Here it is!! The review you have been waiting for of the Fujifilm 150-600mm f/5.6-8.0 LM OIS WR Len. There has been a lot of testing done for this review and I really hope it helps you on your decision with what lens to go for! I have also tested this lens on both the Fujifilm X-T and X-H2S. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask and see the links below for specific wildlife vlogs using this lens. Puffins on the Isle of May, Scotland: 🤍youtu.be/-yK5MK8shQc Birds of Prey in Kirkcudbright Scotland: 🤍youtu.be/JaLCEMXSDpo Badgers and Red Squirrels in Kirkcudbright Scotland: 🤍youtu.be/PS_9cfASR1c Stay Wild! Victoria :) My Equipment: Fujifilm X-H2S XF 23mm f/1.4 XF 56mm f/1.2 XF 35mm f/1.4 XF 33mm f/1.4 XF 100 - 400mm f/4.5-5.6 Sound: Zoom H1n RØDE SmartLavPlus Lavalier Tripod: Benro Slim Carbon-Fibre Tripod
What a fantastic review Victoria. I just bought this lens with much trepidation, but already feel better from watching your video. I appreciate your tips at the end of the video about keeping the boxes and taking care of your lenses. Thanks for sharing this review.
Nice review but if you consider ISO eq to 800 or 2000 as high (as shown in the pics from the squirrel) this lens is not suitable in wood etc
It looks like this lens has excellent micro-contrast! It will be a tough choice for me to choose either this lens or Tamron's 150-500 for my Fuji XT-5. Thanks for your review!
If you need something more portable I would recommend to test the 70-300 F:4-5.6. Its a huge difference from the 600mm, but with the 40mp sensor you will have some room to crop and still have a great image. And 300mm is still 450mm equivalent to full frame so its not bad at all. And its smaller, more portable and... cheaper ;)
Either my copy is defect or it is optically incompatible with my old X-T1 because the image quality difference between your moon shots and mine are so different its like comparing a phone photo from 2008 with an iphone/samsung flagship pic from today I'm not even exaggerating
Excellent review Victoria. Excellent photos as well!! I appreciated most your effort to have the meta data for each photo!! Made a world of difference in appreciating the lens. Thanks.
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Hi, I agree with you for amazing image quality by Fuji but still images by xh2s are noisy on 26mp and high iso! What’s your solution?
Fuji cameras' subject tracking sucks. I do not recommend the brand to anyone for now.
Nice images. How far were you from the puffins?
I bought the xf70-300 for general use but the more I shoot with the more addicted to long range and shooting birds ,I feel there's a lot more and im looking at this lens and wondering how this beast can behave with an X-T3. I Loved that video and images and became instant fan Thank you !
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I really want to purchase this lens but I have an XT3. Do you think it will be an ok setup to achieve similar results like yours? Your pictures are beautiful.
Among the XT5, XH2, XH2s, which one do you consider better to have more detail in the capture? Soy de España (Entre la XT5, XH2, XH2s, cual consideras mejor para tener mas detalle en la captura) ((No hago video, solo fotografía) (I don't make video, I only photograph)
This is a wonderful review.
You are such a pleasure to watch and the content was so informative.
I’m very much looking forward to watching your other videos now. 😊
I bought a 70-400 mm lens had great images and now I bought the 150 - 600mm and I just cannot put it down the images I am getting are so pin sharp I used to have a series of Nikon cameras but now have chaged to Fuji I resently purchasedthe 70 - 300 and have pre ordered tth 33mm-1.4 looking forward to trying it out happy birding and nature in general yours Rob Lowe /B311NG
Love Your passion with Fuji!. Coming from sony i love my xt5. Thinking about going from sony 200-600 to 150-600 fuji. The 200-600 is abolutely a great lens, itś a difficult descission to make. Ím following Your passion for Fuji in Your videos I must Say ím impressed what You have achieved so far!. Ím on my way to 150-600!
Thanks for this, there are not many people yet using Fujifilm gear in wildlife fotography. So far I am quite happy with my 70-300mm which already is a range up to 450mm in full frame. The reach of the 150-600mm, the compact size and weight and quality of Fujis red badge lenses makes it worthwhile to consider. Enjoy your photography...