The feature set and overall performance of the Rokinon 75mm F1.8 AF Compact Telephoto lens for APS-C Fuji X mount cameras are unmatched by any in its class.
Compact Size & Light Weight
The AF 75mm F1.8 X is the smallest (69.3mm/2.7in length) and lightest (257g/26.5oz weight) autofocus telephoto lens designed for Fuji X-mount users. Its compact size and lightweight maximize the portability and usability and it's a great match to compact Fujifilm mirrorless cameras.
Excellent Resolution in All Areas of the Image
The 2 HR (High Refractive) and 3 ED (Extra-Low Dispersion) glass elements of this new AF 75mm F1.8 X provide a stunning contrast and resolution in all areas of the image. Rokinon's advanced coating technology maintains excellent image sharpness and clear image even in poor lighting conditions.
Impressive Background with Refined and Beautiful Bokeh
The F1.8 maximum aperture of this new AF 75mm F1.8 X lens provides an extremely narrow depth of field expression and amazing out-of-focus images. A 9-blade circular aperture design creates a beautifully blurred background at a narrow depth of field. Its smooth bokeh and blurred background can make subjects stand out in images with deep dimensional impact.
Fast and Accurate Auto Focus
The AF 75mm F1.8 X tracks the subject accurately and quickly, whilst the AF operates quietly and smoothly in video recording mode. In particular, it is advantageous for video shooting as this compact and lightweight lens is suitable for use on a gimbal, in combination with the small and light Fujifilm X series cameras.
Custom Switch Mode 1 & 2
The AF 75mm F1.8 X includes a new special feature, the “Preset Aperture Control” function on the "Custom Switch - Mode 2”. You can control the depth of field more smoothly without noise and vibration when you record videos in AF mode. On the "Custom Switch - Mode 1”, it operates with the “Focus Control” function in MF shooting mode, so you can adjust the focus precisely, by rotating the focus ring. More functions will be added through firmware updates in the future and you can check the detailed information on the official website.
Modern Design with Weather Sealing
The AF 75mm F1.8 X has adopted the Rokinon AF 2nd generation design such as a rubberized micro-patterned focus ring, hidden red ring, and matte finish, also weather sealing applied to 5 different spots.
※ AF 75mm F1.8 X Compatibility Notice
Rokinon AF 75mm F1.8 X is optimized for Fujifilm cameras featuring
the X-Trans sensor in order to provide stable AF performance. Rokinon does not guarantee the lens shall operate error-free with cameras not included in the list below.
Please note that the list may change through firmware updates.
Camera Compatibility List
X-H1, X-H2, X-H2S, X-S10, X-T1, X-T2, X-T3, X-T4, X-T5, X-E1, X-E2, X-E2S, X-E3, X-E4,
X-T10, X-T20, X-T30, X-Pro1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3
|Model Name||AF 75mm F1.8 X|
|Aperture Range||F1.8 ~ 22|
|Lens Optical Construction||10 Elements in 9 groups|
|Special Elements||2 High Refractive, 3 ED|
|Minimum Focusing Distance||2.26' (0.69m)|
|Maximum Magnification Ratio||0.13x|
|Number of blades||9|
|Angle of View||APS-C||21.9°|
|Maximum Diameter||Φ2.75" (70mm)|
|AF Motor||Linear STM|
Compact & Lightweight
Overwhelming Image Quality and Expression
What is Preset Aperture Control Function?
On the Preset Aperture Control function, the aperture blade operates smoothly like a "De-clicked lens", which is advantageous for video recording.
Fujifilm cameras are engineered to control the aperture according to the minimum exposure value(F-stop), so when the camera controls the aperture, it blinks momentarily to set the proper exposure.
AF 75mm F1.8 X intentionally disconnects the communication with the camera body and the lens itself on the Preset Aperture Control function, so it is possible to smoothly adjust the exposure without flickering. ISO and shutter speed are adjusted according to the changed exposure by controlling the aperture, so the exposure value can be changed even with the 1/2 F-stop.
What is Recommended Settings for Preset Aperture Control Function?
The Preset Aperture Control function operates only when shooting video(Movie mode) and the focusing mode of the camera is set to AF mode. Please set the aperture at f/1.8 before switching the "Custom Switch" to "Mode 2. It is recommended to set the "Exposure mode" as A mode (Aperture Priority AE) or M mode (Manual Exposure).
* How to use the “Preset Aperture Control” function?
1) Camera Body Setting
AF Mode → Video Mode ('A' or 'M' mode) → Set the Aperture @F1.8
(2) Lens Setting
Switch your "Custom Switch” to “Mode 2 (M2)"
(3) Now, you're ready to use the Preset Aperture Control function with your focus ring