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Fujinon XF16-80mm F4 R OIS WR

$799.95

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Description
The XF16-80mmF4 R OIS WR lens gives photographers and filmmakers a small, light-weight, and compact auto-focus lens that covers a broad range of focal lengths that can be used for everything from street photography to high-end portraiture. Weighing just 15. 5 ounces, this lens may be lighter than your average lens, but it is certainly built to withstand the demands of working pros and travel enthusiasts alike. So, whether you’re getting lost on an adventure, or making the perfect portrait, make sure this lens is with you. It may just be the right lens to shake free some more creativity.
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