Fujifilm rolled out new digital cameras months ago called the X100 and the X100S. These cameras are retro looking units that promise high quality photos and more. People using that camera can now get a new conversion lens that will expand the range of shooting options. The new lens is called the TCL-X100.
The lens converts the camera to a focal length of 33mm fixed, which is equivalent to 50mm for a 35mm platform. The lens has a F2.0 aperture setting and retains the original optical characteristics of the camera. The lens uses four premium glass groups.
The glass is also coated with Super EBC coating for improved photo quality. Users will have to upgrade their camera to the latest firmware to enable the option in settings to activate the lens. With the lens attached, the camera has the same autofocus speed and 10cm macro focus distance. Fujifilm offers the lens in silver and black colors at an undisclosed price.
- > NEXT STORY: Sony has sold more than 7 million PlayStation 4 units globally
- < PREVIOUS STORY: The Last of Us Remastered hits PS4 June 20