Fujifilm Fujinon XC50-230mm OIS II Lens
Fujifilm, also known as Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, is a Japanese multinational corporation that specializes in imaging and photographic products, as well as various other technologies and services. Fujifilm has a long and storied history dating back to its founding in 1934 as Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. The company’s headquarters are located in Tokyo, Japan.
Before Using This Product
Some lens features are not available with older versions of the camera firmware. Be sure to update the camera firmware to the latest version. Instructions on viewing the camera firmware version and updating the camera firmware are available from the following website:
If you do not have access to a computer, support is available from the local distributor listed in the “FUJIFILM Worldwide Network” material provided with your camera.
- When using a lens hood, do not pick up or hold the camera using only the hood.
- Keep the lens signal contacts clean.
- Use a blower to remove dust and lint from the lens surfaces. To remove smudges and fingerprints, apply a small amount of ethanol or lens cleaner to a soft, clean cotton cloth or lens-cleaning tissue and clean from the cen- ter outwards using a circular motion, taking care not to leave smears or touch the glass with your fingers.
- Never use organic solvents such as paint thinner or benzene to clean the lens.
- Attach the front and rear caps when the lens is not in use.
- If the lens will not be used for an extended period, store it in a cool, dry location to prevent mold and rust. Do not store in direct sunlight or with naphtha or camphor moth balls.
- Keep the lens dry. Rusting of the internal mechanism can cause irreparable damage.
- Leaving the lens in extremely hot locations could cause damage or warping.
Parts of the Lens
- Lens hood
- Mounting marks
- Focus ring
- Zoom ring
- Mounting marks (focal length)
- Lens signal contacts
- Front lens cap
- Rear lens cap
- Front lens cap
- Rear lens cap
- Lens hood
Attaching the Lens
See the camera manual for information on attaching and removing lenses. Note that this product is not compatible with X-mount film cameras.
Removing the Caps
Attaching the Hood
When attached, lens hoods reduce glare and protect the front lens element.
Rotate the zoom ring left to zoom out, reducing magnification and increasing the area visible in the frame. Rotate the ring right to zoom in, increasing magnification so that the subject occupies more of the frame.
Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
Optical image stabilization is available using the IS MODE option in the camera shooting menu.
- Users of the X-Prol and X-E1 should also read the document available online at the following URL:
- Improvements may result in unannounced changes to specifications and appearance.
- Owing to how this lens is constructed, the “Distance indicator” displayed by the camera may in some cases differ from the actual focus distance. Use the “Distance indicator” as a guide only.
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FAQS About Fujifilm Fujinon XC50-230mm OIS II Lens
What purposes do Fujinon lenses serve?
Along with broadcast media, professional photographers, and videography.
What does Fuji lens OIS stand for?
Optically Stabilized Images
What distinguishes XF and XC lenses from one another?
The XF lenses are the line’s flagship products and are virtually definitely the ones that professional and amateur photographers will focus on the most. The system’s XC lenses are the more compact, lightweight, and reasonably priced lenses.
What does R mean in a Fujinon lens?
R denotes an aperture ring.
How does Fujifilm mount its lenses?
Impact of OIS on image quality?
When the camera is steady, turning on the OIS can reduce the quality of your pictures.
Describe the Fujifilm XC lens.
Although they are designed as kit lenses for entry-level consumer cameras, X-Mount lenses.
How crucial is OIS?
Sharper images are produced via OIS, which cancels out slight camera tremors.
What about Fujifilm XC lenses?
For their X-mount APS-C cameras, Fuji offers a line of good optically priced plastic-barreled lenses called XC.
Why do Fujinon lenses cost so much?
A new camera lens requires extensive research and development, as does the tooling needed to produce it.
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