Photo of a building’s facade at the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin taken in 2015. This picture was taken with Fuji’s cheapest telephoto zoom lens, the inexpensive XC50-230mm. Despite its price, it is quite a capable lens. Especially, when you avoid using it at its longest focal length and when you don’t shoot it wide open. Actually, I think that it is the perfect lens for somebody who only needs a longer lens occasionally. It is cheap, light, has OIS, and is optically good.
Photographer: Jörg Faber
Fuji X-T10 with XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS
50mm / ƒ/9.0 / 1/550s / ISO 200