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Fujifilm Adds 56mm F/1.2 APD To Current Deal, Ending Soon

By Anthony Thurston on March 15th 2015

Fujifilm has added another lens, the 56mm F/1.2 APD, to its already extensive collection of discounts, set to expire in just under two weeks.


The 56mm F/1.2 APD is the specialty version of the incredibly popular 56mm F/1.2, which has a special Apodization Filter. The Apodization Filter gives you a more pleasing bokeh than you can get with the original 56mm F/1.2.

Savings on the 56mm F/1.2 APD are a modest $150, not a reason to run out and buy the lens on a whim, but if you were already planning on it, it’s a nice additional savings. If you would like to take advantage of the deal, you can find it over on B&H here.

If you are interested in what the other Fujifilm deals are, you can find them listed below:

This deal on the 56mm F/1.2 APD and the other deals listed above are set to expire on March 28th. So, if you need some more time to think on it you have a little time, but not much. 13 days and counting…

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Rafael Steffen

    This is like using the amazing Nikon 58mm F1.4 on a cropped sensor camera like the D7100 or now the D7200. Way to go!

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  2. Brandon Dewey

    Why a 56mm?

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    • adam sanford

      Admiral Ackbar: “It’s a crop!”

      Multiply 56mm X 1.5 crop = 84mm = money for portraits. Consider this one an equivalent* lens to fast 85 on a FF rig.

      (* Standard disclaimer: crop DOF is not FF DOF, yadda yadda, etc.)

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