Following from the last post, here is second part of the review of the Samyang 135mm f/2, this time on a Fuji X camera.
Everything concerning build quality and user experience mentioned in the first part of the review, still stands, of course. I would again advise on using a battery grip (or even an additional bigger hand grip will do), on your X-camera, in order to ease operation, since this is a long and somewhat heavy lens.
Samyang continues releasing new and interesting lens models; having more or less completed the lineup from the ultra-wide angle to short telephoto categories, their latest releases include a 100mm macro and a 135mm telephoto lens.
Perhaps the most controversial new camera release for quite some time, was that of the new Leica SL Typ 601, just a few days ago. This is the second (after the Leica Q) foray of the Red Dot on FF mirrorless territory, but, in fact, their first system camera of the sort. And the second system of that kind, after the Sony FE.