Fujifilm's new 50mm is the world's first mirrorless F1.0 lens with autofocus

Built for bokeh.
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Fujifilm 50mm f/1

Fujifilm is showing off its lens expertise with one of their biggest developments in imaging technology with the XF50mmF1.0 R WR. The prime lens is the first of its kind, an F1.0 mirrorless lens with autofocus capability. Ideal for portraits, the lens features 12 elements to capture smooth bokeh and tack-sharp images. The DC motor works in conjunction with Fuji's on-sensor phase detection AF system for enhanced autofocus accuracy and because it can bring in all that light, it can even focus in the darkest of shooting environments. 

$1,499, adorama.com

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