Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Fujifilm X100 with WCL-X100 Conversion Lens

X100 @ 19mm Effective 28mm - F/2.0 @ 1/6th Handheld ISO 800
I've basically left the WCL on my X100 since I got it last week and I love the flexibility of the 28mm equivalent.  Here are a few snaps from around town over the past week.  The images are at ISO 200-1000 handheld.
X100 @ 19mm Effective 28mm - F/2.0 @ 1/75th Handheld ISO 1000


 Nothing like flash to freeze some unexpected action like a spilling drink!
X100 @ 19mm Effective 28mm - F/2.0 @ 1/15th Handheld ISO 1000

Gotta love the VELVIA Film Simulation mode




Model Name WCL-X100
Magnification Approx. x0.8
Focal length of X100 with WCL-X100 f=19mm (equivalent to 28mm on a 35mm camera)
Lens configuration 4 lenses in 3 groups
Weight Approx. 150 g (5.3 oz.)
Dimensions ø 55 mm (2.2 in.) x L 37 mm (1.5 in.)
Weight Approx. 150 g (5.3 oz.)
Filter diameter ø 49mm
Accessories Lens caps (front and rear), Lens pouch
  • * The X100 camera firmware must be updated to version1.3.0 or later for optimal aberration control.
  • ** Remove the front ring from the camera and attach the conversion lens to the camera.
  • *** Lens hoods and filters designed specifically for the X100 can be attached to the conversion lens without an adapter ring.
  • *4 The WCL-X100 may cast shadows in pictures taken with the built-in flash. Use an optional external flash approved for the X100.


X100 19mm Effective28mm with EFX-20 Flash








X100 - 19mm Effective 28mm ISO 800










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2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for these examples of what this conversion lens can do - it looks great! Hope to purchase one myself down the line - especially after seeing these photographs.

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  2. Anonymous8:32 AM

    Hi. Where were the cemetery shots taken? Looks like a very cool cemetery.

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