One of the common complaints people hesitant to switch to mirrorless systems have is that there just isn’t enough glass for this that or the other mount. Micro Four Thirds cameras don’t really suffer from this problem, but proprietary mounts like Sony’s E-Mount (especially full-frame) and Fuji’s X-Mount certainly don’t offer the kind of selection you get from Canon or Nikon.
The good news is, they’re catching up. And a great case in point is the Fuji X-Mount 10-24mm f/4 lens announced today.
The new lens is the 11th addition to the X-Mount family and, with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 15-36mm, it is now the widest lens offered by Fuji for its impressive lineup of X-Mount ILCs. X-Mount lenses now cover focal lengths ranging from 15mm all the way up to 350mm (equivalent).
The lens — which is equipped with image stabilization, a focusing distance of only 9.4 inches and a manual aperture ring — will cost you $1,000 when it hits shelves in March. If you’d like to learn more about the 10-24 (full tech specs and all) head over to Fujifilm’s website and check out the press release for yourself.