination. This is the sharpest Fuji lens we have seen so far,  even beating the very good XF 35mm 1.4. The widest opening of f/1.4 allows lovely background blur. In some cases the maximum shutter speed of the X-T1 (1/4000) is limiting to utilize the maximum aperture in bright light such as winter noon day full sun.  What follows are a few image samples from this stunning X-T1 & XF-23mm combination.  For more images shot with our new Fujifilm X-T1 with the Fuji XF 23mm 1.4R, please visit our special image sample gallery we created for you to see HERE.

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Bokeh Test at f1.4

 

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