Fuji has officially announced its new medium telephoto lens for the GFX 50S, introducing the Fujinon GF110 f/2 R LM WR, price tag £2599.

Aimed at portrait photography, the new Fuji lens offers a focal length equivalent to 87mm and with a bright, constant aperture of f/2 can deliver portraits that look three dimensional, Fuji says.

The Fujinon GF110mm f/2 incorporates 14 elements in nine groups, which includes four ED lens elements to help keep chromatic aberrations at bay.

Bokeh is enhanced by nine rounded aperture blades, Fuji says, while a linear motor helps keep AF noise to a minimum.

The Fuji GF110mm is weather-sealed in nine areas and is dust- and weather-resistant.

The new Fuji GFX lens’s aperture ring also boasts a command dial (C) mode that allows the lens aperture value to be changed via the command dial on the camera body to suit the photographer’s preference.

A locking mechanism has been added to the A (Auto) and C positions to prevent unintended movements of the aperture dial.

Fuji GF110mm f/2 Specifications


Lens construction
14 elements 9 groups
(includes 4 ED elements)

Focal length (35mm format equivalent)
f=110mm (87mm)

Angle of view

Max. aperture

Min. aperture

Aperture control
Number of blades: 9(rounded diaphragm opening)
Stop size: 1/3EV (22 steps)

Focus range

Max. magnification

External dimensions: Diameter x Length (approx.)
(distance from camera lens mount flange)
Φ94.3mm x 125.5mm

Weight (approx.)
(excluding caps, hoods )

Filter size

Accessories included
Lens cap FLCP-77
Lens rear cap RLCP-002
Lens hood
Lens pouch

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