Fuji EBC Fujinon Macro 55mm f/3.5

The lens has 6 elements in 5 groups, which is a decent amount for a photo lens. The lens coating is called EBC, which stands for Electron Beam Coating, and helps to reduce lens flare and ghosting. The lens is well-built and has a sturdy feel to it. It has a maximum aperture of f/3.5, which is not the widest, but still allows for good low light performance. The lens can produce good bokeh, which is the quality of the out-of-focus areas in an image. The lens is designed for manual focus, which means that you have to adjust the focus ring yourself. This can be a bit challenging for beginners, but it allows for more precise control over the focus. The lens is a good choice for macro photography, which is taking pictures of very small objects. The lens has a resolution that is good enough for most uses, but may not be the sharpest lens available. The manufacturing time of the lens is not known, but it is likely that it was produced in the 1980s or 1990s. There are alternatives to this lens, such as other macro lenses from different manufacturers.

Optical design

Has 5 aperture blades, this number of blades are commonly used. Having rounded blades provides out of focus circle shape closer to a circle. Thanks to the macro capabilities this lens can make tiny things look big. Average brightness in this league

Physical characteristics

With a lens filter diameter of 49 mm commonly filter size, gives you a variety of filter options. Weights 202 grams so consider putting to your camera bag.

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