FUJINON'S LARGE FORMAT LENSES

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Fuji made numerous, large format lenses in 19 different focal lengths over the years, from 65mm super-wide-angle to 1200mm super-telephoto -- quite a spread.  You can find a lens for pretty much any situation. If you're a wedding photographer you need to have wide and macro lenses to capture the perfect images. To capture a high quality picture of the couple's tungsten wedding bands you would need a nice macro lens.

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SW 65mm 71.0mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 155 S0 52mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is a slightly slower version of the SWD 65mm f5.6 lens with fewer lens elements, less covering power, less weight, smaller size, and a lower price.
SWD 65mm 72.2mm 5.6-45 8/4 106 172 S0 62mm EBC It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a larger, heavier, faster, and costlier version of the SW 65mm with two extra elements, EBC coating, and more covering power.
SWD 65mm 73.4mm ? 5.6-45 ? 8/6 ? 105 ? 169 ? S0 ? 67mm ? EBC It is marked inside the filter ring. Some Fuji literature indicates that the lens configuration was 8/6, like the later Copal-shuttered version. Who knows if this lens actually existed. This could just be a serious typo in the Fuji literature or perhaps it is a late variant of the original SWD version.  If it does exist it might be impossible to physically distinquish it unless the filter size changed from the earlier version.
SWD 65mm 73.4mm 5.6-45 8/6 105 169 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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SW 75mm 82.5mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 181 S0 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a slightly slower version of the SWD 75mm f5.6 lens with fewer lens elements, less covering power, less weight, smaller size, and a lower price.
SW S 75mm 82.5mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 181 S0 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the SW 75mm.
SWD 75mm 84.6mm 5.6-64 8/4 106 200 S0 67mm EBC It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a larger, heavier, faster, and costlier version of the SW 75mm with two extra elements, EBC coating, and more covering power.
SWD 75mm 85.1mm ? 5.6-64 8/6 ? 105 ? 196 ? S0 67mm ? EBC It is marked inside the filter ring. Some Fuji literature indicates that the lens configuration was 8/6, like the later Copal-shuttered version. Who knows if this lens actually existed. This could just be a serious typo in the Fuji literature or perhaps it is a late variant of the original SWD version.  If it does exist it might be impossible to physically distinquish it from the earlier SWD version.
SWD 75mm 85.1mm 5.6-45 8/6 105 196 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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SW 90mm 99.4mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 216 S0 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
SW S 90mm 99.4mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 216 S0 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the SW 90mm.
SW 90mm 99.4mm 8.0-64 6/6 100 216 S0 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. If this lens exists, it is just a transitional lens to the NSW 90mm f8.0.  It is an improved version of the SW 90mm with full air-spaced design, like the later NSW, but it lacks EBC coating.  It would be difficult to distinquish this version from the earlier SW version.
SW 90mm 99.4mm 8.0-64 6/6 100 216 C0 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is yet another transitional lens to the NSW 90mm f8.0.  It features a Copal shutter, but it lacks EBC coating.
NSW 90mm 99.2mm 8.0-45 6/6 100 216 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is an improved version of the SW 90mm with EBC coating.  The fact that it is simply labeled "SW" leads to some confusion.
SWD 90mm 101.1mm 5.6-64 8/4 106 238 S0 82mm EBC It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a larger, heavier and faster, improved version of the SW 90mm with two extra elements, EBC coating, and more covering power.
SWD 90mm 102.5mm ? 5.6-64 8/6 ? 105 ? 236 ? S0 82mm ? EBC It is marked inside the filter ring. Some Fuji literature indicates that the lens configuration was 8/6, like the later Copal-shuttered version. Who knows if this lens actually existed. This could just be a serious typo in the Fuji literature or perhaps it is a late variant of the original SWD version.  If it does exist it might be impossible to physically distinquish it from the earlier SWD version.
SWD 90mm 102.5mm 5.6-64 8/6 105 236 C0 82mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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SW 105mm 116.9mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 250 S0 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
NSW 105mm 116.2mm 8.0-45 6/6 100 250 C0 77mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is a slightly larger and heavier, improved version of the SW 105mm with full air-spaced design and EBC coating.  The fact that it is simply labeled "SW" leads to some confusion.
NW 105mm 99.8mm 5.6-45 6/6 76 162 C0 46mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. This is a new style of 105mm lens for Fujinon. It is much smaller and lighter than the previous 105mm lenses, but it has a six element air-spaced design and is a full f-stop faster. It's coverage is just enough for 4x5 film, however. Notice the big drop in the filter size!
CM-W 105mm 103.4mm 5.6-45 6/5 78 174 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. It is a slightly improved version of the NW 105mm with a slightly wider angle of coverage.  The filter size has gotten larger again.
 
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SW 120mm  133.5mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 290 S0 77mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
SW S 120mm  133.5mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 290 S0 77mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is probably exactly the same as the SW 120mm.
 
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W 125mm 121.3mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 210 S0 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It has been seen in different shutters but these were probably after-market modifications.
W S 125mm 121.3mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 210 S0 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the W 125mm.
NW 125mm 120.0mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 198 C0 46mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.   It is a slightly larger and heavier, improved version of the W 125mm with full air-spaced design and EBC coating.  The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.  It's hard to know where to list this lens.  I'm listing it first because it retained the 46mm filter thread of the earlier W 125mm lenses, but who knows, it might have actually come after the 52mm version.  
NW 125mm 120.0mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 198 C0 55mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.   It is a slightly larger and heavier, improved version of the W 125mm with full air-spaced design and EBC coating.  The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.  
NW 125mm 120.0mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 198 C0 52mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is the second version of the NW 125mm with a slightly smaller filter thread.  The only other change listed in the Fuji literature is a drop in weight of three ounces -- somehow.  Except for the filter diameter they are probably impossible to tell apart.  The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.
NSW 125mm 138.8mm  8.0-45 6/6 96 280 C0 82mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.   It is an improved version of the SW 120mm with full air-spaced design and EBC coating -- and a slightly longer focal length.  The fact that it is simply labeled "SW" leads to some confusion.
CM-W 125mm 119.9mm 5.6-64 6/5 78 204 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is a slightly improved version of the NW 125mm with a slightly wider angle of coverage.  
 
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W 135mm 131.3mm  5.6-64 6/4 80 228 S0 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
W S 135mm 131.3mm  5.6-64 6/4 80 228 S0 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the W 135mm.
NW 135mm 127.6mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 206 C0 52mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.   It is an improved version of the W and W S 135mm lenses with full air-spaced design and EBC coating.  The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.
CM-W 135mm 132.4mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 214 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.   It is a slightly improved version of the NW 125mm with a slightly wider image circle.  
 
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FUJINAR-W 15cm ? 6.3-64 4/3 ? ? S0 40.5mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  This is Fujinon's first 150mm lens.  It came on a Seikosha #0 shutter which later became Seiko.  It was an inexpensive Tessar design.
W 150mm 143.5mm 6.3-64 4/3 67 198 S0 40.5mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It was an inexpensive Tessar design and quite probably the same as the earlier Fujinar-W.  Why it was designated a member of the W series and not the L series, which are also Tessar designed, is not know.
W S 150mm 143.5mm 6.3-64 4/3 67 198 S0 40.5mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the W 150mm f6.3.
W 150mm 146.0mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 245 S0 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a faster version of the W 150mm 6.3 with two more elements and a larger image circle.
W 150mm 143.5mm 6.3-64 4/3 67 198 S0 40.5mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It was an inexpensive Tessar design.  The Fuji literature suggests that it was EBC coated but this is not the case.  Why it was designated a member of the W series and not the L series, which are also Tessar designed, is not known. This is probably because, in reality, it is the same lens as the original W 150mm f6.3 which had already been designated as a W series lens.
W 150mm 143.5mm 6.3-64 4/3 67 198 C0 40.5mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It was probably just a late variant of the W 150mm f6.3 Seiko version.
NW 150mm 143.0mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 224 C0 55mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  This is the first version of the NW 150mm.  It is an improved version of the W 150mm 5.6 with full air-spaced design and EBC coating. The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.
NW 150mm 143.0mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 224 C0 52mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. It is the second version of the NW 150mm with a slightly smaller filter thread.  There are no other changes listed in the Fiji literature. Except for the filter diameter they are probably impossible to tell apart.  The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.  
T-NAVITAR 150mm ? 5.6-64 4/3 ? 60 ? C0 ? SINGLE Navitar is best known for its lenses for 16mm movie cameras, as well as slide and movie projectors.  This T-Navitar lens may or may not have been made by Fuji but it is listed in Fuji's large format lens list of 1986 so it is included here. It is noted as being an "Inexpensive Tessar Lens" but it is not listed as a Fujinon L such as the Fujinon L 210mm which was also a less expensive Tessar lens. It is hard to find and little is known about it.  All Tessar-type lenses made by Fujinon were single coated.  The main intent was to reduce cost without reducing quality. Consequently the number of elements was reduced which also reduced the image circle.  EBC coating was not added as another cost saving measure.
CM-W 150mm 144.3mm 5.6-64 6/6 73 223 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. 
 
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RECTAR 18cm ? 4.5-64 4/3 ? ? BARREL (56x1mm?) 49mm? ? It is marked inside the filter ring.
FUJINAR 18cm ? 4.5-64 ? 4/3 ? ? BARREL (56x1mm?) 49mm? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It may be the same, optically, as the SC version. It might have a 56mm screw-mount and be an early version of the later Fujinon 180mm in-barrel lens.  It was an inexpensive Tessar design.  It is probably exactly the same as the earlier Rectar 18cm, but that might not have been coated.
FUJINAR-SC 18cm ? 4.5-64 4/3 ? ? ? C3 ? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It was probably an inexpensive Tessar design.  It may be the same, optically, as the Fujinar 180mm in-barrel lens.
W 180mm 175.7mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 305 C1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
W 180mm 175.7mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 305 E1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is the same as the W 180mm, but it came with an electronic Copal shutter that has speeds to 32 seconds.  It was a special order lens so it is very hard to find.
W S 180mm 175.7mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 305 C1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the W 180mm f5.6.
FUJINON  180mm 163.6mm  4.5-64 4/3 59 205 BARREL (56x1mm) 49mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  56mm screw-mount.  It might be a later, unmarked version of the Fujinar 18cm barrel lens.  It was an inexpensive Tessar design, like the Fujinon L series lenses.
SF 180mm 176.3mm 5.6-22 3/3 58 200 C1 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  As a slight wide-angle, it is great for landscapes, group shots and full-length portraits. It came in different Copal shutter styles -- the first did not have evenly spaced f-stops, while the later ones did. 
A 180mm 178.2mm  9.0-90 6/4 70 252 C0 46mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
A 180mm 178.2mm  9.0-90 6/4 70 252 C0 46mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. It is an improved version of the A 180mm with EBC coating.
NW 180mm 179.1mm 5.6-64 6/6 76 280 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. It is an improved version of the W 180mm with full air-spaced design and EBC coating. The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.
CM-W 180mm 170.7mm 5.6-64 6/5 71 260 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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RECTAR 21cm ? 4.5-64 4/3 ? ? BARREL (62x1mm?) 58mm? ? It is marked inside the filter ring.
FUJINAR 21cm ? 4.5-64 ? 4/3 ? ? BARREL (62x1mm?) 58mm? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It may be the same, optically, as the SC version. It might have a 62mm screw-mount and be an early version of the later Fujinon 210mm in-barrel lens. It was an inexpensive Tessar design.  It is probably exactly the same as the earlier Rectar 21cm, but that might not have been coated.
FUJINAR-SC 21cm ? 4.5-64 4/3 ? ? ? C3 ? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It was probably an inexpensive Tessar design.  It may be the same, optically, as the Fujinar 210mm in-barrel lens.
W 210mm 209.6mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 352 C1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
W 210mm 209.6mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 352 E1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is the same as the W 210mm, but it came with an electronic Copal shutter that has speeds to 32 seconds.  It was a special order lens so it is very hard to find.
W S 210mm 209.6mm 5.6-64 6/4 80 352 C1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is probably exactly the same as the W 210mm.
FUJINON 210mm 188.6mm 4.5-64 4/3 59 240 BARREL (62x1mm) 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  62mm screw-mount. It might be a later, unmarked version of the Fujinar 21cm barrel lens. It was an inexpensive Tessar design, like the Fujinon L series lenses.
L 210mm 192.9mm 5.6-64 4/3 59 240 C1 49mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is a less expensive Tessar design.
L 210mm 192.9mm 5.6-64 4/4 59 240 C1 49mm SINGLE This lens is probably just a typo in the Fuji literature. It's probably the 4/3 version.
NW 210mm 204.4mm 5.6-64 6/5 71 300 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.
CM-W 210mm 208.7mm 5.6-64 6/5 72 309 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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A 240mm 237.9mm 9.0-90 6/4 70 336 C0 52mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
A 240mm 237.9mm  9.0-90 6/4 70 336 C0 52mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is an improved version of the A 240mm with EBC coating.
 
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RECTAR 25cm ? 4.5-64 ? 4/3 ? ? BARREL (75x1mm?) 67mm? ? It is marked inside the filter ring.
FUJINAR 25cm ? 4.5-64 ? 4/3 ? ? BARREL (75x1mm?) 67mm? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It might have a 75mm screw-mount and be an early version of the later Fujinon 250mm in-barrel lens. It was an inexpensive Tessar design.  It is probably exactly the same as the earlier Rectar 25cm, but that might not have been coated.
FUJINAR-SC 25cm ? 4.7-64 4/3 ? ? ? C3 ? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It was  probably an inexpensive Tessar design.
W 250mm 246.1mm 6.7-64 6/4 80 398 C1 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
W 250mm 246.1mm 6.7-64 6/4 80 398 E1 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is the same as the W 250mm, but it came with an electronic Copal shutter that has speeds to 32 seconds.  It was a special order lens so it is very hard to find.
W S 250mm 246.1mm 6.7-64 6/4 80 398 S1? 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is probably exactly the same as the W 250mm except that it is in a Seiko shutter (probably a #1).
FUJINON  250mm 223.2mm 4.5-64 4/3 59 286 BARREL (75x1mm) 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  75mm screw-mount.  It might be a later, unmarked version of the Fujinar 25cm barrel lens. It was an inexpensive Tessar design, like the Fujinon L series lenses.
SF 250mm 257.8mm 5.6-22 3/3 58 300 C3 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It came in different Copal shutter styles -- the first did not have evenly spaced f-stops, while the later ones did.
NW 250mm 228.5mm 6.3-64 6/4 64 312 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. The fact that it is simply labeled "W" leads to some confusion.
CM-W 250mm 239.9mm 6.3-90 6/6 65 320 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. It is an improved version of the NW 250mm with two additional elements, full-air spaced design and a larger image circle.
 
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RECTAR 30cm ? 4.5-64 4/3 ? ? BARREL (90x1mm?) 82mm? ? It is marked inside the filter ring.
FUJINAR 30cm ? 4.5-64 ? 4/3 ? ? BARREL (90x1mm?) 82mm? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It might have a 90mm screw-mount and be an early version of the later Fujinon 300mm in-barrel lens. It was an inexpensive Tessar design.  It is probably exactly the same as the earlier Rectar 30cm, but that might not have been coated.
W 300mm 292.9mm 5.6-90 6/4 80 420 C3 77mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. The listed angle of coverage is undoubtedly a typo in the Fuji literature.
W S 300mm 292.9mm 5.6-90 6/4 80 420 C3 77mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is probably exactly the same as the W 300mm.
S 300mm ? 5.6-90 ? ? ? C3 ? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It might be exactly the same as the W 300mm.  It is only marked Fujinon S.  It must have been made after the Fujinar 30cm, and it might have appeared before the W 300mm.  It is possible that other Fujinon S lenses were made.
SW 300mm 325.3mm 8.0-64 6/4 100 720 C3 145mm SINGLE This is probably just a typo in the Fuji literature. The only 300mm SW that we have actually seen is an f9, not an f8 lens.
SW 300mm 325.3mm 9.0-64 6/4 100 720 C3 145mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  It is an enormous lens in terms of size, cost and weight. It weighed in at over seven pounds! It was a special order lens, and reportedly only three were actually made.  Think of it as the F-35 jet fighter of the photographic world.
FUJINON  300mm 268.7mm 4.5-64 4/3 59 343 BARREL (90x1mm) 82mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  90mm screw-mount.  It might be a later, unmarked version of the Fujinar 30cm barrel lens. It was an inexpensive Tessar design, like the Fujinon L series lenses.
L 300mm 280.7mm 5.6-64 4/3 59 343 C3 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a less expensive Tessar design.
L 300mm 280.7mm 5.6-64 4/4 59 343 C3 67mm SINGLE This lens is probably just a typo in the Fuji literature. It's probably the 4/3 version.
W 300mm 291.9mm 5.6-90 6/4 70 420 C3 77mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is a somewhat improved version of the W 300mm with EBC coating.  For some reason, it was not designated as an NW lens like the 250mm NW which shares the same structure.  Go figure!
T 300mm 195.3mm 8.0-64 5/5 39 213 C0 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. This was Fujinon's third and final true telephoto-design lens for large format cameras.
C 300mm 282.3mm 8.5-64 4/4 66 380 C1 52mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
A 300mm 299.4mm  9.0-90 6/4 70 420 C1 55mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
CM-W 300mm 295.5mm 5.6-90 6/5 69 412 C3 77mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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W 360mm 352.7mm 6.3-90 6/4 80 485 C3 86mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. The listed angle of coverage is undoubtedly a typo in the Fuji literature.
W S 360mm 352.7mm 6.3-90 6/4 80 485 C3 86mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is probably exactly the same as the W 360mm.
A 360mm ? 10.0-90 6/4 70 500 C1 58mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.
W 360mm 351.7mm 6.3-90 6/4 68 485 C3 86mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is a somewhat improved version of the W 360mm with EBC coating.  For some reason, it was not designated as an NW lens like the 250mm NW which shares the same structure.  Go figure!
A 360mm 359.1mm 10.0-90 6/4 70 504 C1 58mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is an improved version of the A 360mm with EBC coating.
CM-W 360mm 354.1mm 6.5-128 6/6 68 485 C3 86mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is an improved version of the W 360mm with full air-spaced design.
 
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T 400mm 259.2mm 8.0-64 5/5 33 240 C1 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. This was Fujinon's first true telephoto-design lens for large format cameras.
T 400mm 252.4mm 8.0-64 5/5 31 220 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  It is an improved version of the T 400mm with EBC coating, and looks slightly different from its predecessor.
 
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SF 420mm 413.0mm 5.6-22 3/3 58 500 BARREL (90x1mm) 82mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. This was the longest of Fujinon's Soft Focus lenses.  It was not made for long, but it is superb for portrait work.  You will have to figure out for yourself what the f-stops are when using either of the disks.
L 420mm 397.6mm 8.0-64 4/3 53 480 C3 67mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It is a less expensive Tessar design.  Despite the lower cost, it was not sold for long.
L 420mm 397.6mm 8.0-64 4/4 59 480 C3 67mm SINGLE This lens is probably just a typo in the Fuji literature. It's probably the 4/3 version.
 
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C 450mm 425.3mm 12.5-64 4/4 57 486 C1 49mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. Sure it's 1.5f -stops slower than the CM-W 450mm version but it is a LOT smaller and lighter.  There were two  versions of this lens and who knows which came first.  The difference is to the filter size.
C 450mm 425.3mm 12.5-64 4/4 57 486 C1 52mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.  The only difference appears to be the filter size, like some other Fujinon lenses.
CM-W 450mm 442.9mm 8.0-128 6/6 60 520 C3 86mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel.
 
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A 600mm 603.3mm 11.0-90 6/4 70 840 C3 95mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. This was a special order lens so it is very hard to find and very expensive.  You will need a lot of extension to use this puppy -- if you can find one.
A S 600mm 603.3mm 11.0-90 6/4 70 840 C3 95mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring.  This was a special order lens so it is very hard to find and very expensive.  You will need a lot of extension to use this puppy -- if you can find one. It is probably exactly the same as the A 600mm.
T 600mm 383.9mm ? 12.0-90 5/5 24 ? 260 ? C1 ? 67mm ? SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. This is obviously an earlier version of the 600mm EBC coated T and the specifications are not known since it is not listed in any Fuji literature. This was Fujinon's second true telephoto-design lens for large format cameras.  The specifications are probably the same as the later EBC coated 600mm T, although the appearance is slightly different.  On many cameras you will need some extension -- of some sort -- to use this lens, but the results are incredible.
C 600mm 573.0mm 11.5-64 4/4 55 620 C3 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. It is very small and lightweight  for a 600mm lens -- if your camera has enough bellows extension to use it!
T 600mm 383.9mm 12.0-90 5/5 24 260 C1 67mm EBC It is marked on the lens barrel. On many cameras you will need some extension -- of some sort -- to use this lens, but the results are incredible.
 
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A 1200mm 1202.3mm 24-128 6/4 50 1120 C3 102mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It weighted in at an impressive FIVE pounds and needed FOUR AND A HALF FEET of bellows to focus at infinity!  If you want a 1:1 magnification, you'll need NINE FEET of bellows.  But it was really too long for most photographers, so it was not produced for very long.  This was a special order lens so it is nearly impossible to find -- let alone to afford.  The maximum aperture is f24, not f22, and while the Fuji literature lists the minimum aperture as f90, the f-stops actually run to f128.
A S 1200mm 1202.3mm 24-128 6/4 50 1120 C3 102mm SINGLE It is marked inside the filter ring. It weighted in at an impressive FIVE pounds and needed FOUR AND A HALF FEET of bellows to focus at infinity!  If you want a 1:1 magnification, you'll need NINE FEET of bellows.  But it was really too long for most photographers, so it was not produced for very long.  This was a special order lens so it is nearly impossible to find -- let alone to afford.  The maximum aperture is f24, not f22, and while the Fuji literature lists the minimum aperture as f90, the f-stops actually run to f128.